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Azub Origami folding recumbent

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    Posted: 08 August 2019 at 3:44pm
I am looking to sell my Azub Origami folding recumbent which I bought from Laid Back Bikes, Edinburgh. I have covered only limited mileage perhaps under 2k miles in total (spent most of my time on the scorpion trike) and has always been dry stored. It is a lovely ride and of course folds down so will fit in the back of most cars. It comes with the 3x8 gears (rear Alfine hub), transport bag, seat bag, headrest, built-in rack, folding pedals (set of SPD if you want them), instructions etc, lights / pannier bags in my photos not included.
My actual bike is the one in this review
http://mccraw.co.uk/azub-origami-review
I am not desperate to sell it at the moment but I thought I would list it in case someone is looking for one. I am selling it to fund a folding trike next year and so need to reduce my current list of bikes to make space plus at the moment it is gathering dust and seems a waste for it not to be ridden.
It is in excellent condition and to buy new you are looking at well over 2k, I am looking for £1,250 ono & based near Bury, north Manchester
B.t.w. I will post my pictures if someone can give me permission.
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Originally posted by akb akb wrote:


B.t.w. I will post my pictures if someone can give me permission.
 

You should be able to post them now - Any problems let us know.

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Here goes I'll try and post some images, hope I have compressed them enough

Bike takes up little space if you turn the handlebars, here it is in the hall


Rear rack & included underseat bag 



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Hi Akb, I'm interested!
I'd have to come and see first, and try for size / ride as I haven't seen one for real so far. Happy to come to Bury, have some limitations on time off at the moment though, and need to allow for my car's modest top speed too.

Also - Hi Alan!
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Jayjay yes it is well worth seeing as the fold is quite clever & a nice ride. I am about 5'11" the boom adjusts. I have time Friday but after that I am limited to weekends for a couple of weeks as we are going into a busy period, let me know when you have time, cheers Andrew
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Hi Andrew, thanks for getting back, stuff keeps me travelling or tied near home until after the bank holiday, so it'll be 27th onwards before I can arrange a trip. Weekends are better as I haven't much spare leave left! Anything more detailed might be better by private message, not sure as relative newcomers whether we an use that - I'll send a test. John.
Laid back and loving it.
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