Dahon Mu N360 Now Available at Dahon Dealers Throughout North America

Dahon Mu N360 Now Available at Dahon Dealers Throughout North America

Dahon Bicycles and Fallbrook Technologies Inc. announce the availability of the 2012 Dahon Mu N360, featuring Fallbrook’s NuVinci N360 transmission, throughout North America.

dahon-mu-n360-folding-bicycle-features-smallDuarte, California, March 09, 2012 – Dahon, the world leader in folding bicycles, is pleased to announce the availability of the new Mu N360 in North America as part of a partnership with Fallbrook Technologies Inc, developers of the NuVinci N360 continuously variable planetary (CVP) transmission for bicycles.

“The Mu N360, equipped with the NuVinci N360 drivetrain, delivers the perfect combination of easy, intuitive, and ultra-smooth shifting, along with numerous features that make this model is one of the most comfortable Dahon folding bikes in our range,” says Dr. David Hon, CEO of Dahon. “The Mu N360 has everything a rider needs for effortless cruising around town or urban commuting to and from the office, including Dahon’s patented folding technology that allows the bike to fold in less than 15 seconds.”

With the NuVinci N360 CVT drivetrain hub, the gears on the Mu N360 are as easy to adjust as the volume on a radio. The fully-enclosed gear system is weatherproof, intuitive, and offers a full 360 degree range of gear capabilities between the highest and lowest ratios. Weighing only 28.8 lbs. (13.1 kg), the 20” model is significantly lighter than that of its predecessors and folds to 11.7”x 30.8” x 25.7” (30 x 79 x 66 cm).

Alan Nordin, President of Fallbrook Technologies’ Bicycle Division says, “We are proud to be a part of the quality line of products produced by Dahon, a worldwide leader in folding bicycles. Our focus is to work very hard to support and promote our partners in their continued success with models featuring the NuVinci technology.”

Additional features of the Mu N360 include the Dahon DoubleStand, which allows easy folding without lifting the bike and the Dahon FreeDrive Joule Dynamo Hub, a self-generated light powered by pedaling. For more information on the 2012 Dahon Mu N360 featuring the NuVinci N360 drivetrain, please visit www.dahon.com.