THE NEW BLACK EDITION BROMPTONS HAVE ARRIVED IN OUR SHOWROOM.
We have ordered most of them with the new Black Lacquer, a smokey finish that cloaks the steel, while still letting it peek through. There is no way to get the full effect of this other than in person. We’re here from 8 a.m to 6 p.m. weekdays and 10-4 Sat. and Sun.
We have Black Edition Bromptons in M, H and S bar configurations, so please do let us know what you’re looking for.
Meet up with fellow Brompton riders and join us for a Flea Market Frolic on Saturday, December 16! (under 8 mi. total, easy paced)
MEETS 11 a.m. sharp at Trophy Bikes (712 N. 2nd St.); we’ll cruise through Chinatown and then South Philly to the infamous PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET at the Bok Building.
We’ll GUARD your neatly-folded Bromptons while you shop for funky gift bargains at one of Philadelphia’s more unusual holiday happenings. The PuNk RoCk FleA* features 100 vendors selling vintage and hand-made goods, clothing, LPs and crafty items.
Afterward, we’ll spin north with our swag along the Delaware River and roll through two of Philadelphia’s newest riverfront pier-parks. FINISHES BACK AT TROPHY BIKES; optional after-beverage hangout at one of the fine local pubs nearby.
ALSO back at Trophy Bikes after the ride: special discounts for all Bromptoneers on any and all Brompton goods in stock. PLUS surprise gifts for the owners of the oldest and newest Bromptons on the ride (per serial numbers!).
NOTE: This is a Brompton-only ride, thanks for your cooperation; helmets and blinky lights, please. • RAIN/SNOW DATE 12/17; wear layers–we re-sked only for snow or rain!
(* Note: entry is $3, BUT the first 10 Bromptoneers to arrive at Trophy get free admission to the Punk Rock Flea Market.)
Greetings: we still have one space left at the Brommie Clinic on Saturday, April 9th.
From 9 a.m. to about 10:30, we will teach the tricks for keeping your Brompton folder bike happy, including how to get that pesky back wheel off (and on again), how to make your drivetrain last longer, and more. This is a hands-on, easy-paced , and FREE class–but you must contact us to reserve. One space left, please email: email@example.com to hold your chair.
The Park TOOL SCHOOL is an all-day workshop that will show your everything involved in a modern derailer bike tune-up. We provide a cheerful instructor, and all the tools & coffee needed to get through a day of skills-building. Class fee of $99 covers it all–and includes a coupon good for 15% off any tool purchase. On SUNDAY, April 10, 11 a.m to 5 p.m. One space left, please call us now to reserve: 215-592-1234.
First up, we have the BROMMIE CLINIC–our hands-on class where we teach you how to keep your Brompton folder bike happy. NEXT ONE IS THIS SATURDAY, Nov. 14th, 9 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. FREE, but you must reserve to hold a space in this small class. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with BROMMIE CLINIC in the subject line to save your spot. NOTE: After class, we’re headed right to the PHILLY TWEED RIDE at the Waterworks at 11 a.m.–so bring a tie and your best thrift store jacket!
THE PARK TOOL SCHOOL is our most popular class–a full day intensive in which we cover everything involved in tuning up and maintaining a modern derailed bike. NEXT CLASS IS SUN., Nov. 15th, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Just $99 covers instructor fee, materials, the Park Big Blue Book of Bike Repair–AND a coupon good for 15% off any tool order. We provide all the tools, coffee and clean rags needed for this detailed class. Spaces limited–call now to enroll at 215.990.9275 during our open hours (8 am to 7 pm weekdays).
Trophy Bikes will be at the Philly Bike Expo Nov. 7-8, & you should be as well! We’ll be showing the latest from BROMPTON and SURLY.
We’ll also have some fun rides.
• Saturday, there is a Brompton Breakfast Roll to the Bike Expo. Meets 9 a.m. sharp inside Amtrak 30th St. Station (at the central info booth). We’ll ramble up and under Philadelphia’s lively center city before winding up at the Expo right around opening. NOTE: your Brompton bicycle gets you into the Expo free, including secure indoor bike parking.
• Sunday morning, DO the BUMP! This challenging ride will tackle a choice selection of Philadelphia’s oldest cobbled, brick-paved, crumbling historic streets. We rumble over the roughest roads in Kensington and Old City before arriving at the Philly Bike Expo. There will be priceless Swag thanks to Surly Bikes. MEETS 8:45 sharp at Trophy Bikes, 712 N. 2nd St. NOTE: we strongly recommend min. tire size of 2″/38mm AND helmet, spare tubes, gloves and sense of humor. Please check in at our FB Events Page!
SURLY SUNDAY AT THE EXPO If you’re riding your Surly bike on Sunday, your ticket is free. Head straight for the heavily-guarded indoor valet bike parking and show them your ticket for free admission.
For all the latest Expo events, click HERE.
The GGBW started out in 1996 as a nostalgic event for riders of classic English roadster 3-speed bicycles, and did pretty well for years, even getting some serious press from the Philadelphia Inquirer HERE. For 2015, we’re opening things up a bit and inviting owners of new machines to attend: That means Brompton folders, Moulton Spaceframes, and of course, the shiny new Pashley roadsters that look as if they rolled straight out of a 1930s factory. If you own an older bicycle, an F-frame Moulton, say, or a Raleigh Supercourse, Clubman or Tourist, we’d like to see you. Ditto if you’re pedaling a Bickerton, Lenton Sports or BSA. If it’s made in the UK and it pedals, the British Bike Weekend will offer you a ride, a cup of tea and something stronger during the Great British Bike & Pub Crawl which starts Saturday afternoon. On Saturday morning, we’ll pay visits by bicycle to three Philadelphia shops with strong UK connections: Via Bicycle, Firth & Wilson, and Trophy Bikes. All events start/finish close to center city Philadelphia. Please visit/like/share our Facebook Event page for a full schedule and to RSVP! Oh, and please note that workshops are open to all, but for our rides, we ask that you be aboard an English-made bicycle; thanks for your cooperation in that respect.
With Kind Regards, — Michael McGettigan / Trophy Bikes, LLC