Brompton Sundry Parts

Sundry parts! That sounds a bit like a great category for left-overs that couldn't really fit in anywhere else?

A range of accessories from Brompton

The sundries range includes:
Saddles (and pentaglips to mount the saddle to the seat post) - we gave these their own category
Handlebar grips
Other sundry bits and pieces

Sundry parts! That sounds a bit like a great category for left-overs that couldn't really fit in anywhere else?

A range of accessories from Brompton

The sundries range includes:
Saddles (and pentaglips to mount the saddle to the seat post) - we gave these their own category
Handlebar grips
Other sundry bits and pieces

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Brompton Sundry Parts We have 80 products.

Subcategories

  • Brompton saddles

    For the 2019 model Brompton, the bikes come from the factory with a standard saddle

    It has black saddle rails (compatible with most other bike saddles - one of the few things that are pretty compatible across bikes) and a leather covering

    The stitching which was on earlier model year saddles has been removed - this means there is less chance of chaffing

    A wider saddle - 167mm wide as opposed to 147mm - is also available as an after market option

    Both of these made for Brompton saddles feature two mounting holes on the underneath - allowing the fitment of a CatEye rear light 

    Also available from Brompton - to give some English Style - are brown leather Brooks saddles (available as a mens or ladies fit) - this is the Brooks B17 special with copper coloured rails and rivets. We describe these as being like Birkenstock shoes - they take a while to mould to your body - then provide a comfortable fit. Like a fine pair of leather shoes, they also need some looking after.

    We have some of the older Brompton coloured saddles in stock - Blue, White, Yellow and Lime (unfortunately the Red is now sold out). These older saddles have better looking stitching and no mounting point for the CatEye light 

    We try and keep at least one of each saddle in stock at all times - so you can get your Brompton back on the road as soon as possible if you need to replace it

    To attach the saddle to the seatpost - you will need a Pentaclip (Bromptons own design of saddle / seat post interface). This allows the saddle to be connected to the bike and adjusted forwards and backwards on the saddle rails, approx 2cm / 1 inch of up / down adjustment by turning the Pentaclip upside down, and adjusting of the saddle angle 

  • Brompton handlebar grips

    Brompton grips

    Handlebar grips are important - because they are one of just three contact points between you and the bike (along with the saddle and pedals)

    Brompton handlebar types

    There are 4 Brompton models - defined by handlebar type:

    • S-type - Straight / Sports
    • M-type - the traditional Brompton style handlebars
    • H-type - is actually the same bars as the M-type - with a higher stem
    • P-type - multi-Positional bars - ideal for touring

    Brompton handlebar grip types

    There is a slight complication in that M-type / H-type bars changed in 2017 from low rise to high rise, so for grips there are the following possibilities:

    • P-type
    • M-type / H-type pre-2017 (high rise version)
    • S-type (all) / M-type / H-type 2017 onwards (low rise version)

    So the grips for M/H type bars (since 2017) and S-type are the same - they are 130mm lock on - quite common through the bike world, meaning you now have a greater choice of grips for your Brompton

    Ergon grips

    We have included the Ergon grips here as they were fitted on the Brompton CHPT3 2017/2018 edition - Ergon GA2 (in red) and on the NYC edition - Ergon GP2.

    The Ergon grips are designed specifically to give you a more comfortable ride

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