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21 - both wheels in157 viewsThe whole thing...make sure the lid closes easily
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01 - Pedals and pedal wrench153 viewsUse a pedal wrench to remove the pedals, or get quick-release pedals
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20 - Seatpost next139 viewsFrame, rear wheel and seatpost (with tool packs)
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19 - front wheel130 viewsThe front wheel is the last to go in
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12 - Ready to fold89 viewsThis is the bike with seatpost, wheels, and pedals removed. It is now ready to fold
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11 - tool pack 285 viewsI pack the lights, front suspension spring, pedals, multitool, patch kit and tire levers in another pack
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02 - After removing seatpost78 viewsUse the quick-release to remove the seatpost
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16 - frame and rear wheel in case78 viewsThe rear wheel gets tucked into the frame as best as I can
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09 - front after removing spring76 viewsThis is what it should look like after removing the spring
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03 - Seatpost quick release75 viewsRemove the quick release as well
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10 - front suspension spring73 viewsSpring after removal
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05 - Rear wheel71 viewsDeflate and remove the rear wheel and take out the quick release. I don't find it necessary to open the rear brakes
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