Brompton Sport Bag for shopping and commuting! A few days ago before the weather got rainy and muddy, I used my Brompton Sport Bag to go shopping. I attached this handy bag to the luggage block on the front of my Brompton folding bike, and off I rode.

The nice thing about the Brompton Sport Bag is that it attaches to the front luggage block on the Brompton. This allows it to hold your personal belongings or groceries without interfering with steering. There’s also a nice platform that allows it to stand up while not I use. And has a metal frame to keep the bag from sagging while fully loaded or resting on the ground. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
The nice thing about the Brompton Sport Bag is that it attaches to the front luggage block on the Brompton. This allows it to hold your personal belongings or groceries without interfering with steering. There’s also a nice platform that allows it to stand up while not in use. And has a metal frame to keep the bag from sagging while fully loaded or resting on the ground. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
Inside the bag is a large pocket that has plenty of room to hole your groceries. I had two cartons of liquid eggs, two dark chocolate bars, three cans of tuna, and a bottle of ketchup. During commutes I bring my rain jacket, cycling gloves, clear cycling glasses and even my tablet that fits into the laptop pocket. For even more space, the top flap can be removed allowing you to use the bag as a basket. @bromptonbicycles @bromptonusa
Inside the bag is a large pocket that has plenty of room to hold your groceries. I had two cartons of liquid eggs, two dark chocolate bars, three cans of tuna, and a bottle of ketchup. During commutes I bring my rain jacket, cycling gloves, clear cycling glasses and even my tablet that fits into the laptop pocket. For even more space, the top flap can be removed allowing you to use the bag as a basket. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
When fully loaded, the handle on the top of the bag makes it easier to clip and unclip the bag from the luggage block. This is a nice feature to have instead of just having a shoulder strap, that’s fully adjustable just in case you have to carry the bag for any distance. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
When fully loaded, the handle on the top of the bag makes it easier to clip and unclip the bag from the luggage block. This is a nice feature to have instead of just having a shoulder strap, that’s fully adjustable just in case you have to carry the bag for any distance. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
I’m a huge fan of the front pocket on the Brompton Sport Bag. This is where I keep the shoulder strap to the OffYerBike handle that I use to carry my Brompton bike when it’s folded. It’s also a great place to keep your wallet, keys or cell phone. @offyerbike @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
I’m a huge fan of the front pocket on the Brompton Sport Bag. This is where I keep the shoulder strap to the Off yer bike handle that I use to carry my Brompton bike when it’s folded. It’s also a great place to keep your wallet, keys or cell phone. @offyerbike @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
On the backside of the Brompton bag are two pockets, one on each side. These are great pockets to keep change and other items. Or to put water bottles for longer commutes. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
On the backside of the Brompton bag are two pockets, one on each side. These are great pockets to keep change and other items. Or to put water bottles for longer commutes. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
For rainy days there’s a pocket containing a waterproof cover, that’s also reflective for riding at night. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa
For rainy days there’s a pocket containing a waterproof cover, that’s also reflective for riding at night. @bromptonbicycle @bromptonusa

Brompton bicycle does have many other types of bags to choose from. Some are larger but won’t fit the S-type bars on my Brompton. Others are smaller, but I find the size of the Sport bag just right.

You can find a large variety of bags from reputable shops such as Clever Cycles in Portland, Oregon.

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