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Brompton M6L House Red with Bag & toolkit

Brompton M6L House Red with Bag & toolkit
M6l saddle bag not pictured
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Details

Limit 1 Brompton Per Person Per Day Instore, Limit 1 Brompton Per Person Per Month Online. Card holder must be present with ID. Web orders also require card used online to be present. Due to limited supply all orders with multiple bikes or orders to the same shipping address will be cancelled.

This bike comes with SpedDial free, not installed.
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MADE IN LONDON
Brompton folding bikes have been handmade in London since 1975.

M Type: Our classic handlebar shape, which for most riders provides an all round, neutral position. Shorter riders will find this offers a more upright, leisurely position and taller riders will find this still gives a slightly sporty position.


6 Speed: The ultimate all-rounder, for those who wish to take longer rides and challenging inclines. The 6 speed option is 920g heavier than the single speed, so if you’re looking for a lighter bike and won’t be tackling hills, perhaps consider fewer gears.

L Version:
Equipped with mudguards, essential for non-fair weather cyclists.

Other adjustments for size and fit
Beyond all the above options, other aspects will help make sure the fit is just right. The Pentaclip on the saddle allows you to find a riding position that is both comfortable for you and ergonomically correct; elongating or compacting the reach, as preferred. Our brake levers can be adjusted to suit all hand sizes, and the saddle height insert means you can tailor your saddle height to the millimetre.





















Specs

Frame Steel
Fork Steel
Rear Shock Firm
Tires Schwable Marathon
Shifters 6-Speed, Standard Ratio
Handlebars M-Type
Pedals One Side Folding
Saddle Brooks B17
Seat Post Standard
Accessories & Extras EZ-Wheels , Front Carrier Block
Color(s) Raw Lacquer
Weight Est 27 Lbs

* Subject to change without notice.

Videos

Technical Guide - Folding And Unfolding A Brompton

The Fold

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