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Old 09-18-12, 10:20 AM   #1
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Straight outta Brompton

Whoever said Brommies are for stuffy riders and staid old men?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G62gRmdIBY0

I'd like to know how well the bikes still folded after filming.
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Late on finding that , are we?
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Old 09-18-12, 11:02 AM   #3
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Late on finding that , are we?
Oh no! It's already passe? I'm such the anti-hipster.

So how do I delete this now?
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Oh no! It's already passe? I'm such the anti-hipster.

So how do I delete this now?
Don't worry about it!
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The play on words with 'Compton' was OK.
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I personally give ya' 2 thumbs up for the thread title alone.
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It's actually been used on a shirt...

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I'm not surprised... it's one of those "gimmies" that just falls right into your lap.
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i wanna see them do that kind of riding on a dahon to see if it survives w/o some stress cracks on the hinges or frame or even a bent fork which is made out of soft steel.

don't ask me how i know how soft dahon forks are lol
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