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Round the World Bicycle Tour to Spread Happiness

Tweet There is a Spanish man named Alvaro Neil, who is better known to most as The Biciclown. He was born into life as a clown, a life of making people smile and laugh. But years ago, as most of us do, he pursued a “normal job”. He studied law, worked a stable job in a [...]
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It’s a Bike. It’s a Boat… No it’s a Bootfiets!

Tweet A vehicle you may have never seen before; part bicycle, part boat, and all human powered. One ambitious man from the Netherlands is taking this vehicle around the world, circling the equator by land and by sea, all under his own power. Ebrahim Hemmatnia started his journey in the Netherlands on April 20th. He started [...]
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The Who on Tour with Montague Bikes

Tweet It’s no secret that Montague folding bikes are great to travel with. And when your occupation has you traveling constantly, a Montague bike can make a great companion on the road. When that occupation is touring with one of the greatest British rock bands of all time, you’ll find yourself in a new city [...]
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4 Reasons to Travel with a Folding Bike this Summer

Tweet If you’re planning any kind of travel this summer, you should seriously consider bringing a bike along. Regardless of where you’re headed, a bicycle can be a valuable asset, whether you’re in the middle of nowhere or in a thriving city center. If you’re planning to fly, taking a bike with you might be [...]
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3 Reasons to go with a Full Size Folding Bike

Tweet 1. Unlike some small-wheeled folding bikes, you can ride a folding bike with full-size wheels almost anywhere… 2. Full-size folding bikes are still fully portable. 3. You don’t compromise ride quality, speed, comfort or dignity…
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Visiting Marrakech: Folding Bikes in the City

Tweet Mo-Rockin with a Montague Folding Bike With a Montague folding bike, you can ride anywhere there’s a road – or if you’ve got one of our full-size folding mountain bikes, you can ride even if there’s no road at all. You can take yourself wherever you’d like to go, and there are a lot [...]
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On the Road with Montague Folding Bikes

Tweet Montague folding bikes not only ride well, they’re also easy to fold and easy to store. You can fit a folded Montague in even the smallest spaces – a cramped apartment, a car trunk or even… a tour bus? Because of this, Montague folding bikes are really popular, not only with city dwellers and [...]
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Fun Things to do with your Folding Bike

Tweet Here at Montague we tend to focus on how great our folding bikes are for commuting – since they’re so easy to put in the trunk of your car or take on the train, they make bike commuting a viable option, even if you live too far from work to ride your bike the [...]
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Following the Pros with your Folding Bike: Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Tweet The Race: Liège-Bastogne-Liège This Sunday, April 24th, will be the 97th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège. This race is an out-and-back course, 161 miles total: the first leg, from Liège to Bastogne is approximately 65 miles, and the return leg is approximately 96 miles, with most of the long, steep climbs coming in the final 60 [...]
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Following the Pros with Your Folding Bike: Paris-Roubaix

Tweet The Race: Paris-Roubaix This Sunday April 10 will be the 109th edition of another one of the 5 monuments of cycling’s race calendar: Paris-Roubaix. The race, first held in 1896, now starts north of Paris in the town of Compiègne. The race finishes with a ½ mile lap around the velodrome in Roubaix. In [...]
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