Discussion in 'Folding Bikes' started by andharwheel, 5 Jul 2007.
Myself I have a Birdy red. Bought 2nd hand. Rides very well and can keep up with most other bikes.
Airnimal Chameleon 105. Not as foldable as others, so I wouldn't like to commute with it. Take it back and forth between Buckinghamshire and Grampian, so does very nicely for that. Handles the terrain at both end very well, especially good on the steep climbs in the Grampians.
(Green. 6 gears. No titanium bits. Love it. Very handy for getting to gigs where there's no parking).
"Forced" to buy a Brompton by Southern Rail last year
Does a seperable Moulton TSR30 count as a folder?
Daewoo Shuttle *hangs head*
Yes, they're cheap and somewhat nasty, and they don't fold so much as collapse, but it works. After a fashion.
Green L6 Brommie for me as well. Bought primarily for bike-train-bike journey that went from a 2 mile-train-3 mile commute (to The Mall where the TdF is starting today/tomorrow) to a 2 mile-train-1/2 mile.
just bought an Airnimal Chameleon pro sport 105 after a long period of drooling, not cycled for many years but decided to start commuting to work, Greenwich>Regent st 18 miles roundtrip ("GULP"), wish me luck.
anywho new to this forum mallarky too so salutations to you all[/b]
One Brompton. Not regularly used, but essential anyway. Bought because I was impressed with the fold.
I had an Airnimal Joey for a while, am considering a Chameleon now..
Mezzo D9 here. Brilliant kit.
A black 3 speed Brompers. Hellfire machine.
Used to have a separable Pashley Moulton when I lived on a boat, sold it years ago though.
Dark Green Brompton T3. Use it every day for the 5.5 mile commute into work, in all weather, ie sunny, rain, snow, whatever.
I also tow a Yak Bob behind it for the weekly SainsBurys run.
I have always disregarded a folder but I am considering something which could fit in the boot of the car and be used around town.
1999 Brompton L5.
Essential tool to link station, office and offsite appointments.
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