New World Tourist

New World Tourist

Starting At $1,300

BUILD THIS BIKE

You are a bicycle adventurist! Your bike is comfortable enough for long days in the saddle and flexible enough to fold up and fly as checked baggage. Custom fit to your body, your bike is easily loaded with panniers, bags or a trailer hitched behind.

Details:

  • Folds to fit into a space 32 x 24 x 12”  and will disassemble to fit into the Samsonite F”lite 30 suitcase. The case dimensions are 29.5″ x 20″ x 12″
  • For riders up to 220-lbs (100 kg)
  • Lighter frames available for smaller riders
  • Takes front and rear racks
  • Gates Carbon Belt Drive with Internal Hub available
  • Disc brake option available

Example designs: Email us for details

  • 24-speed New World Tourist with flat bars starting at $1,300
  • 27-speed New World Tourist with H-bars starting at $1,800
  • 27-speed New World Tourist with drop bars and bar end shifters starting at $1,725
  • 16-speed New World Tourist Lite with flat bars starting at $1,500
  • 8-speed New World Tourist Silk with flat bars, Gates belt drive, and internal hub starting at $2,070
  • BionX electric assist available on this model!
  • See More New World Tourist Designs Here!
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by Lin Brand on New World Tourist

I've got a 2003 BF I love, and a friend has a late 90's model. Both are as good today as when made (obviously some maintenance and a few upgrades). You cannot go wrong with a BF; I plan on leaving mine to my son and grandchildren as that is how well they are built!

by Darcey Morgan Howard on New World Tourist

I LOVE my Bike Friday! It's the best bike I've ever owned. My Grandfather (Vince Stauffer) got us all hooked on the Bike Friday and when he had his bike accident you guys really showed the love. I live in NYC with the 2 Bike Fridays that he gave us. Recently my father Gary Morgan passed away and his Bike Friday will be passed down to someone in our family. When we move back to Eugene next year we'll be bringing our Bike Friday's home to roost. 🙂 And who knows, maybe buying another!

by Robin Sears on New World Tourist
Performs in mixed flocks

I show up for group rides here in Lima on my chique black NWT and the people think they'll drop me at the first city pothole/hill/dirt road/puddle/barking dog. But no. Whether we are with roadies or mountainees, my machine and I continue to stun and amaze with our prowess in all those conditions in mixed flocks. We can't quite make it through deep mud (maybe it's my technique), but we do well going across streams, up and down rough dirt tracks and roads, and through cow patties, and we burn the mountain bikes on pavement - up, down or flat. To say nothing of folding up neatly to carry into meeting rooms at the Ministry of Environment or weaving our way through Lima traffic.I did switch the front shifter to a rotating thing with trim because I couldn't manage to adjust the front derailleur quite right to eliminate annoying rub (and no, I am not engaging in chain-stretch gearing).I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the NWT. Thanks, Bike Friday, for making wonderful bikes that wow people.

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FEATURES

Packable

Packs into a Samsonite TravelCase that meets most airline requirements for regular checked luggage.

Travel-Friendly

The Samsonite TravelCase easily converts into a trailer that can be pulled by your New World Tourist.

High-Quality

Built to ride thousands of miles of adventures around the world.

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by Lin Brand on New World Tourist

I've got a 2003 BF I love, and a friend has a late 90's model. Both are as good today as when made (obviously some maintenance and a few upgrades). You cannot go wrong with a BF; I plan on leaving mine to my son and grandchildren as that is how well they are built!

by Darcey Morgan Howard on New World Tourist

I LOVE my Bike Friday! It's the best bike I've ever owned. My Grandfather (Vince Stauffer) got us all hooked on the Bike Friday and when he had his bike accident you guys really showed the love. I live in NYC with the 2 Bike Fridays that he gave us. Recently my father Gary Morgan passed away and his Bike Friday will be passed down to someone in our family. When we move back to Eugene next year we'll be bringing our Bike Friday's home to roost. :-) And who knows, maybe buying another!

by Robin Sears on New World Tourist
Performs in mixed flocks

I show up for group rides here in Lima on my chique black NWT and the people think they'll drop me at the first city pothole/hill/dirt road/puddle/barking dog. But no. Whether we are with roadies or mountainees, my machine and I continue to stun and amaze with our prowess in all those conditions in mixed flocks. We can't quite make it through deep mud (maybe it's my technique), but we do well going across streams, up and down rough dirt tracks and roads, and through cow patties, and we burn the mountain bikes on pavement - up, down or flat. To say nothing of folding up neatly to carry into meeting rooms at the Ministry of Environment or weaving our way through Lima traffic.I did switch the front shifter to a rotating thing with trim because I couldn't manage to adjust the front derailleur quite right to eliminate annoying rub (and no, I am not engaging in chain-stretch gearing).I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the NWT. Thanks, Bike Friday, for making wonderful bikes that wow people.

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