Why You Might Ride the Brompton P-Line More than Other Bikes

Brompton's iconic folding bike gets a makeover to shave weight and enhance portability

Tight on space but still want a bike for getting around town? The new P-Line from foldable stalwart Brompton is the ideal bike for those on the go. You might end up riding this folding bike more than your traditional bike.

Replacing the old, all-titanium Superlight, the P-Line features a ti fork and rear triangle to shave weight to a road bike-esque 21 pounds, without bulking up the price. The new wheelset is now stronger, lighter, and features custom four-speed gearing, and Brompton enhanced portability with new roller wheels and slimmer dimensions. When folded, the P-Line measures in at a mere 24"x11"x26", making it easy to carry onto a train or bus, stash under a desk, or fit into the smallest of studio apartments.

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  • The new P-Line saves about 4lbs over the C-Line Utility model.
  • The rear wheel uses a new hub to accommodate the compact 4-speed drivetrain.
  • A new dual-locking seat post system has two positions, fully down for storing or halfway up for rolling. Steers easier through tight spaces.
  • Starting at $2,750

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