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Boston

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$699.95

The Boston brings back the basics as the first single speed folding bike with standard 700c wheels. The flip-flop hub allows the rear wheel to operate as either a free-wheel or fixed-gear setup with both cogs included.

The Boston is quick and lightweight for the rider who wants simplicity and excellent performance. The patented folding system converts this bike from full-size to trunk-size in less than 20 seconds.

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Product Description

Frame Sizes

• Medium – 19″: For riders 5’3″ – 5’10”.
Standover height is 28″
• Large – 21″: For riders 5’11” – 6’4″.
Standover height is 29″

The Essentials

• Speeds: 1 is all you need
• Wheel Size: 700c
• Folded Size: 36″x28″x12″
• Approx Weight: 24lbs

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Great For

• City riding
• Lightweight maneuverability
• Minimal maintenance
• Simplicity

Single Speed or Fixed

Single Speed or Fixed

The BOSTON features a 42x16t single-speed
drivetrain that centers around a flip-flop hub.
It allows for freewheel and fixed gear riding.

Montague Boston Single Speed Freewheel

Single Speed or Fixed

The BOSTON features a 42x16t single-speed drivetrain that centers around a flip-flop hub. It allows for freewheel and fixed gear riding.
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Why a Folding Bike?

Folding bikes fit your lifestyle. Having the ability to fold your bike into a compact package in seconds allows you to store it easily in the home or office, and travel anywhere with your bike. It can fit in the car trunk, on the bus or train, and is perfect for your next trip.
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Why Montague?

We set out to create the highest performance folding bikes in the word. All Montague bikes use full-size wheels, standard components, and a folding design that doesn’t break any of the frame’s tubing. Our focus has always been on perfecting ride quality, handling, and comfort.

Lightweight

Lightweight

The simplicity of the Boston makes it
the lightest bike in Montague’s line.
Easier for storage, faster for riding.

Montague Boston Handlebars

Lightweight

The simplicity of the Boston makes it the lightest bike in Montague’s line. Easier for storage, faster for riding.

“Once I started riding the bike, I quickly understood that the Boston had more going for it than just storage economics. It’s fun, too. On bike paths, around town, and up and down hills, it proved to be a snappy and responsive ride. It’s a bike I’d ride, even if I wasn’t short on space.

Breaking down the bike takes no more than 30 seconds, and in its compact state, it’s easy to carry or stow in the back of a car (in addition to closet).”

Bicycling Magazine

“Usually when you’re talking about a folding bike there’s plenty to talk about on the subject of how the fold affects the ride, but not here. I wouldn’t advocate riding blindfolded but were you to try it you’d be hard pressed to tell this was a folder, there’s nothing to give it away.

If you struggle to find space for a full-size bike and you don’t want to sacrifice ride quality, the Boston is a good quality bike with a full-sized feel and a reduced footprint.”

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Low Maintenance

Low Maintenance

Single speeds have been the choice of
working bike messengers for years due
to their durability and low maintenance.

Montague Boston Crankset

Low Maintenance

Single speeds have been the choice of working bike messengers for years due to their durability and low maintenance.

Specifications

ColorMatte Black
FrameCustom drawn 7005 Series aluminum. Horizontal dropouts and DirectConnect folding system
ForkRigid unicrown with CLIX™ Wheel Release System ramped dropout
Rims700c Alloy deep section, 32 hole, Black
TiresKenda semi-slick 700c x 28mm
HubsetFormula. Alloy, with CLIX™ front quick release. “Flip flop” Rear.
Spokes14 Gauge Stainless
SaddleSport Gel design
Seatpost30.0 X 300mm Alloy with Montague logo
HandlebarsRiser style 20mm rise. 580mm wide. Alloy.
StemKalloy, Alloy Direct Connect, 7 Degree Rise.
ShiftersNA
Front DerailleurNA
Rear DerailleurNA
CranksetSR Suntour, Alloy 42T chainwheel with Integrated chain guard, 170mm crank arm
SpeedsSingle Speed
BrakesetDual Pivot Caliper brake with locking quick release
PedalsPlatform trekking pedal, Steel cage
Bottom BracketSealed Cartridge
Frame Sizes19”, 21”
Folded Size36” x 28” x 12”
Approx Weight25lbs
MSRP$699.95
Specifications and prices subject to change without notice. Bike specifications and prices for your country may differ. We do our best to ensure that the listed specifications accurately reflect the parts found on our folding bikes. Even so, we may have to change the component specifications from time to time. We do our best to make sure that all component substitutions are of equal performance and cosmetics as those listed . Also our international distributors often ask us to modify components to better suit their local markets. Please contact your local distributor for information about bikes in your area.

3 reviews for Boston

  1. 5 out of 5

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    So far it’s great. Like the single speed flip to fixed gear rear wheel. Very light bike! It is simple and looks great. The flat black color looks rad. I don’t fold it unless I’m cleaning up and don’t want it in my living room.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I’ve had the Boston for about a year now, and I love it. It folds and fits in my closet, which works well for me here in NYC. You can’t leave a bike locked on the street – it will get stolen, or (like my last bike) vandalized. They took my seat and wheels! So the Boston sits safely in my closet. Gotta love that!

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I’ve owned several folding bikes. I don’t even want to say how many. Having a bike compatible with all cars and any other mode of travel changed me. Suddenly I had a bike with me everywhere I went, and you can’t argue with that. So I continued.
    The buzz about these bikes is the ride. Everyone knows a Montague rides extremely well. I need to rave about how well they fold, particularly Montague road bikes.

    The Boston is the fastest folding bike I’ve ever had. On the specs they say 20 seconds, but they are being modest. I would put it at under 5. No Dahon can do that. Maybe under 7 seconds to unfold. I hear people wondering if the front wheel coming off in order to fold is a hassle, compared to Dahons where the front wheel stays on. That’s actually a good thing. Carrying full size bike with two 700c wheels under one arm is much more bulky than it might seem. Contrast that to being slightly more counter balanced with the front wheel under the opposite arm. It’s a cinch. You may want the front wheel to come off anyways, so you can place it somewhere else in a vehicle to save space. The alternative involves monkeying around with the handlebars on a bike like a Dahon — every time you fold the bike — to either remove or pivot them, and a loss of modularity of the front wheel.

    I never get crap about having a silly little bike with one of these. They are met with some curiosity which quickly transforms into respect, even in a hipster crowd. This is a very unique, exotic looking bike, that gets attention. I’ve ridden it hard, and it continues to amaze me. With such an great warranty, I’ll keep it forever, and never need a better bike.

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