Well now I know that removing the rear wheel is not that big an issue so no longer scary.
Also know how to fit an M+ to a Brompton wheel. No sweat (OK, some swearing but I still have both thumbs).
2 Dragons slain and I feel EPIC!
I know on a brompton the parts need replacing more often than on a larger bike.
I researched rims and various drivetrain parts need replacing often but what is your experience in how long the various parts last?
I've got a voucher code for 15% off on the Brompton site. I don't want any of their gifts or clothing & I already have all the bags I need.
I wonder if I should just stock up on consumables while I have the chance - a spare chain, maybe replacement handlebar grips. Any thoughts? I don't want to...
I have a problem with my Brompton. The seat post keeps slipping. By the time I've cycled the three miles from the station to work, it has slipped about two inches. However, if I tighten the nut sufficiently to stop the slippage, I cannot fold and unfold the bike. Does this indicate some...