Folding Fanciers


Folding Fanciers

Partial to origami riding? Into compact cycling?  Are you a folding frame fan?  This is the group for you!

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Hasa F2 16 speed foldable... an update

Started by Peter H. Last reply by Peter H on Thursday. 5 Replies

So, I've done some mods to my foldable - still a work in progress, and I thought I would share some pics.I've done the following:- added clipless pedals (donated from my road bike)- replaced the…Continue

Hasa F2 16 speed foldable

Started by Peter H. Last reply by Peter H Mar 26. 2 Replies

So, it seems that those that control the trains hate bikes (at least during "peak" times). They do have an exception, a folded bike that is in a bag. My response to hearing that was, "So, you allow…Continue

Bromtoberfest- Brompton Ride Oct 13, 2018

Started by Bob Moore Oct 2, 2018. 0 Replies

Brompton ride on Saturday October 13, 2018. Ends at Concordia Club in Marrickville for a…Continue

Tags: bromtoberfest, brompton

Brompton To The Gong

Started by Nicholas. Last reply by Mark Green Sep 26, 2014. 1 Reply

Howdy folk - just repeating the invite on behalf of all of us at Cheeky Transport - If you want to get involved in our next Brompton adventure, we’d like to invite you to join our 2013 team for the…Continue

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Comment by Matt Shearer on February 19, 2011 at 6:20pm

visit and google Bickerton although the Brompton is in a different league especially with a nanoBrompton installed.


Comment by Matt Shearer on March 13, 2011 at 7:56am

now that Folding Fanciers has reached a critical mass is there any interest in repeating the ride that gareth and myself did in 2010. Edge of CBD start and finish, minimal hills,cycle paths or designated cycle routes, 20-30k, stop for lunch or coffee, mainly edge of harbour and Cooks River cycleway and Alexandria canal, no rush just enjoyment. Any Folder interested?


Comment by Matt Shearer on March 13, 2011 at 8:03am

It was Garry and not Gareth who rode with me on his folder in 2010 . sorry garry,

Matt shearer

Comment by Common Old Garrwain on March 16, 2011 at 8:36pm
Hi Matt. Never mind about the Gareth, it reminds me of someone I used to know a long time ago who always called me that so it sounds quite natural to me. It would be good to do that ride again, especially now the weather is milder. With luck we will get some more starters this time, and the ride gets to be inaugural all over again on account of the new group.
Comment by CM on March 16, 2011 at 8:52pm
Sydney Cyclist's first Origami Ride!  Woo Hoo!
Comment by Common Old Garrwain on March 16, 2011 at 9:02pm
Sydney's second Origami Ride, and hoping to top the massive turn out of the first, which ought not to be too difficult (is that grammar?) as it was only Matt and I. 
Comment by CM on March 16, 2011 at 9:31pm
Well I'm happy to be corrected!  I'd say we're already on track to set a new attendance record.
Comment by hartleymartin on March 16, 2011 at 10:11pm
Where and when is the next proposed origami ride? It is a bit hit-and-miss with free days or weekends at the moment, but if I know well in advance I might be able to attend with the old R20.
Comment by Matt Shearer on March 17, 2011 at 8:41am

possible ride same as last years without getting slightly lost on the section Gardeners Rd to Redfern. We started at Belmore Park, Central and rode via the Harbour parks to Annandale. Then via cyclepaths to Summer Hill shops. Via cycle paths to Cooks River cycleway.At Cooks park Tempe down the Alexandria Canal path to Mascot. Bourke Road cycle path to Redfern then through Price Alfred park cycleway back to Central.Only up one slight hill  at Redfern. Stop anywhere we please.  Alternative is the reverse. Directions supplied on a sheet.

Matt Shearer

Comment by PeterT on March 18, 2011 at 1:41pm
While waiting to get on the ferry at Bundeena today I saw a group of folders with Bike Friday stickers on them, most of them had panniers tacked on too. Anyone had experience with this foldie ?


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