Hello.I am also Brompton user in Korea. I have M6R-BK.Your color is so nice. I would like to travel your country with Brompton when I see your pictures.Have a good day.
Thanks for your comment. I see lots of pictures of Brompton owners from South Korea with fantastic Brompton bikes and it makes me want to take my Brompton there. Perhaps we can meet halfway!
Haha... Meeting halfway probably means will end up with some place in the Middle East then...
Hi, i have an Orange Brompton too, but the original orange.I like very much your color!Bye!
Brompton ROCKS!!! Love reading your blog and your cycling adventures ... keep writing :D
hi, my name is artur. i am from south korea.i am visiting london for 11 days for holidays with my brompton this coming september.i think i am trying to attend ibikelondon september riding.(seems like a lot of fun riding)Is there any other brompton fun riding, please let me know.( i want to ride together)
Hello Artur. Thanks for leaving a comment. The IBikeLondon rides are great and I will look out for you. Would be good to meet you.
hello, i am considering go to brighton with brompton and back to london by train.I would like to use the GPS garmin course of yours(i found it on your website). is it recommended course for the brompton rider?( i found around 1000m elevation gain^^).
That sounds great. The route will probably have that gain overall as there are some hills along the way. You might want to look at Garmin Connect website where you can search for other routes to Brighton and see which you like he best. The one I took is one of many.
Hi,I finally got my white Brompton (H2L). I do enjoy my office commutes on them. I have become the "talk of the town" :)Keep your blog coming with more picturesMahesh
Brilliant. Being talk of the town can only be a goof thing!
greetings from Spain, I 'm also a red Brompton owner, since 3 years ago, nice pictures of your bike, nice color, and hopping some day I will touring with it.
Hello, this is arthur from south korea. i am really sorry that i reached you so late.i tried to attend ibikelondon september riding, at that time i missed the route(i was trying to ride from Holloway road station to hyde park.) but i got lost and i took taxi.(i found my self around Bank area) when i took taxi, i asked taxi driver to get to the hyde park corner station. But i could not find the achilles status. and the some road was closed for triathlon game around the hyde park at that time. Even though i couldn't join, i think i will try next time. I think i will have chance to visit euroup(including london) for riding bike trip around again soon. and look forward to riding together. I still enjoy looking your blog. Have a safe riding~!from arthur
Hello Arthur. It would be great to meet you on a ride. Perhaps our paths will cross at some point hopefully.
Very nice blog!
I love the pictures! Brompton has to be the sexiest bike out there. Keep the posts coming!
Orange, your Brompton is amazing. Orange Titanium..way to go!
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Hi, I've really enjoyed reading your blog and love your Brompton. I'm an avid road cyclist and have just purchased my first Brompton, an S6L Superlight Nickel Edition. I use a Garmin Edge 1000 on my road bikes but I'm struggling to find a mount suitable for using it on my Brompton. I've read that you've previously tried the Trigo mount but I see you have a different mount in the pictures above. Dare I ask what it is as currently when I ride my Brompton I have my Garmin in my pocket!Many thanks in advance and keep up the great posts!Jeff
Many thanks. I use a standard Garmin out front mount but have it facing inwards so it can be left in place when folded. Works well.