From the shores of the Philippines to the shores in the United States, folding bikes are an everyday part of the American experience.
And they are great for families with children.
We rounded up our favorite folding bikes to find out what’s really on offer and what you need to know about them.
First up: folding bikes at the beach.
A folding bike is a folding vehicle that has a wheelbase of at least 30 inches and can be used for daily trips or long-distance trips with other people.
The most popular folding bikes available in the U.S. are the ones made by Bikesmart.com, which sells some 30 models.
We like the Zodiac folding bike because it has a larger wheelbase than most, while also being lighter.
Bikes.com also offers a couple of other folding bikes that can be bought with wheels.
The Bontrager Triton is one of the most popular.
Its 36-inch wheelbase makes it ideal for kids, and its compact design also makes it a great bike for long trips.
Bontroin Tritons also come in sizes like 36, 35, 32 and 28 inches, which are all great for the average rider.
Bicycles.com has a full line of folding bikes for all ages, from kids’ to adults’ to kids’ bikes.
The Ricti folding bike offers kids and older riders the chance to play with the latest tech and play with other kids as well.
Biking.com’s other folding bike line is the P-Series.
This one has a 42-inch, three-wheeler that is about 2.5 pounds lighter than its larger siblings.
P-series folding bikes have some of the lightest wheels on the market and have a comfortable seating area for kids up to five years old.
Bags of folding bike parts are available for $40.
Buses, too, can get a good selection of folding bicycles.
Check out the list of Bicycling.com stores in your area, and be sure to check out their online store as well, which also sells many folding bikes.
We also recommend checking out the Bike Deals section of the U-Haul site, where you can get discounts on bikes and other equipment.
For some of your favorite folding bike options, check out our guide to the best folding bikes in the world.