Yesterday just before a Brompton ride, I popped down top Brompton Junction to see the new T Line - this time from inside the shop rather than starring outside.
In fact, before going in I did stare again at the bike sitting there in the window and my first thought was that it was a bit like Charlie Bucket gazing into the sweetshop window at the 'golden ticket.'
As I wrote yesterday, Brompton will sell thousands of these. I would suggest they have guaranteed sales for as many as they can make. I would love to have an extended test run on one of these, not because I would buy one, but more to experience all the effort Brompton have put into it.
If you are in the market for one of these, my only advice is to be patient. There will be lots and lots of people in the queue to get one all across the world. Again, top marks to Brompton!
Until next time, be safe out there people!
Hope you're well. Love the pics of London by night...
Can you please tell me what is your saddle bag as per the lead pic in your blog? Do you have a link to it?
Thankyou in anticipation
Many thanks. I got that bag possibly 8-9 years ago and it has long since been unavailable to buy anywhere sadly. Rapha had a good orange bar bag (can be used as a saddle bag) not that log ago but I think it too is discontinued.Delete
The hummingbird bike is much betterReplyDelete
yes it's a good bike but I beg to differ. Folded package nowhere nearly as good. Brompton also wins on looks and provenance as well for me.Delete