Load this 6-speed all-steel workhorse with luggage and a rack for all-weather commuting or touring, then go explore. Some owners have cycled these around the world. Most use them to improve their day-to-day.
The Brompton folding system.
Invented in 1975 by Brompton founder Andrew Richie. Expertly engineered to transform the bike into a small, locked package a little larger than its wheels - all in under 20-seconds. Nothing folds like a Brompton folds.
Not like other bikes.
Brompton engineer an efficient solution for moving around the city and beyond. This is a bike that does more than the obvious, it answers problems owners say they didn't know they had. ‘You don’t get Brompton until you get a Brompton.’
Each bike is hand-built and quality-assured at Brompton's London factory to cope with the daily demands of city riding. All Brompton bikes are powder coated in the London factory's in-house paint facility using environmentally friendly powders and energy from renewable resources powder coated.
Version with 6-speed gears, flat handlebar and standard seatpost (for up to 84cm inside leg measurement).
Handlebar version Low:
|Product Name:||Brompton C Line Explore - 6-Speed - Low Bar - Standard Seatpost - 16" Folding Bike - 2023 - picadilly blue matt|
|gender:||women, men, unisex|
|usage bikesport:||City, Folding Bike|
|shifter:||Changing device with trigger|
|rear derailleur:||6-speed (3-speed gear hub + 2-speed chain changer)|
|bottom bracket:||Square taper|
|crankset:||6061 forged aluminium|
|brakes:||Brompton dual pivot rim brakes|
|wheels:||16", 28 spoke|
|seat post:||Standard Seatpost|
|handle bar:||Low Bar|
|fork:||Brazed rigid steel fork|
|frame:||Heat-treated steel tube, hand-soldered, automatically machined solder joints|
|number of chainrings:||1|
|shifting system:||Internal Gear Hub, 6-speed|
|bike extras:||with Fender|
|brake type:||Rim Brake|
|wheel size:||16" (349mm)|
|bike special accessories:||Brompton pump, reflectors, mudguards|
|tires:||Schwalbe Marathon Racer, 349 x 35C|
|fork construction:||Rigid Fork|