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Old 04-25-09, 11:35 AM   #1
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anyone used a bike-hod on a folder esp brommie

While feeling I am cheating on my existing bikes, I rode a S2L-X today and am infatuated. Inspired by PDR who must live nearish to me.

But no point getting one an loading it up with stuff. I do need to do the shopping now and then.

Anyone experienced one of these - they claim particularly good on folders
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I've ridden a short distance with one behind a 'Dutch bike'. A Bike Hod seemed a fairly common match to a Brompton a few years back. A common arrangement to pick up a friend from the station was folded Brompton on Bike Hod towed to the station, unfold B and both ride back.

I shopped with just a Touring Bag a little more often, rather than a trailer load less frequently. Nowadays my Brompton isn't the primary bike.
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