Ride in style with this sleek black folding bike. The 18-speed RJ26A can be folded within 10
seconds for easy storage and transportation. Its intuitive frame-folding function allows the
bike’s frame to fold in on itself. The substantially sturdy frame is made with a lightweight but
durable alloy. By detaching the quick-release handlebar from the head tube and removing the
seat post and saddle from the seat tube and fold pedals, this bike can be folded to fit into a cubic space of
38"x14"x29". Commuting to work, exercising in the park, traversing camping grounds and
mountain trails – all this and more can be accomplished with this top-notch Columba folding
This bike can fit into the rear trunk of a compact car, like a Honda Civic 2000 or a Toyota Prius.
We CANNOT guarantee that the bike will fit in all compact cars, since some compact cars may
have a very small trunk space. An interested buyer should determine whether their vehicle’s car
trunk can accommodate a folding bike before purchasing.
26" wheels, folding alloy frame.
Shimano 18 speed shifter and derailleur.
Zoom tracker 327v front suspension
Rear alloy body spring suspension.
alloy front and rear V-brakes.
Shinko 26"x1.75" tires.
alloy rims, alloy crank arms.
quick removable front handle stem.
with alloy silver color cap & PVC black bell.
front/rear alloy hubs.
steel kick stand.
water bottle cage mount holes and bolts.
Recommended for rider's height 5'3" ~ 6'0".
handlebar and saddle height are adjustable.
Default handlebar height is 39.5~40.5 inch from ground.
Default saddle height is 33.5~37.5 inch from ground.
Supporting rider's max weight up to 200 lbs.
Net weight 34 lbs. Shipping weight 44 lbs.
Folded dimensions 38"x14"x29".
*We offer longer seat post to whose height is more than 6’ and less than 6’2”. Please place your bike order with longer seat post 27.2(diameter)x300 mm order together. You will save shipping cost with combined shipping. The default seat post length is 10".
A user can watch videos for detailed instruction of bike installation at Frequently asked questions.