Pocket Llama

Pocket Llama

Starting At $1,490

BUILD THIS BIKE

You want your bicycle adventure to continue even when the pavement ends. You prefer wide tires to ride some trails or go gravel grinding. You also want a comfortable ride and bike that easily travels with you. Your dream bike is built to fit you and you alone.

Details:

  • For riders up to 220 lbs (100 kg)
  • Sturdier frames available for riders up to 330 lbs (150 kg)
  • Takes wider tires up to 2.1″ (5.5 cm)
  • 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″
  • Takes front and rear racks for loaded touring
  • BionX Electric assist available
  • Internal Hub options available

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by lani schultz on Blank Product Name
Frida the Little Bike That Could

Frida, a Pocket Llama, is now just over 3 years old but has cycled over 12,000 km covering Asia and Vancouver, BC, area, through hills, gravel, dirt, flood, etc., all with her original parts and components!

She has earned the respect from many cyclists and bike mechanics with her performance. There was no other problem but four flats for that long stretch.Her maiden voyage was crossing India from Agra to Kanyakumari, reaching the tip of the subcontinent after two months on the road.In the Fall of 2013, it traveled from Shanghai to Singapore for three months when finally the chain worn out and the tires had so many cuts that finally they had to be replaced.Between the two big tours, she had reached the beaches and mountains of Vancouver area, Southern Vancouver Island and the Pacific Northwest.Frida is truly the Little Bike that could and definitely would take up any challenge thrown at her without hesitation.

by Ronald Wardman on Blank Product Name
Mini bike

I purchased a Mini Cooper and did not want to put racks on the roof. I saw an ad for Bike Friday so I stopped by and having never been there, was very impressed with their products.

I ride both road and mountain bikes and after discussions with the sales person, decided on the Pocket Expedition [the equivalent to a Pocket Llama].Initially, the most important part was that fit in the back of the Cooper. When traveling, I love getting to my daily destination early, jumping on my bike and exploring the area.I find the Pocket perfect for the task. I really enjoy riding it and now ride it from my home for workouts. It is just a fun bike to ride.Because it is a mountain oriented bike, I have no concerns about riding it over rough surfaces, jumping curbs and covering whatever comes across my path.

by Sunny L on Blank Product Name
Pocket Llama w/ Big Apple Tires

I chose the Pocket Llama (mountain bike version) for the smooth ride and the versatility. The thickest Schwalbe Big Apple Tires fit my Llama fork and frame. It is supposed to be an efficient tire. I don't feel like I'm losing much speed with the low rolling resistant tires. I don't feel the bumps in the roads and found out by chance that the tires will soak up a lot. It probably doesn't have the precise handling of a road tire. But the 20" rims keeps the handling predictable. Although, I usually ride on decent trails, I will probably need the semi off-road capability when I go back to Switzerland. Of the many bikes that I own, I always ride the Bike Friday. It has been reliable and comfortable. Add ons: Brooks B17 Saddle, Origin 8 Drop Bar Ends.

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FEATURES

Adventure

Takes front and rear racks for self contained adventure across continents

Sturdy

Handles rough terrain with tires as wide as 2.2 inches, higher bottom bracket clearance and our strongest frame

Packable

Fold and pack for easy transport on trains, planes and taxis.

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by lani schultz on Blank Product Name
Frida the Little Bike That Could

Frida, a Pocket Llama, is now just over 3 years old but has cycled over 12,000 km covering Asia and Vancouver, BC, area, through hills, gravel, dirt, flood, etc., all with her original parts and components!

She has earned the respect from many cyclists and bike mechanics with her performance. There was no other problem but four flats for that long stretch.Her maiden voyage was crossing India from Agra to Kanyakumari, reaching the tip of the subcontinent after two months on the road.In the Fall of 2013, it traveled from Shanghai to Singapore for three months when finally the chain worn out and the tires had so many cuts that finally they had to be replaced.Between the two big tours, she had reached the beaches and mountains of Vancouver area, Southern Vancouver Island and the Pacific Northwest.Frida is truly the Little Bike that could and definitely would take up any challenge thrown at her without hesitation.

by Ronald Wardman on Blank Product Name
Mini bike

I purchased a Mini Cooper and did not want to put racks on the roof. I saw an ad for Bike Friday so I stopped by and having never been there, was very impressed with their products.

I ride both road and mountain bikes and after discussions with the sales person, decided on the Pocket Expedition [the equivalent to a Pocket Llama].Initially, the most important part was that fit in the back of the Cooper. When traveling, I love getting to my daily destination early, jumping on my bike and exploring the area.I find the Pocket perfect for the task. I really enjoy riding it and now ride it from my home for workouts. It is just a fun bike to ride.Because it is a mountain oriented bike, I have no concerns about riding it over rough surfaces, jumping curbs and covering whatever comes across my path.

by Sunny L on Blank Product Name
Pocket Llama w/ Big Apple Tires

I chose the Pocket Llama (mountain bike version) for the smooth ride and the versatility. The thickest Schwalbe Big Apple Tires fit my Llama fork and frame. It is supposed to be an efficient tire. I don't feel like I'm losing much speed with the low rolling resistant tires. I don't feel the bumps in the roads and found out by chance that the tires will soak up a lot. It probably doesn't have the precise handling of a road tire. But the 20" rims keeps the handling predictable. Although, I usually ride on decent trails, I will probably need the semi off-road capability when I go back to Switzerland. Of the many bikes that I own, I always ride the Bike Friday. It has been reliable and comfortable. Add ons: Brooks B17 Saddle, Origin 8 Drop Bar Ends.

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