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For buying and selling folding and micro bicycles. Completely free to use! You can also link to your Ebay auctions etc. For non-commercial use only, and no fakes please.

Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby Garry on Tue Jan 01, 2008 6:08 pm

Hello everyone!

I am Garry, I'm the owner and administrator of this forum. It has been launched in response to strong demand and the success of my other forums, http://www.abikecentral.com and http://www.stridaforum.com.

I'm not posting a set of rules, as I prefer to keep things simple. Basically, just be nice to each other, and note that all spammers will be banned without mercy or appeal. :D
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby foldingANDOX on Fri Aug 08, 2008 11:46 am

Hi Garry,

cool forum, amazing topics......

go big !

foldingANDOX from Italy
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby Malcolm45 on Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:56 pm

Hi Garry, I am hoping to get a folding bike to help me lose weight and get fitter. The problem is that years ago I damaged my spine, this has left me lots of pain when walking, cycling would I think be a lot better for me as my spine will not be straight, which is better for me.
Next problem is my weight - 17 stone, slowly going down, which rules out bikes like the A bike, also don't want to spend a lot at in case it doesn't work out for me, any suggestions?
Many thanks, Malcolm.
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby Amuro Lee on Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:09 pm

Hi Malcolm,

I think the most suitable folding bike for you is a folding recumbent bike but it may be quite expensive. :roll:
http://www.hpvelotechnik.com/produkte/ghp/index_e.html

Best regards,

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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby Bill Reynolds on Sat Mar 23, 2013 7:13 pm

Just joined this forum and tried to send in a first message. When I clicked the message to post it I got a message in red saying the user name...Bill Reynolds was already being used! However on checking the members list I find I am the ONLY ...'Bill Reynolds' What's going on here??
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby cheryllocascio on Tue Oct 21, 2014 8:59 am

I am a newbie to this forum and I am here to get and learn more.
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Found This Brompton E

Postby Oliver MP on Thu Mar 12, 2015 3:51 pm

I just found this regarding Brompton Electric Conversion......looks OK. Anyone
got any experience turning Bromptons Electric?

http://www.electricbikemag.co.uk/showSt ... orynum=245
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby tiberiustrettin on Wed Nov 23, 2016 11:58 am

Hello, I am Tiberius Trettin. I really love to join this forum because I came here to share & Get knowledge, information .
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby Lightshipman on Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:00 pm

Hi, my name is Andy, I have had a Brompton for just over two months, think it is the best thing since sliced bread, really enjoying mine, have modified a small trailer to tow for my Jack Russell dog, together we have covered about 350 miles.
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Re: Welcome to foldingforum.com

Postby BromptonRail on Mon Feb 20, 2017 4:33 pm

Hi!

I'm Martin and I've just joined, thanks for accepting me.

First Brompton was in 1993, a red 3 speed, bought from Castle Cycles in Newark, Notts. Sadly they are no longer there.

Since then I have bought 11 Bromies in total with the latest a fetching grey lightweight (Ti) H model with reduced gearing 6 speeds. I'm liking the 2017 combined gear/brake levers, as well as the new front headlamp. Great. Most of the previous Bromies have been sold on, though I do have a much updated 2006 model which even has a titanium seatpost!

I've even tried a Nano Brompton, purchased from some really helpful folks at their Leamington Spa workshops. However it wasn't really my scene and It has gone. Electric bikes are heavy (think motor and battery) and I prefer, at 75, to pedal myself along. I do have an electric Gazelle which is brilliant for a supermarket shop.
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