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Old 11-19-09, 10:28 PM
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Brompton 2010 New Accessories & Parts

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https://road.cc/content/news/9085-cyc...-products-2010
Here is a brief overview of the 2010 Brompton Bike new accessories & parts.
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Old 11-20-09, 01:53 AM
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Sorry Folder Fanatic, we discussed this here:
https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...010&highlight=
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Old 11-20-09, 02:02 AM
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Sorry FF, repost. Take care.
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Sorry FF, repost. Take care.
yeah and whats also new no raw lacquer anymore, and thats also a repost too, but forgive me in my grief...
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yeah and whats also new no raw lacquer anymore, and thats also a repost too, but forgive me in my grief...
Don't grieve too long Gringo Gus. I posed the question of "No More Raw Lacquer For Brompton?" on another probably more knowledgeable thread over at Brompton Talk Forum right here:

https://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group.../message/56045

And I got some surprising responses to my inquiry. So to all of you getting a bit picky about reposts.....well, my thoughts on the matter is very simple. Rather than being quick to point these occaisional ones out
or single out these "misprints," "mistakes," or whatever, I prefer to ask and probe more deeply into the topics and find out what is exactly is going on. With Raw Lacquer, perhaps you were led to believe that this
colour option will be no longer offered? I suggest that you go back to your Brompton Dealer and ask again. According to Brompton Talk members, this is a temporary problem. But I have a feeling that it will be
a long wait should you decide to go ahead and wait for your dream bike becoming a reality.
Or better yet, just contact Brompton Bicycles directly on their "Contact" page before you give up completely:

https://www.brompton.co.uk/pages/contact.asp
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Originally Posted by gringo_gus View Post
yeah and whats also new no raw lacquer anymore, and thats also a repost too, but forgive me in my grief...
Don't grieve too long Gringo Gus. I posed your question of "No More Raw Lacquer For Brompton?" on another probably more knowledgeable thread over at Brompton Talk Forum right here:

https://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group.../message/56045

And I got some surprising responses to my inquiry. So to all of you getting a bit picky about reposts.....well, my thoughts on the matter is very simple. Rather than being quick to point these occaisional ones out
or single out these "misprints," "mistakes," "misspellings" or whatever, I prefer use my time better than that to ask and probe more deeply into the topics and find out what is exactly is going on. With Raw Lacquer, perhaps you were led to believe that this
colour option will be no longer offered? I suggest that you go back to your Brompton Dealer and ask again. According to Brompton Talk members, this is a temporary problem. But I have a feeling that it will be
a long wait should you decide to go ahead and wait for your dream bike becoming a reality.

Or better yet, just contact Brompton Bicycles directly on their "Contact" page before you give up completely:

https://www.brompton.co.uk/pages/contact.asp
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I found a few more links:
https://www.bikeradar.com/news/article/cycle-show-09-new-lights-and-luggage-from-brompton-23529
https://www.bikerumor.com/2009/10/21/new-messenger-bags-from-brompton/
I’m still looking for photos of the new flight case.

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Originally Posted by folder fanatic View Post
Don't grieve too long Gringo Gus. I posed your question of "No More Raw Lacquer For Brompton?" on another probably more knowledgeable thread over at Brompton Talk Forum right here:

https://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group.../message/56045

And I got some surprising responses to my inquiry. So to all of you getting a bit picky about reposts.....well, my thoughts on the matter is very simple. Rather than being quick to point these occaisional ones out
or single out these "misprints," "mistakes," "misspellings" or whatever, I prefer use my time better than that to ask and probe more deeply into the topics and find out what is exactly is going on. With Raw Lacquer, perhaps you were led to believe that this
colour option will be no longer offered? I suggest that you go back to your Brompton Dealer and ask again. According to Brompton Talk members, this is a temporary problem. But I have a feeling that it will be
a long wait should you decide to go ahead and wait for your dream bike becoming a reality.

Or better yet, just contact Brompton Bicycles directly on their "Contact" page before you give up completely:

https://www.brompton.co.uk/pages/contact.asp
Well, if I can be frank, here's the thing. I already paid a cash deposit on a raw lacquer bike. I also entered into a credit agreement for a lot of money to buy a raw lacquer bike. My credit agreement is with a separate organization to the LBS selling me the bike, and to Brompton. Installments already being deducted. Now having signed in blood metaphorically speaking I can't back out of the credit agreement. If I could hire a lawyer I could with the LBS, but I trust and like them.

So, Brompton has let me down,and no one is offering me a discount or anything. And, you know what, I could live with that too. Indeed I have, and have ordered another colour. But, you know what too, it tells me that, in the words of some like it hot, nobody's perfect; and I love my Dahon Speed TR. Doesn't fold as small as a Tomtbron. So, not only is it apples and oranges in actual bikes, but in the service delivered by suppliers too.

I also don't care whats on some Yahoo group, and I shouldn't have to. And if Brompton insists with dealing through dealers, I shouldn't have to contact Brompton directly.
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Originally Posted by gringo_gus View Post
Well, if I can be frank, here's the thing. I already paid a cash deposit on a raw lacquer bike. I also entered into a credit agreement for a lot of money to buy a raw lacquer bike. My credit agreement is with a separate organization to the LBS selling me the bike, and to Brompton. Installments already being deducted. Now having signed in blood metaphorically speaking I can't back out of the credit agreement. If I could hire a lawyer I could with the LBS, but I trust and like them.

So, Brompton has let me down,and no one is offering me a discount or anything. And, you know what, I could live with that too. Indeed I have, and have ordered another colour. But, you know what too, it tells me that, in the words of some like it hot, nobody's perfect; and I love my Dahon Speed TR. Doesn't fold as small as a Tomtbron. So, not only is it apples and oranges in actual bikes, but in the service delivered by suppliers too.

I also don't care whats on some Yahoo group, and I shouldn't have to. And if Brompton insists with dealing through dealers, I shouldn't have to contact Brompton directly.
Can I apologize for that last sentence which is rude, and particularly as FF was trying to help. I am
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