Priority Folder: Big Adventures in a Small Package

Compact, Efficient, Durable, Versatile, Modern

In a world where space is premium and speed is a necessity, the Priority Folder emerges as a beacon for intermodal commuters and space-conscious enthusiasts alike. Think about it – a swift, last-mile journey after your train commute or perhaps a leisurely ride in a park before folding your steed and popping it in your trunk. This bicycle is designed for such varied experiences.

Crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum, the Priority Folder isn’t just about compactness but about offering a ride that feels grounded and robust. Its frame, complete with an adjustable hinge, ensures a secure lockup without any wiggle, giving you the confidence of a full-sized bike. The adjustable stem and telescoping seatpost are thoughtful inclusions, accommodating riders from 4'6″ to 6'4″ – an impressive range, if you ask me.

One of the most striking features that caught my attention is its maintenance-free ethos. Outfitted with a Gates Carbon Drive belt, derived from motorsport technology, it promises longevity, cleanliness, and a whisper-quiet experience. This is not your usual chain-driven affair that demands regular greasing and attention. Here, you get a system that's not just resilient, but efficient and smooth. For those skeptical of folding bicycles because of the mess, this is a clear win.

But let’s not forget the gearing. A Shimano Nexus 7-Speed internally geared hub that's protected against the harshest elements ensures that the ride is as smooth as it is versatile. Be it uphill or flat terrains, the Folder ensures you're neither grinding nor spinning out of control. When coupled with the Gates Carbon Drive belt, you're in for an almost zen-like cycling experience.

And for those occasional rainy escapades, or maybe a jaunt through a puddle-strewn street, the Priority Folder’s got you covered – quite literally. Front and rear composite fenders ensure you arrive in style and not splattered. And if you're the sort who likes to carry a little bit of the world with you, the rear rack's got your back.

Now, coming to its pièce de résistance: the fold. This isn’t a puzzle. Open a clasp here, another there, and voilà, you have a compact package measuring a mere 12″ x 30″ x 24″. The magic of magnets ensures it stays folded, waiting patiently for your next adventure.

As for the ride quality, the 20-inch wheels hit the sweet spot. They provide agility without sacrificing stability, ensuring that even in its compact form, you’re not compromising on the ride feel. And let’s face it, in a world of compromises, this is a welcome change.

In essence, the Priority Folder is not just a bicycle. It’s a statement. A testament to how design, utility, and value can come together in one sleek package. For the intermodal commuter, the weekend adventurer, or simply the space-conscious, this isn’t just a purchase, but an investment in freedom and convenience. It's small, but oh boy, it sure is mighty.


  1. Compact & Versatile Design: Ideal for intermodal commuters and those with limited storage space, allowing for easy transport on buses, trains, or boats.
  2. Low Maintenance: The Gates Carbon Drive belt offers longer life and is cleaner compared to traditional chains, eliminating frequent lubrication needs.
  3. Strong & Durable Construction: Made of aircraft-grade aluminum with a movement-free lockup hinge, ensuring a sturdy ride.
  4. Accommodates Various Riders: Adjustable stem and telescoping seatpost cater to a wide range of rider heights (from 4'6″ to 6'4″).
  5. Efficient Gearing: Features a Shimano Nexus 7-Speed internally geared hub that's sealed against the elements, providing versatility in different terrains.
  6. Safety Measures: Comes with front and rear fenders to keep riders dry, and reflective accents for better visibility at night.
  7. Additional Features: The bicycle is equipped with a rear rack for carrying cargo and easy-to-use folding mechanisms.
  8. Balanced Ride Quality: 20-inch wheels ensure a stable ride while retaining compactness when folded.
  9. Value Proposition: Given its features, the Priority Folder offers a good balance of performance and price.


  1. Weight Limit: Maximum combined weight for rider and gear is capped at 230lbs, which might limit some potential users.
  2. Learning Curve: New users might need time to get accustomed to the folding and unfolding process.
  3. Size Limitation: Despite its adjustability, extremely tall or short individuals might find the bike less comfortable than specialized sizes.
  4. Price Point: At $799.00, it might be considered pricey for some, especially first-time folding bike purchasers.
  5. Gear Limitations: With a 7-speed hub, some riders might find it lacking, especially if they're accustomed to bicycles with a wider gear range.
  6. Brake System: Uses v-brakes instead of disc brakes, which some riders might find less efficient, especially in wet conditions.


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