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Everything has good points and bad points. Car racks have an moderate expense, initial setup time, and then are very easy to use with virtually whatever bike you purchase (small time investment when needed). Folding bikes require the purchase of a moderately expensive bike, no initial time investment, but then a time investment EVERYTIME you want to ...


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Yes they have travel bicycles that can be broken down They typically use S&S couplers But compared to the time to break and assemble a rack is less tedious. You also have folding bicycles But the don't perform as well a regular bicycle A break down bicycle is going to have better performance but takes longer for break down and assemble Break ...


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You could look online (YouTube) and watch a tutorial on how to disassemble the bike. I'm not sure disassembling the ENTIRE bike would be necessary, though. I would try taking off both of the wheels and then leaning all three pieces against a seat, or if you fold a seat down, the seat and the wall of the car. I would try this first. Although still a little ...


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No, Trek will not sell you just the frame if they don't offer it in their product lineup. And a bike shop wouldn't either, given that they have to buy the whole bike anyway. It's just a massive headache to allow things like that for manufacturers. And many manufacturers generally aren't all too keen on letting people sell their bikes online (accessories are ...



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