20" HOPTOWN 320

    Designed for occasional rides on roads with a fully-equipped and easy-to-store bike.

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    SKU: S120068 (2165987)
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    € 232.70
    Characteristics Designed for occasional rides on roads with a fully-equipped and easy-to-store bike.
    Product Benefits
    1. Ease of use
      Ease of use
      Easy to fold the frame and stem in 30 seconds.
    2. Versatility
      6-speed derailleur, grip shifter to change gears, mudguard.
    3. Compact design
      Folded: L/H/W: 78x66x34 cm. Unfolded: L/H/W: 146x108x58.5 cm Weight: 14.35 kg
    4. Lifetime warranty
      Lifetime warranty on the frame, stem (excl. hinge), rigid fork and handlebar.
    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 forget your bike is even there. Once folded, the bike's volume is reduced by 70%. The frame locking mechanism makes the bike easy to handle when it's folded, and easy to store away.
    2. Fork
      Hi-ten steel fork for greater durability.
    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. Metres of development: 2.96 m / 5.90 m.
    4. Brakes
      V-brake, steel callipers and levers guarantee effective and progressive braking.
    5. Handlebar / stem / steering
      Steel low-rise bars with a rise of 60 mm to adjust your position on the bike to suit your body and make the bike easier to handle. Handlebar width: 560 mm. Folding, non-adjustable stem made from aluminium for increased rigidity. 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 (diam: 31.6 mm).
    7. Wheels
      20-inch, single-wall rims. steel hub.
    8. Tyres
      20 x 1.75 gumwall city tyres. We have designed these tyres to provide the best balance of performance and traction.
    9. Crankset
      The fold-up pedals reduce bulk when the bike is folded. Once the pedals are folded up and the stem folded down, the bike can be stored against a wall and takes up very little space (26 cm wide). Cranks: 165 mm. Double chainwheel guard
    10. Accessories / equipment
      Mudguard, front and rear battery-powered lights. This bike is compatible with the TILT transport cover and the B'TWIN pannier rack for folding 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 has a hook for attaching a VIOO Clip, an LED light that can be clipped and unclipped anywhere in an instant. With a red or white light that can be used in continuous or flashing mode, 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. Rider weight / height
      Weight: 14.35 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
    4.1 / 5
    431 reviews
    431 users recommend this product
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    • It is very fun and stylish bike.

      Kim (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      It does have very different feeling from a standard bike because the centre of gravity is different. It only takes me few minute to get use to it. It like. Easy to use. And it look very modern and cute. Many ppl ask and they love the idea of how easy it folds. I'm chuff to bits with everything of this bike has to offer and the price is absolutely great.
    • Fabulous quality, super value - love, love it!

      lorreine (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I try to commute by bike whenever I can, but mostly I need to drive in to work. I miss riding so decided to buy a bike to leave in the office so I could nip out for a quick ride at lunchtime or do to the shops. Firstly, the design, It really is a good looking bike, love the colour too. Let's move on to the ride. It is so comfy and easy to ride, only time it feels odd is if going up a hill and I try to stand, because the handlebar is quite narrow I don't feel as if have the balance to stand. Not a problem, I'm learning to use the gears better. The mechanics of the bike appear super quality. I have a Specialised and a Giant bike too, expensive bikes, and I think this bike packs a punch. Now let's look at the folding mechanism. The catches are easy to unlock, the seat post works a treat too. I do have a bit of problem unhinging the body of the bike, there is a definite knack to it, it's to do with the unhinging and swinging both halves open at the same time. It's getting easier and only takes a little time( ok,so it's not as smooth as a Brompton, but do you know, it's £1000 cheaper! The most I'm going to do is 2 miles a day. The only negative point I have is the rubber gasket that clips both wheels together. Other reviewers had mentioned this and I thought, what are they talking about, it's easy to get the rubber band on, but impossible to get the thing off. After spending 10 mins trying to get my fingers between the wheels and unclipping the rubber gasket, I finally gave up. My colleague couldnt do any better, so I got a knife and cut the thing. It went in the bin! It folds up to a decent size, goes at the side of my desk. If my husband knew about it, I would keep it in the car, but he doesn't, so it's got to stay in the office. I really love this bike, and will definitely take it into London next time I have to go. Oh, I bought the bike rack, so I could put my shopping in. The only thing I want to buy is a little handlebar bag to put my purse in. I am also a fan of punctureless tyres, so will probably get some tougher tyres to make the bike perfect. The bike isn't the lightest around (remember the cost) but I doubt I will be carrying it too much, possibly up a flight of stairs which is do-able. Go, buy the bike, I don't think you will regret it.
    • Good bike

      Darren (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I have had my Hoptown 320/Tilt 120 for a couple of weeks so far so good. Excellent ride and easy to fold up. I have 2 other bikes a boardman pro fs mountain bike and a Planet X carbon pro and I find this bike as fun to ride as my other two. Only 2 gripes with this bike. 1 the seat adjustment system went out with the dark ages I have tightened the nut up 4 times in two weeks and it's currently set to a torque of 4 white knuckles. 2 the stupid little strap that holds the wheels together when folded is pointless as it doesn't stay on the nut. Over all I am pleased with my purchase and would recommend this to anyone that needs to commute to work
    • Great Bike

      Giles (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      A great bike, arrives in its folded state in the box, takes seconds to un-fold and literally was on the road within minutes. Everything worked straight away, gears, lights, mud guards and the stand. Needed a slight adjustment on handle bars to get the right feel for me, but that really was it. Its got a nice solid and sturdy feel (unlike my girlfriends Brompton bike), it is a bit heavier and I'm not sure I would want to commute with this bike everyday, but I bought it for getting around town and for storing under the stairs...absolutely perfect and for a great price. ( My girlfriend now has bike envy)
    • Flawed only by the saddle clamp

      Joel (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Really looked forward to getting my new Hoptown 320 as I had heard good things about Decathlon bikes.
      It arrived on time and well boxed. The bike was fully assembled and arrived in its folded state.
      There was no instructions on what to do with your bike in terms of any further assembly, but on inspection the handlebars were twisted down and the front brake needs realigning. This was slightly disappointing as there should really be a safety checklist.
      Basic tools are provided for any future adjustments or repairs.
      My biggest issue however is the saddle clamp. This is the mechanism that clamps the saddle to the seat post. It is so cheap and nasty that it can't keep a saddle in its position. I have gone and bought a replacement mechanism from cycle republic for £5 which has fixed the issue.
      The front brake setup is also a disappointment as the back brake is perfectly setup, but the front is rubbing on the wheel and I am having to tinker myself to get it aligned properly.
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