How long does a 14-inch folding bike run? To be honest, I didn't know until I got on it, but I will post the actual log.
Although it is a descent, the maximum speed is about 48.8 km. As for the impression I got on it, there was no problem with the rigidity of the frame, and it was a solid run without shaking the bike.
The altitude is also light, so it is relatively easy to raise, but it takes some getting used to rowing. No matter which log you take, the average moving speed is often around 15km. Since pottering is the main thing, I can't help but settle down in terms of average speed.
Most of the cruising speeds are 18 to 25 km. If the cadence is about 60 in top gear, the speed will be about 18 km / h.
The good thing about DAHON K3 is that you can start rowing lightly and stop it immediately. And a very beautiful car body. I took a picture of DAHON K3 while visiting the wall art in Shibuya. I usually run hard, but this time I think I was able to bring out the full performance of my bicycle. The murals will disappear if they are erased or the building is demolished, so I dare not put a map on them. I've been running 10 kilometers for about 2 hours. Everyone, please find out where it is. Please refer to the photos that have been processed in various ways on Instagram. By the way, my K3 is red. Please note that some of them have been processed into unreleased colors.
From Fukaya City, Saitama Prefecture, the hometown of Eiichi Shibusawa, the main character of the taiga drama Seiten wo Tsuketsu, to Ota City, the center of the Tomo region of Gunma Prefecture, around the Tone River. In terms of "sightseeing," I can't think of much, but when I went there, I found something unexpected, and this is a cycling course that I definitely recommend.
Kagohara Station (20 minutes) → Fukaya Station (5 minutes) → Fukaya Cinema (10 minutes) → Seiten wo Tsukeki Memorial Hall (25 minutes) → Odaka Atsushi Tadashiya (5 minutes) → Eiichi Shibusawa Memorial Hall (30 minutes) → Mantokuji Temple (10 minutes) → Toshogu Shrine (35 minutes) → Kan Inari Shrine (20 minutes) → Daikoin (20 minutes) → Kanayama Castle Ruins (20 minutes) → Ota Station Mileage 41km
Travel time 3 hours 30 minutes (including travel time 2 hours 40 minutes)
Kuki City (Saitama Prefecture) → Furukawa City (Ibaraki Prefecture) → Nogi Town (Tochigi Prefecture) → Tochigi City (Tochigi Prefecture) → Itakura Town (Gunma Prefecture) → Kasu City (Saitama Prefecture) → Furukawa City (Ibaraki Prefecture) It will be cycling where the cities, towns and villages change.
There is a rental cycle at Koga Station and a rental cycle at Watarase Retarding Ground, so you can enjoy it by rental even if you don't have a bicycle. It is a pity that the cycling course of Lake Tananaka was under construction and was partially interrupted.
Kuki Station (20 minutes) → Washinomiya Shrine (50 minutes) → Koga City (15 minutes) → Former Shimono Brick Manufacturing Company Brick Kiln (15 minutes) Lake Tananaka Bird Watching Deck (15 minutes) → Daisanken Border (20 minutes) ) → Furukawa Station
Pottering from Ninomiya Station to Hiratsuka Station in the Saisho area. It is an area that is always congested, and it is an area where you can use the mobility of a bicycle rather than a motorcycle. It often appears in the Hakone Ekiden, so it was a place with a little déjà vu even for the first time.
Ninomiya Station (60 minutes) → Oiso Joyama Park (60 minutes) → Shonandaira (20 minutes) → Hiratsuka Hachimangu (5 minutes) → Hiratsuka Station
A course that goes around Maebashi City, going around Kezoji Park, Akagi South Senbonzakura, which is a famous place for cherry blossoms in Gunma Prefecture. It was a very tiring course with a hill climb. There was a height difference of about 450m.
Isesaki Station (5 minutes) → Kezoji Park (70 minutes) → Akagi South Senbonzakura (50 minutes) → Maebashi Prefectural Office (5 minutes) → Maebashi Park (10 minutes) → Shikishima Park (30 minutes) → Shinmaebashi Station