You won’t regret it....I'm feeling left out of all this Brompton loveliness, I've only borrowed one for an emergency dentist visit while on a narrowboat holiday on the Llangollen canal, so had to get to a remote Shrewsbury practice from Chirk by train and Brompton which was fantastic and great fun [despite the dentist visit to drain an abscess]... one day I'll be able to invest in one!
Thank you Sir!
Your very welcome.Thank you Sir!
Makes a difference when you can see them on the bike.
Mmmm, due to increasing neck issues I might go for the mid-rise, will have to think.
Oh, and in my book a B is a fabulous item of utility, a function, a workhorse, not an over-pimped, hyperclean artwork as others seem to think it is
Thought you'd got an appropriate shot from the bow of a narrowboat on a canal!Your very welcome.
Although these do give some relief in all honesty I would go for a little more rise if you are having neck issues.
Agree with you my B is precious but its a workhorse. My commute to work and back is laden with filth and water logged roads (see below). Right now all im doing is keeping the drivetrain clean & oiled.View attachment 567300
Yes I've had that before. And I once drove my old car 50 miles thinking the car was a bit sluggish, with a slight burning smell, only to find I'd left the handbrake on!The screw out adjuster on the brake lever had backed itself out to the point the wheel would barely move.
It gets better as this is the first of two lakes I have to traverse. The one below was a little deeper than I was comfortable with. The LR you can see plowing through the water had just dropped me off having generously offered to bring me across. This happens for a few weeks every year. Still it keeps things interestingThought you'd got an appropriate shot from the bow of a narrowboat on a canal!