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Brompton CHPT3 v4
$100.00 - $3,200.00
We currently do not know when the next Brompton CHPT3 will drop. It could be months or years. Due to higher than usual demand you can join a waitlist for the next Brompton CHPT3 bike by stock availability. This is a very sought after bike and they are expected to be sold by the time they arrive. Once bikes are confirmed you will be notified in order of Tier on the waitlist by email and phone(if USA based). Your Bike will be held for you for 72 hours before moving on to the next person, If we are unable to reach you we will hold your spot in line for the next shipment. $3200 Deposit Tier 1 Preorder $1600 Deposit Tier 2 Preorder $100 Deposit Tier 3 Preorder Limit 1 Brompton waitlist deposit per tier all orders will be cancelled if multiple are placed. (example you could order (1) Tier 1 bike and (1) tier 2 bike to have 2 waitlist deposits. Shipping In store pickup is free Bikes may be shipped for an additional fee. You can send us a prepaid shipping label and we can drop off your bike at FEDEX, UPS, USPS locations. You can cancel your despot within 7 days of placing it, after 7 days there is a $100 processing fee for cancelation.

We reserve the right to cancel this waitlist at any time for any reason and will refund all remaining deposits if done so.

Brompton CHPT3 Version 2 | Reference only
CHPT3 and Explore editions sold out. We have noticed a large interest in CHPT3 and Explore edition bikes. We are currently sold out of all of these special edition models and as of right now we do not know when the ModelYear2020 release will happen. When we have confirmation on these dates and further information we will communicate it here and allow for preorders. Maintaining the aesthetic of the original, with the fire red front frame but now combined with a textured black finish, making the bike more purposeful and distinct from Black Edition. High-performance specification with some unique features.
Brompton CHPT3 Version 3 | Special Edition
It's been five years since the collaboration began yet it feels like the story is just beginning. This is Brompton x CHPT3, the third chapter. FULL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION CHPT3 Edition Handlebar type S type (925mm) Gears | 6-speed Rear Frame | E type (no mudguards, no rack) Gear Ratio | Standard Suspension Block | Extra Firm Frame Material | Steel and Titanium Main Frame Colours | CHPT3 Lunar Grey mainframe, CHPT3 Fire Red front frame Extremities Colour | Textured Black superlight extremeties, CHPT3 Barrivell print decals Saddle | Brompton CHPT3 saddle - Titanium Rails, CHPT3 Print, Fire Red under-nose hand-hold Seatpost | Standard, Extended or Telescopic seat-post in black Lighting | Reflectors Only Tyres | Schwalbe One35-349 Folded dimensions 565mm high x 585mm long x 270mm wide (22.2" x 23" x 10.6") Weight | 6-speed: 10.3 kg approx. Additional Info | Ergon GE1 Evo Slim grips in custom Fire Red ______________________________________________________________ This bike gives back. By purchasing this bike at Pasadena Cyclery you are supporting local charities and non profits: UNION RESCUE MISSION Union Rescue Mission
Brompton CHPT3 | Reference only
Key features of the CHPT3 edition: S Type handle bars Red Ergon GA2 grips 6 speed gearing Special edition colours, sparkle grey and fire red Painted Titanium parts in black Black steel handlebar post (Telescopic) Black edition components Firm suspension block Tan wall Schwalbe Kojaks Custom red/black Brooks Cambium C17 No mudguard and rack (to reduce weight) Stylish, fast and guaranteed to stand out in any city. David Millar, one of Britain’s most successful cyclists and Tour de France stage winner, first met with Brompton CEO Will Butler-Adams 2 years ago. David rarely used a bike for commuting in the city, instead only riding when competing or training. After an in-depth conversation with Will about Brompton, David agreed to try a Brompton when travelling round London and other cities he visited. He went on to use a specially modified ‘race ready’ Brompton in the Brompton World Championship Final in 2015. This kick started the collaboration with Brompton.
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