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Brompton replacement decal - standard - Black



Brompton replacement self-adhesive decal - Black

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Brompton standard black decal

Self adhesive Brompton logo / decal sticker in black.

(Note: This is not for bikes with a black frame - you won't be able to see the logo)

This is the new 2016 logo with "BROMPTON" on both sides. It is now in 2 parts, but thanks to a removable adhesive backing is easier to fit.

Tip: Use an alcohol rub to get a good / clean surface preparation
Tip: Don't drop on the floor - it's bound to fall sticky side down and pick up dirt! 

Previously the logo had "BROMPTON / Made in England" on one half and the three part folding sequence on the other.

Brompton Q part code: QDECAL-BK
Old Brompton Q part code (pre-2015): QDECALBK
Brompton part number: 9018185 

We created a simple installation video for the Brompton decal below:



What he said

Just do what Richard C wrote - worked a treat


    How I changed the decal

    I removed the original decals by gently picking and lifting one the the corners. I then wiped the area around the edges where the original decals were with cotton wool and alcohol. Then wiped again with kitchen roll. If you look at the stock image you will notice a V shape cut at both ends. Don’t remove the bottom backing yet. Place the new decal on the frame, line it up up on the top of the frame and I made a faint pencil mark along the edge of both V shapes. Check that you are happy that is lined up correctly. Remove the bottom sticker backing and hold the decal top left and bottom right. Now line up the V shapes of the decal with the V shaped pencil marks. If you hold it flat above the frame you can line it up better. You can easily lift it on and off until the Vs are lined up. Now wipe the top layer from the top center outwards across and then downwards to make sure the sticker is flat and no air bubbles. Gently remove the top layer, rubbing side to side, I did it from the bottom of the decal to the top on one side then on the other side so that the top layer comes away at the top of the frame. I hope that helps.


      Excellent Replacement Decal

      The 2 replacement decals have made my Brompton look like a new bike. It is important to plan how to replace the original before starting. With the old decal in place I put a piece of tape alongside the forward vertical edge of the old decal before it was removed so that the replacement would be placed at the correct angle. I then removed the old decal heating it slightly with a heat gun just to soften the backing glue. I then cleaned the bar with mineralised methylated spirit. I removed the new sticker taking care to align the forward edge with the tape. I then worked back along the new decal pressing the centre all the way along then working back from the centre to the edge ensuring there were no air bubbles. Using the seat centre pin hole I marked a centre line so that the decal on the other side would be the same distance from the centre as the new one already in place. I then placed the new decal along the tape edge as I did for the first sticker, ensuring it was the same distance from the centre line as the one in place. Fix as before. When in place rub off the line up marks. The new decals should be the same on both sides in terms of angle and distance from the centre of the bar. Good luck!



        The decal came and it's completely black which looks rubbish on a white frame. Waste of money


          great decal

          Maybe not the easiest thing to stick on, but not that difficult. I ordered it and it was send to me ASAP. Great service

          • 1 out of 1 people found this review useful.

          Good quality decal, bit fiddly to get it on until you've done a

          It's a shame that the other, earlier decals aren't also available as this one is quite small in comparison. It's also different on each side, unlike the earlier bikes which just said 'Brompton' on both sides. I line it up with the little hole in the frame where the seat post slots in and start to peel back the backing, just half a centimetre at this point. Keeping the decal as close to the frame as I can I work forwards along the centre line of the bike, pulling the backing off under the decal as I go, pressing lightly along the centre line, but leaving the corners unstuck. When I reach the front, the backing is pulled away completely and the sticker is hopefully lying along the centre line. If it's way out you can still lift it up at this stage and reposition. The main thing is to avoid touching the sticky back and getting your fingerprints on it. Now press the centre line down firmly and slowly work outwards on each side to the edges, pressing down firmly as you go to eliminate bubbles or creases. If bubbles do appear you can prick them with a pin and press them out, but normally they aren't a problem. Finish by pressing down the corners, rubbing away from the decal. Good as new!

          • 2 out of 2 people found this review useful.

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          Brompton replacement decal - standard - Black

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          Brompton replacement self-adhesive decal - Black

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          • Asked by mark watson
            on 09/04/2019
            hi I am looking for the old style Brompton frame decal in silver ie the one piece version what say Brompton on one side do you have any in stock thanks mark Answer:
            Unfortunately we have none of the old style ones left