It seems everyone is into biking these days, and it’s no surprise—bicycles provide us with an energy-efficient and relatively cost-free means to move about the city and beyond. Some enjoy challenging themselves to kilometers-long rides through the Metro and just outside of it, others prefer leisurely rides from one place to another, and a few folks use bikes just as a practical means of mobility.
If you want to get in on the biking craze, too, we’ve spotted a place where you can purchase your very own two-wheelers without breaking the bank: Local bike shop DeviBikes in Cavite is where you can buy folding bikes at affordable prices.
Folding bikes are pretty much the same as regular bicycles in that they make use of two wheels chained to foot pedals, providing riders with a fun way to move around the city. Unlike traditional bicycles, however, folding bikes are designed—as their name suggests—to be folded into a compact form that can easily be stowed away or carried into establishments. They’re perfect for those who use their bikes for going to work or who tend to move from place to place and would rather not lug a bulky bicycle around all day long. Plus, they’re ideal for folks who don’t have a lot of storage space at home.
DeviBikes has a wide range of folding bicycles in a variety of sizes, colors, and designs. Prices range from P2,700 to P7,500, depending on the current stockpile, so you’ll have no problem finding a model that fits your budget. All you have to do is drop by the store in Imus, Cavite, and choose a bike that catches your eye and fits your current needs. But just in case you’d rather not head out of the metro to pick up your new folding bicycle, you can also order online and get your new bike delivered. DeviBikes showcases all available models on its Facebook page, providing information on each bike including its size as well as its features (like baskets, carriers, and the like).
Check out some of the folding bikes you can shop from DeviBikes:
DeviBikes is at Dexterville Legacy Subdivision, Malagasang 1-A, Imus, Cavite. To order online, send a message to its Facebook page.
NOTE: This article first appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made.
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