Sicur Italian Folding Bike, Rare? Junk?

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Buster1

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Oct 23, 2011
856
Las Vegas
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Does anyone know much about these old bikes? Junk?

Possibly good daily rider and folding bike for a trunk?

Thanks!

Edit: Brevettato means "Patented" in Italian, so that isn't the name of the bike apparently!
 
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bikiba

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Apr 17, 2014
2,092
NYC
i dont think it is that rare from a quick google search and my own experience. I have a blue bianchi with the same frame and everything, but mine has the UGLIEST seat color. like a pea green.

the only issue i have with these is that they are pretty heavy
 

Buster1

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Oct 23, 2011
856
Las Vegas
Thank you. Are they poorly constructed and wobbly, or flimsy?

Is the folding joint weak or adequate?

I'm thinking of picking one up pretty cheap, but it needs some work. And I'd like to be able to actually use it from the back of my car on occasion.
 

rhenning

I live for the CABE
May 9, 2010
1,410
71
Sharon wi United States
I collect folders and it is a very common "U" frame Italian folder from the 1960/70s. Sold with dozens of brand names but all basically the same or similar bikes. They ride okay and the frames generally do not break but I would ride it to make sure it is still okay and not bent. I have never paid more than $50 for one of them. Roger
 
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