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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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Spring ride Sydney 10k any folders?

Started by greg holbut Oct 1. 0 Replies

Have singned up for the Sydney harbour bridge ride.It would be great to have a folder group.Anyone interested in taking part? Continue

Hasa F2 16 speed foldable... an update

Started by Peter H. Last reply by greg holbut Sep 30. 6 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

Giant Expressway am I on my own?

Started by greg holbut. Last reply by greg holbut Sep 30. 2 Replies

Currently riding  a 2011 model 8 speed ,modified with 47 tooth chainring giant grips,horns quick release pedals and shortened rear fender for better folding 82*35*65.Taking multi-model adventures…Continue

Post a picture of your folder!

Started by hartleymartin. Last reply by greg holbut Sep 30. 66 Replies

Simple - just let us see a photo of the folding bicycle that you ride.

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Comment by Ian Millar on October 16, 2014 at 10:06pm
Hi Mark, because time has a habit of slipping away, I suspect I'll be fitting the 40T chainring to the new Brompton before I consider what gearing to run on Ralph? Of course, having the parts available now makes it easier to make a quick changeover if necessary. As for chain lengths, I see Simon Koorn's article in the BromptonTalk Wiki doesn't cover the crank sizes of 40 or 39T & so I expect to choose the link numbers when fitting up the crank changes (ie comparing chain lengths with the Brompton unfolded & parked & aiming for the shortest practical length?)
I'll be at CheekyT before 4pm Saturday & "helping" with the pizza at the park. We're still deciding on how/when we get to SOP on Sunday.
Comment by markysharky on October 17, 2014 at 12:11pm

Thanks for your reply Ian. Yep, time powers on, so no reply required; see you on Saturday.

I did see the Tiller Cycles offerings previously, but the poor quality photo of the 40T with chain guard had me second guessing. Be keen to hear from you how satisfied you are with the quality, although I suspect the Brompton stamped crank gear are Sturmey supplied anyway. Always knew I would gear down eventually (it's a heart thing), so might as well share the journey with you. All associated readings to date advise removal of two links for 39T.

Happened to be out yesterday on the new arrival, so took the opportunity to venture to Saturdays nominated venue. I'm on the limit with the 44T here. Having once lived and worked in Balmain, know that some parts are very hilly.

So, it will be x 3

  

Comment by Ian Millar on October 19, 2014 at 8:43am
Lovely day for a little ride…
http://aussieonabrompton.com/2014/10/19/bac-day/
Comment by Ian Millar on October 20, 2014 at 10:29pm
BAC posts still to come, but in the meantime…
http://aussieonabrompton.com/2014/10/20/peregrine-down/
Comment by Kirsten on October 21, 2014 at 8:55am

Hi Ian,

Very much enjoy reading your posts.  

I too had a great day watching the action at the Brompton Aussie champs.

Here is wishing Mrs Brompton/Aussie a speedy recovery.

Comment by centurion48 on October 21, 2014 at 8:16pm

+1 to what Kirsten said. Get well soon Mrs Aussie.

Comment by Ian Millar on October 25, 2014 at 9:11am
My attempt in the BAC Folding Competition…
http://aussieonabrompton.com/2014/10/25/folding-tricks/
Comment by Ian Millar on November 3, 2014 at 11:19pm
My blog post on the Brompton race in Sydney -
http://aussieonabrompton.com/2014/11/03/bac-memories/
Comment by markysharky on November 4, 2014 at 9:09pm

A vegetarian now you say SAKdeVEGAN. I know some swear by this discipline. Dr. Michael Mosley is coming around also, but not strictly so. If it has you back on the bike injury free and enjoying good health, that's a bonus. I once did a 10 day Vipassana Meditation course in the Blue Mountains, which included Noble Silence throughout this period. If I could have spoken, at that time, it would have been to bestow accolades for the delicious full vegan food that was cooked on site for the two meal a day sittings ....... start again ...... start again

Comment by Ian Millar on November 6, 2014 at 9:35pm
Saint Nick called today & because I've been good, there's a new Brompton arrived in the country. I shall be patient while the elves do their thing (should give me time to find room?).

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