Our popular hands-on Brompton repair class is coming up. Join us on Sat., Feb. 25, 10:15-11:30-ish for and learn all the basics of keeping your folder running well. This is a small workshop, register now to hold down your spot. We provide all the tools, just bring your Brompton.
COVID-19 NOTICE: All participants will be required to present proof of vax and recent booster. Thanks for your understanding in this matter of public health.
This is the new BROMPTON P LINE – successor to the original Superlight series. Like the Superlight, it has a titanium fork and rear triangle. BUT it also has a new 4-speed drivetrain, lighter wheels, and numerous other improvements. It’s LIGHT and it doesn’t give up a speck of what we love about Bromptons. Their factory in West London built a lot of these, but not exactly too many. Come by the shop* for a test ride and do not tarry if you want a Performance Brompton before it snows. Thank you.
Trophy Bikes is now at 133 S. 23rd St. just west of Rittenhouse Square (we’re now BROMPTON-ONLY) and we’re open Wed-Sat., noon to 6 p.m.
RACE YOUR BROMPTON on a world-class course, in beautiful Doylestown PA.
The Bucks County Classic is a full day of pro road bike racing – and now, for the first time ever, they’ve turned over their beautiful racecourse to Brompton folders at midday! Register online (link below) , or on race day at 11:30 a.m. RACE STARTS 12:30 p.m., exactly.
Coming from Philadelphia?MEET UP at 30th Street Station, 9 a.m. sharp on race day. We will hop the 9:16 SEPTA train to Doylestown. The last car on the train is the designated BROMPTON CAR.
More about the Brompton Burst: it will have great prizes for top woman and man finishers, and for BEST-DRESSED. ALL RIDERS must wear business attire, and the race kicks off with a Le Mans running start to your folded Brompton bicycle!
ALL BROMPTON RACERS invited back to the Brompton tent for complimentary drinks and lunch afterward, and to watch the Bucks County Classic pro riders battle it out. What else? Oh! There’s an arts fest around the corner in this lovely small town – bring family and friends for a great day out. REGISTER/MORE INFO HERE
This Saturday, 11 August, we invite Brompton bike riders to join us in a “top-down” tour of the Philly Free Streets day. Philly Free Streets, now in its 3rd year, will turn Broad Street, from City Hall to Erie Avenue, into a car-free zone from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Our event will take advantage of the Brompton’s unique fold to take SEPTA up to the north end of Open Streets. We will meet at La Colombe Coffee Penn Square, on the SW corner of City Hall at 10 a.m. sharp. First, a quick lap around City Hall, then down into a cool, rumbling Broad Street subway car, which will rocket us to Broad and Erie in 16 minutes!
We’ll unfold and pedal back down 100% car-free North Broad Street to City Hall (4.6 miles, easy pace, lots of stops for photos) …and maybe a post-ride beverage at nearby Fergie’s Pub.
The ride is FREE (please bring $2.50 or your SEPTA KEY for the subway trip), but because of space considerations–Brompton bikes only, please. • • RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with BUBS in the subject line to help us know how many Brompton riders to expect. THANKS!
Get that winter muck off yer Brompton folder at the Brommie Wash. From 11 to 2 on Sat., March 17, we’ll give your faithful bike a splash, a scrub and some chain lube too. You can help if you wish (we’ll give you gloves) or just cheer from the sidelines and yell, “You missed a spot!” from time to time. If it’s warm enough, we’ll go for a quick ride at 2 p.m., so bring a helmet and some money for a beer. Cheers!
Get a FREE* wash, rinse + chain lube for your faithful machine this SATURDAY. ALSO: free safety inspections + other specials in the shop! First-come / First-served *NOTE: we will accept TIPS––100% of tips donated to the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia.