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Brompton BSR rear wheel with Brompton / Sturmey Archer 3 speed hub gear
We have 2 left in stock in stock
Warning: Last few in stock!
This rear wheel is the result of colaboration between Brompton and Sturmey Archer - it's the wheel used on standard 3 speed Brompton folding bikes
This wheels is only available in silver (the BWR - wide ratio, front wheel and single / two speed rear wheels are also available in black)
Please note: This is the BSR (Brompton standard ratio) wheel only.
What's included in the package:
the Brompton sprocket stack is a separate item (not included) and can be found on the "related stuff" tab - this is because there is a choice of a 13T or 14T sprocket set as standard from Brompton. You may also wish to reuse your existing sprockets
Brompton 2020 Q part code: Q101665
Brompton Q part code: QRW3SS-SA
Brompton part number: 9025039
Valve hole for 8mm Schrader / car type valve
Made for Brompton by Sturmey Archer
The BSR - Brompton Standard Ratio rear wheel was introduced in 2009
We made this short video to show how the sprocket stack (chain guard / sprocket and circlip) are installed on the Brompton 3 speed BSR (Brompton Standard Ratio) rear wheel
And this video on how to remove the sprocket set from this wheel
And this video shows how to set up the Brompton hub gears
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