20" HOPTOWN 320

    Designed for occasional rides on roads on a fully-equipped bike that is easy to put away.

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    SKU: S120068 (2009519)
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    € 239.84
    Characteristics Designed for occasional rides on roads on a fully-equipped bike that is easy to put away.
    Product Benefits
    1. Compact design
      Folded dim.: L.78 cm, H.66 cm, W.34 cm. Unfolded: L 146 cm, H 108 cm, W 58.5 cm
    2. Versatility
      6-speed derailleur, grip shifter for changing gears.
    3. Lifetime warranty
      Lifetime warranty on the frame (except for the hinge) and rigid fork.
    Product feature
    1. Frame
      Hi-Ten steel frame. The easy lateral-fold system means the bike takes up little space at home, at the office, in the boot of a car or in a camper—you'll have no problem putting or taking your bike anywhere. Once folded, the bike's volume is reduced by 70%.The frame locking mechanism makes the bike easy to carry when it's folded, and easy to store away.
    2. Fork
      Straight fork made out of Hi-Ten steel for added strength.
    3. Drivetrain
      The Hoptown 320 is equipped with a Sunrace 6-speed derailleur allowing it to handle most gradients. Changing gears is very easy using the grip shifter.165 mm cranks. 52-tooth chainwheel, 6-speed Shimano TZ20 14/28 freewheel. Meters of development: 2.96 m / 5.90 m.
    4. Brakes
      Steel V-brakes and callipers ensure effective and progressive braking.
    5. Handlebar / stem / steering
      Semi-raised handlebar provides good steering posture and improved bike handling. Handlebar width: 560 mm. The handlebar has a 60 mm rise allowing its position to be adjusted forwards or backwards. Fixed aluminium stem is stiffer than a height-adjustable stem. Ergonomic grips. Distance from saddle to handlebar: 540 mm. Bottom bracket to saddle distance: min. 480 mm - max. 700 mm.
    6. Saddle / seat post
      Comfortable, seamless foam saddle, and steel seat post (31.6 mm diameter).
    7. Wheels
      20-inch, single-wall rims.
    8. Tyres
      20 x 1.75 town tyres. We have designed these tyres to provide the best balance of performance and traction.
    9. Crankset
      Fold-up pedals reduce bulk when bike is folded. Once pedals are folded up and the stem folded down, the bike can be stored against a wall and take up very little space (26 cm width). Cranks: 165 mm.
    10. Accessories / equipment
      Mudguard with stays, double chainwheel guard, battery-powered front and rear lights. This bike is compatible with the Tilt transport cover and the B'Twin pannier rack for foldable bikes. The front of the bike can be equipped with an additional VIOO Clip light as well as the LED light from the Tilt folding bike (which can be ordered from our after-sales service).
    11. Visibility
      This product is VIOO Clip ready. VIOO Clip is a LED light that can be clipped and unclipped anywhere in an instant. A red or white light that can be used in continuous or flashing mode. With the VIOO Clip light, you are clearly visible from up to 120 m away. Battery life is 9 hours in flashing mode, 4½ hours in continuous mode. Easy to recharge via a USB cable (sold with the VIOO Clip).
    12. Weight / Rider height
      Weight:14.3 kg Recommended for users of the following height: 1.45 m / 1.78 m
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Frame : 100.0% Steel
    2. Product catchline
      With a 6-speed derailleur and mudguards with stays, the Hoptown 320 can handle any gradient and any weather. Lateral folding system reduces bike storage size by over 70%.
    Product reviews
    4.2 / 5
    11 reviews
    11 users recommend this product
    Write a review
    • Great commuter bike

      Rebecca (United Kingdom)
      Used for
      I bought this bike to commute to and from work. I'm not disappointed. It's a comfy ride and goes like stink!!! Did a 25 mile ride recently and was enjoyable and comfortable. Nice upright position.
    • excellent quality and value

      ben (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Just done my first day to and from work. 15 mins each way. Bike is pretty solid. The main folding bracket feels bomb proof but easy to get up and down. I am 6ft and 90+kg and the fit was fine and it felt sturdy enough. The gear range was fine for me to climb a couple of hundred yd hill where i would drop to the small ring and an easy gear on my previously stolen road bike. once you're moving in top gear you can nip along at 18-20mph. I then popped into the office and collapsed down fits under the coat rack with no probs. Compared to some of it's more famous competitor brands it is an absolute bargain. I suspect some of the parts may be steel and corrode which ultimately may be the only down side but so far considering it is early days it seems more than fit for purpose and for the hundreds of pounds you save on a brompton /dahon you could upgrade easily enough.
      solid build, easy to collapse, good gear range
      nothing immediate. ?long term
    • Easy-to-use folding bike

      ceri (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      It's not a Brompton but then it's a fraction of the price. I use mine every day to cycle either end of my commute. It's easy and quick to fold up to go on the train. I like the small piece of rubber which holds the two sides together when you fold it. It comes with lights which is a nice touch. The only extra I'd look for is a stand to stop it falling over when I just want to get off for a couple of minutes such as to go to a shop. I'd recommend going over it and tightening up anything that needs it. The saddle on my bike was quite loose when I got it and definitely benefitted from tightening. Weight-wise, it's not bad. I've carried heavier shopping bags.
      Easy and quick to fold. Not too heavy.
      Some bits needed tightening when it arrived.
    • Good for the money

      Dan (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      Decent bike for the money (Under £200) Rides well.

      Two small issues. Make sure when you buy it they have given enough front break cable. Mine was too short and then always pulled on the frame when the bars were turned right. This made the bike break and strained the cable. This is probably more to do with the assembly but double check before you ride off.

      On the whole the this is a good bike. Doesn't fold anywhere near as small as a Brompton but at a quarter of the price cant really complain .
      Price. Frame
      Front breaks. Tyres wear way too quickly
    • Great bike

      Gemma (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      Been on two rides with this now and love it. My only issueshows are 1. There looks like there should be a light at the front but isn't and no one could tell me where to get one 2. When I fold the bike I want it to stay folded and secure- there's a hook and a kind of rubber thing that according to instructions are supposed to hook over keeping the two halves together however I've tried everything to get it hooked on and it's nowhere near the hook. Don't know if it's just how my bike is as I got it from display (scratched yet no discount :( ) so unsure whether it comes ready assembled or it its been put together incorrectly.
      Response of the brand
      I'm glad you're enjoying your bike. the light you require for the front is the following: http://www.decathlon.co.uk/vioo-clip-300-usb-front-rear-bike-light-white-id_8324337.html
      Regarding the clip, please call your local store and see if they can help you reslove this matter: http://www.decathlon.co.uk/decathlon-stores.html
      Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLON
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