When Brompton announced they were developing a new entry level model, we were excited. As you might know, a Brompton doesn’t come cheap, The Brompton M3L costs £1,025 for example. It performs well, lasts well and looks great but regardless of that, it’s out of some people’s price range. This new model costs just £745.… Read more »
Our Leeds store have become big fans of the wonderful British Brompton since we first became a dealer five years ago. Store manager Graham is a particular fan who owns two and uses them to follow cycle races or commute up to head office. We gave our demo Brompton M6R to co-op friend (and former mechanic… Read more »
Ex-demo Bromptons We have 4 ex-demo Bromptons with 30% off at the moment! All of the bikes have been well maintained but will show some signs of use. Models available: M6L & S2L Titanium. These bikes are at Edinburgh Canonmills, Leeds & Aberdeen and must be collected in store. These will go quickly but you can… Read more »
We are extremely proud and chuffed to announce that Brompton have chosen our Canonmills store to be one of the first bike shops in Britain where you can view and try out the all-new Brompton Electric. If you’re interested in being one of the first people to actually own a Brompton Electric, you have an… Read more »
Reason #1: Folding Bikes are super convenient As obvious as it sounds, they fold. Therefore they’re small. They’re designed to be stored in small places like under desks, in cupboards and taken on trains, buses and cars. Reason #2: Folding Bikes are stylish and cool They come in a variety of designs, colours and styles.… Read more »
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LAST UPDATED 23 JANUARY 2019 The latest front bags from Brompton display their penchant for cleverly engineered design solutions that recall the ingenuity of their bike’s famous fast fold. With a Brompton Front Carrier Block fitted to the head tube of the bike, as shown here, your Brompton is ready to carry any of the bags… Read more »
LAST UPDATED 5 FEBRUARY 2019 Written by Co-op member and touring enthusiast Stuart. Check out some his adventures on his site, www.meanwhileontheroad.com. Using a Brompton or other folding bike for touring is a great idea; You can fold the bike up if you need to get in a car or on a plane, pack it… Read more »
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For the third year in a row, Alan from our Sheffield shop is helping organise a day out for Brompton riders in association with LBC (London Brompton Club). This ride is open to everyone – as long as you do it on a Brompton.
This ride is open to everyone – as long as you do it on a Brompton.
Our Sheffield customer, Paul Truin, who loves to make the most of his Brompton’s luggage-carrying capacity, is riding from Rotherham to Rotterdam for the National Autistic Society.
No problem, judging from the experience of our customer Paul Truin who sent us this account of his Coast to Coast Ride along Hadrian’s Cycleway.