The Amazing Brompton!

Okay, I’ve actually had one of these personally demonstrated for me by my mom’s estate attorney. He rides it to his law office each day, and simply stows it in a small closet while working. So, as we’ve seen prior, a Radical Design Cyclone trailer with a Brompton is a solid duo for folks who want things fast, easy, and tiny. Check out this video:

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2 Responses to The Amazing Brompton!

  1. daytriker says:

    We can only wish Brompton made Recumbent Trikes that folded this small. The Radical Design group also sell a better combination for the Brommie than the Cyclone bag. It’s called the Chummie which is a carry bag for your Brompton & turns into a trailer bag for your back pack. There is hope on the Horizon though & just maybe Trident’s new ultra compact Odyssey Trike with it’s own carry bag is a step closer to the ultimate Travel Trike.

  2. I really like the cyclone I I I setup, I think that it will be the trailer I get for myself for around town. The Bromie would be perfect for my mom.

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