We Have MORE Bromptons!

[slideshow] [/slideshow] *Update*  I posted this back in June after we received our first shipment of Bromptons. Since then, we've received a lot more, including a big shipment just yesterday. Right now the turn-around time on a bespoke Brompton is upwards of 5-6 months. Yes, I said months, not weeks.  SO, if you are in the market for a Brompton, please stop by our shop as our supplies will not last.  In fact, give us a call (415.484.6575) to ask whether we have one that is up to your specifications, and then come take it for a test ride. ** Get out your tweeds! Huckleberry Bicycles carries Bromptons, the greatest folding bikes in the entire universe. Indeed. The Brompton is a bike which rides superbly, is safe, agile and fast, yet folds easily and quickly into a highly-compact and portable package. The result is a vehicle that increases your sense of freedom and independence. Finely-engineered and elegant, the Brompton has a full-sized frame, made mainly of steel for strength and stiffness. It is designed to be practical and light enough to be genuinely portable; actual weight depends on model and configuration, but ranges from 9 – 12½ kg (20 – 28lbs). Brompton weights are true weights; unlike most bike manufacturers, we include the weight of mudguards, pedals, etc. in our figures – if it’s on the bike, we weigh it. The combination of a rigid frame and accurate alignment makes for efficient transmission of your energy and a lively, first-rate ride; countless owners use them on long journeys and for touring and many prefer the ride of a Brompton to that of conventional bikes. - from www.brompton.co.uk Every Brompton is made-to-order, based on your specifications. You can view the entire catalog by clicking on the image below: Prices begin at $1135 -- that's US Dollars, not pounds. Call 415-484-6575 or e-mail info@huckleberrybicycles.com to get started on your custom Brompton. **Update**      BROMPTON COLOR SELECTOR      **Update** We found an online Brompton color-selection app; click on the image below: