The 3-speed Strida

that’s a good gear range for climbing and speed and using the original gear ring with 18" wheels the gear inches would be: 47", 60" and 75"
not bad at all.

Booo! too bad they will not sell it even as a whole part with the BB attached to the bottom tube. Oh well I will keep the single speed and look for another bike if I need gears one day.

I know most of the strida users on this forum like to tinker with more complicated things anyways.

Hello Guest, many thanks for the pics! :smiley:

From the Strida news page:

http://www.strida.com/en/news/

Strida EVO at Bike Europe:

http://www.bike-eu.com/products/strida-gear-box-inside-bottom-bracket-5760.html

New pics of the EVO, found at:

Taiwan Strida forum
http://strida.kuso.com.tw

http://strida.kuso.com.tw/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=5307&forum=3&post_id=56171#forumpost56171

Picture links from facebook:
http://zh-tw.facebook.com/bigwheelbike#!/bigwheelbike

:mrgreen:

Thanks!

Strange how they’ve reinforced the tube and stem weld… I wonder why?

With that widened weld, won’t it be uncomfortable to grip the stem while folded? I find it easiest to grip at the wider part of the stem to avoid grabbing the brake cables or the handlebar locking lever.

I don’t get it.

Triangle Man

The reinforcements are a prostration for the EN test procedure!

[url]MAS two speed reviewed]

[url]Strida SX, 2010 model versus a 2011]

First pricing information found at Strida Club Thailand:

http://www.thaimtb.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=418400&p=6816104#p6816104

Thank you letitbe1503!

Hmmm at that price it’s around 1180 USD.

I see that as the end of the two speed strida model which they have been selling at 1300+!!

anyone would rather pay for the 3 speed over the two speed when it costs less and probably around the same weight also. It won’t replace the 1 speed because of the price difference and for the weight conscious people that love the simplicity of a single speed.

Please not that’s the Taiwan price, I think it cannot be calculated that way.
I mean more important is the info “two LT”.
The usual European price for the LT is around 600 Euros, which means the 3speed might cost around 1200 Euros = 1580 US$!

Wow Strida’s are not cheap there! = $780 CDN!?!

A brand new LT in Canada is $670 CDN or around the same USD.

So at most around $1300-1400 price is still the same as a duo. There must be alot of tariffs to make the strida that expensive in europe!

Also another weird thing I noticed, the distributor in Ontario Canada and the us Areaware seems to be sold out of stridas, all models!? Yet in my entire life riding my strida I have only seen 1 owner on the road?!!

Yes Edd, you’re right, the European prices are heavy!

Some more examples:

Strida Netherlands http://vanmoof.com/shop/catalog/index.php?cPath=112_113

MAS 898,- € = 1187 US$
SX 678,- € = 896 US$

Strida France http://www.strida.tv/:

LT 639,- € = 844 US$
Duo SX 1263,- € = 1669 US$ :open_mouth:
(Kickstand, travel bag and mudguards included)
Duo 999,- € = 1320 US$

Strida Suisse http://www.strida.ch/

LT 749,- CHF = 624 € = 824 US$
SD 1249,- CHF = 1040 € = 1375 US$

Indeed weird, but USA is a very big country…

I’m looking for Stridas over three years in Vienna and I am every day on road here for working;
never a Strida was seen!

More than 23000 color votes!

Here is another source for pricing:
bikebiz.com/news/read/strida … tor/013058

According to this article, LT: 499 €, Evo: 899 €.

I guess you meant LT: £499 , Evo: £899 :wink:

In Belgium, the dealer where I bought my LT has following prices:
LT: 578 €, SX: 678 €, MAS: 799 € (http://www.fietskopen.be/nl/Vouwfietsen.asp?HoofdGroepId=14&Rubriek=Fietsen&HoofdGroep=Vouwfietsen)

I am curious to see their future price for the EVO…

Definately going to buy this when it’s available.
Question is how much I will ask for my 1 year old Strida SX.

Russian company offers EVO test rides!

http://skatprokat.ru/news/

skatprokat.ru/news/ Google automatic translation English

Thanks one_half_3544!

Today 30000 color votes! :open_mouth:

Ming has to sell alloy chainwheels without the crank arms.

Strida Evo is on Strida-homepage (products).

Here’s a link to the EVO on Strida’s product page. I’m really surprised that they’re going to ship it with 18" wheels.