The Brompton is a bike which rides superbly, is safe, agile and fast, yet folds easily and quickly into a highly-compact and portable package. The result is a vehicle that increases your sense of freedom and independence.

Finely-engineered and elegant, the Brompton has a full-sized frame, made mainly of steel for strength and stiffness. It is designed to be practical and light enough to be genuinely portable; actual weight depends on model and configuration, but ranges from 9 – 12½ kg (20 – 28lbs). Brompton weights are true weights; unlike most bike manufacturers, we include the weight of mudguards, pedals, etc. in our figures – if it’s on the bike, we weigh it.

The combination of a rigid frame and accurate alignment makes for efficient transmission of your energy and a lively, first-rate ride; countless owners use them on long journeys and for touring and many prefer the ride of a Brompton to that of conventional bikes.

There are many ways to “B-Spoke” your brompton, including picking from different handlebar, color and luggage options for you.

Our Brompton Stock

(Current inventory may vary)

Brompton
Brompton bikes are available with varied handlebar heights, for whatever travel style you prefer.
  • H-Type: A markedly more upright riding position, for those who like to travel with unhurried style, taking in the journey along the way.
  • M-Type: A fairly upright ride with excellent control and scope for a little fore/aft adjustment. The M Type is the all-rounder in the Brompton range and remains the most popular.
  • P-Type: A hybrid between the S-Type and M-Type handlebars. Designed with the tourer in mind, offering two riding positions, one for hills and city riding and the lower one for fighting head winds! Due to the combination of riding positions available, the P-type handlebar is designed to reduce fatigue in the wrists and arms thus making it suitable for longer rides.
  • S-Type: The lightest, and arguable prettiest, Brompton. The grips are lower and further forward than on the M-Type, for a sporty riding position.
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