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Brompton 2019 B75 special edition



The limited edition Brompton B75 - launched in April 2019

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Handlebar Type:M type handlebar
Brompton Gears3 speed
Brompton MudguardsNo mudguards
Model Year2019

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Brompton B75 - 2019 special edition folding bike

Each year (maybe once, or maybe twice) - Brompton release some special editions 

This one is called the B75 to mark the year the Brompton was launched - 1975, and yes - you did read the price right

It has classic M-type (original version) handlebars and 3-speeds with lower gearing

Brompton B75 edition 3-speed specification:

1. Frame
Main frame - steel
Extremities (front fork and rear triangle) - steel
Folded size: 585mm wide x 565mm tall by 270mm deep

2. Colour
Main frame: Limited edition blue
Extremities: Limited edition blue
Old style gold/bronze brake calipers

3. Handlebars
Older style M-type high rise handlebars as used on the pre-2017 model
Black handlebar grips

4. Gears / drivechain
3 speed BSR - Brompton Sturmey Archer Standard Ratio - rear wheel
Standard chain tensioner
44T front chainring - spider version - silver with black chainguard
96 link Brompton / SRAM chain with powerlink
13T rear sprocket
Non integrated (older version) brake / gear shifters / brake calipers
Non-folding pedals

5. Front luggage system
Mounting lugs for future fitting of a Front carrier block

6. Mudguards
No mudguards - to save weight

7. Roller wheels
Standard roller wheels help keep the bike stable when folded 

8. Tyres / Wheels
B75 tyre - Marathon Racer (they were supposed to be with no reflective stripe - but they do have the standard Marathon Racer tyres)
16 inch (ETRTO size 349) wheels with double wall rim and 28 spokes
Schrader / car type 8mm valve 

9. Saddle
Non-Brompton branded saddle, attached to the seatpost with a standard saddle clamp rather than a pentaclip

10. Seat height
Extended seatpost for riders with an inside leg measurement of up to 35 inches
(If you are shorter - up to 33 inch inside leg - then a standard length seatpost can be fitted at no extra cost)
For very tall riders a telescopic seatpost is available at extra cost 

11. Suspension
White suspension block

12. Lighting / reflectors
Front and rear reflectors 


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Brompton 2019 B75 special edition

Brompton 2019 B75 special edition

The limited edition Brompton B75 - launched in April 2019

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  • Asked by Nigel Hare
    on 30/03/2019
    Can I swap the handlebars to the S-Type handlebars. I know I've got to change the cables etc. Answer:
    The stem would also need to be changed in order for the fold to work perfectly
  • Asked by Nik Din
    on 20/04/2019
    Does the B75 with unfoldable pedals n extended seatpost for the B&W Brompton hard case? Answer:
    The B75 doesn't have folded pedals and and extended seatpost. If you used it with the B&W hard case you would need to remove the pedals and saddle before traveling (though this isn't too much of a difficult job)
  • Asked by a guest
    on 27/04/2019
    What is the difference between the B75 and a standard M3L? Would I save money buying the B75 and then upgrading bits to turn it into an M3L? Answer:
    There are lots of components that are different to the current standard M3L (pedals, bars, gearing, saddle, saddle clip etc). It would depend upon which parts you would want to upgrade as to whether it was worth doing