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bromptons can do snow and hills you know

scottgeniusltd2005scottgeniusltd2005 Posts: 575
edited March 2010 in Road general
Cotic Soul rider.

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  • My Brompt is great in the snow.
    Weight distribution is great (basically all on the rear)
    Clearance is great 'cos no top tube to catch you out if you slip
    Commute: Langster -Singlecross - Brompton S2-LX

    Road: 95 Trek 5500 -Look 695 Aerolight eTap - Boardman TTe eTap

    Offroad: Pace RC200 - Dawes Kickback 2 tandem - Tricross - Boardman CXR9.8 - Ridley x-fire
  • TeuchterTeuchter Posts: 102
    (Late reply - been a while since I was on here and been browsing randomly today).

    Was very pleased with my Dahon Mu in the snow this winter - though I did regret removing the mudguards last summer! I bought a cheap MTB from a colleague for riding in this weather but the Dahon did a far better job - and if it got too bad I could take it on public transport home (though I never had to)!

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