P Line
P Line
P Line
P Line

P Line

Regular price $2,839.99 Save 0%
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M4L/mMBK/eTiBK/SL/TYOB/REV/PL/Ti


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Weighing 4 lbs less than the equivalent all-steel model, P Line is lightweight performance, folded and unfolded. This meticulously engineered machine thrives on city roads with its titanium rear frame and forks and the all-new suspension block. Next-level componentry and enhanced portability features make it faster to ride, lighter to carry and easier to move around the city in every way.


FEATURES:

  • The Brompton Fold: Invented by our founder, Andrew Richie, in 1975, 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

SPECS:

Frame Main Frame: Precision drawn heat-treated steel tubing with hand brazing Rear Frame: Superlight Advance rear frame made from Titanium with a replaceable hanger
Fork
Titanium fork with a threaded headset
Drivetrain Patent-pending direct mount 4 speed derailleur, 11-13-15-18 Tooth

Rims Superlight front wheel - Lightweight rim, double-butted spokes and aluminium hub body, Rear double wall rim, double-butted spokes and aluminium hub body
Hubs Brompton
Tires Schwalbe ONE Black Tire
Bottom Bracket Square taper bottom bracket
Crankset 6061 forged aluminium crank with 50T chainring and integrated chainguard
Shifters Brompton 4 speed trigger shifter
Brakes Dual Pivot Calipers
Handlebars Mid - Classic Ride
Seatpost Brompton Extended Chromoly steel tube - gloss black.
Saddle
Superlight saddle with chromoly rails, carbon reinforced base and lightweight padding.
Pedals Brompton Folding left hand and non-folding right-hand pedals
Accessories & Extras
Fenders with rubberized flap, Front carrier block adaptor for all types of Brompton luggage
*In the bicycle industry, suppliers and factories sometimes change specs without notice and state that they are "subject to change without notice". This is because bicycles are made from hundreds of parts which come from dozens of vendors. Parts are sometimes updated to the most current production generation/iteration one gets better or more current parts or a comparable part. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.