Tilt 100 Folding Bike

    € 166.80

    Designed for combining cycling with other means of transport (lift, bus, car, caravan, etc.) and taking up as little space as possible

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    SKU: S120067 (2379500)
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    Product benefits
    1. Easy transport
      Takes just 30 seconds to fold so you can quickly unfold, ride and carry it!
    2. Versatility
      Go for a good compromise between size and efficiency with 20" wheels.
    3. Compact design
      Compact design
      Folded: (L/H/W) 78 x 66 x 41 cm. Unfolded: (L/H/W) 145 x 108 x 58.5 cm.
    4. Lifetime warranty
      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. Frame with a stand for better stability once folded.
    2. Fork
      Hi-ten steel fork for greater durability.
    3. Drivetrain
      This single-speed drivetrain is designed for various riding conditions. Easy to set off and also fast on the flat. 165mm cranks, 44-tooth chainring, 16-tooth freewheel cog. Metres of development: 3.80m travelled for one turn of the crank.
    4. Brakes
      Steel V-brake and callipers guarantee effective and progressive braking.
    5. Handlebar / stem / steering
      Steel low-rise bars with a rise of 60mm 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. 520 mm - max. 740 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. System that holds the wheels together, making it easier to handle and store the bike once folded.
    8. Tyres
      20 x 1.75 gumwall city tyres. We've developed these tyres to give you the best balance between performance and grip.
    9. Crankset
      B'Twin City. Non-folding pedals. Cranks: 165 mm.Double chainguard to stop your chain jumping and protect it from dirt.
    10. Accessories / equipment
      Front and rear battery-powered lights. The front of the bike can be fitted with a built-in LED available from our after-sales service. This bike is compatible with the Tilt transport cover and the B'Twin pannier rack for folding bikes. The Tilt 100 is compatible with the Tilt 120 mudguards available from our after-sales service.
    11. Weight
      Weight 13,3 kg.
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Frame : 100.0% Steel
    2. Product restrictions
      Not suitable for intensive use or for doing tricks.
    3. Product catchline
      A folding bike that goes straight to the essentials: single-speed drivetrain is low maintenance while delivering good performance.Lateral folding system reduces bike storage size by more than 70%.
    Product reviews
    3.7 / 5
    20 reviews
    20 users recommend this product
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    • tilt 100 folding bike

      andrew (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Excellent value for money bike.Well built and designed.Rides well .
    • Not bad for the money.

      Andrew (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Despite having been back to the store with it once already 'cos of problems, I still have a soft spot for it!
    • Upgrade to folding pedals for a tenner

      Other (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Upgrade to folding pedals for a tenner
    • Seat post wont go down or continually swivels

      jake (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      For 129£, I wasnt expecting too much, however I am a little concerned about the safety of the seat as mine continually swivel when in the up position and then I have such difficulty getting it down I often can't. I keep inside when at home but the sadlle post has done its best to rust on the few occasions I have been out in the rain. Annoying feature, is that when the bike is folded it does not stand up like in the video and simply keels over. The rubber strap also rarely stays fastened if your trying to carry the bike which is very clumsy. If I had the money I would have bought a brompton. I would be interested what decathlon had to say about my experience especially as I have had these problems from the day 1
    • Save up and buy something more robust

      Byrone (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      As a few people have mentioned before, the seat bracket on this bike is terrible. Mine worn down to basically smooth metal after about 7 or 8 rides (in a 2 week period), which meant the seat never stays in place and makes it impossible to ride. Took it in to the store and they replaced the bracket no problem. The crank is very clunky and makes a constant clicking sound as the housing is made form a cheap plastic. It's a little on the heavy side but ok considering it's £130. Don't buy this if you're over ~5'10, I'm 6ft 2 and I'm pushing the bike to it's limits.
      Response of the brand
      Thank you for your comments. I have forwarded them on to the product designer at b'twin for the folding bikes.
      Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLON
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