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ORI M9 and Mezzo D9 seem to have the same frame design. Does anyone know the dimension of these bikes when folded?

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I don't have exact dimensions, but if you look at the image for the ORI here (oribikes.com/ori/products/detial.php?M=0&cID=1&Key=3), you can see a picture of it folded. It uses 16 inch rims, so you can probably estimate the size based on that. –  Kibbee Nov 14 '12 at 19:43
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This article states the following.

While the D9 doesn't fold quite as small as a Brompton (690x685x360mm to the Brompton's 550x580x280mm)

So the Mezzo D9 folds down to 690 x 685 x 360 mm. Which equates to 27.17 x 26.97 x 14.17 inches.

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