Was more thinking SMC wheelset (shallow version)
somebody must have done a £ per gram upgrade spreadsheet...
As Ryan said, Jtek and Brompfication are my go to due to robustness and they have the lower lip profile like a Brompton seatpost that works like them.
@sbbohr had this in 2017, i miss the blogspot
Was more thinking SMC wheelset, purely due to how light and wide they are. Granted the cost is a little silly.
Love using mine.
angle and fore / aft, once its set up you never need touch it, you can still limit the extension
you mad? the blogspot killed me. I upgrade it to thebromptonman.com! ALL the weights are on there! its not quite a spreadsheet tho
Is this common with the front light mount snapping off?
Cheers, is that position they mention of having the seat up but the rear hinge locked out, for rolling, a feature of the frame then, so it will still work with another seatpost?
Lol. Not seen that before! I have multi S in black in stock btw
Yep! It’s just a block
Of rubber on the triangle
Sweet, cheers for the intel as always!
Answered my own question using the power of search.
Do you have the Cateye mount with it or do I need to remove the current one?
just get dynamo
Unscrew the plastic bit and swap over to new mount
Thanks, just ordered from your site :)
Best (?) dressed chicken in town
Messy flat though
Omni wheels, ya or na?
Fitting MKS Ezy pedals - instructions say IF crank has a recess, use the washers, and if there is no recess, don’t, as it may “cause malfunction of the Ezy adapter”. The Brompton cranks don’t have a recess, but I think it’s better to use washers anyway. Yay or nay?
I've used GBFO washer on mine because without it the QR mechanism wouldn't release / engage properly. Mine weren't MKS, but the mechanism looked identical.
ETA - my Brompton doesn't have Brompton cranks - mine are Shimano and recessed.
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