In this featured video, 2Bikes4Adventure is going to tell you about Brompton Handlebar and Seatpost Selection.
Here’s what 2Bikes4Adventure has to say about the Brompton Handlebar and Seatpost Selection
How to select your Brompton handlebar and seatpost for optimal cycling comfort and performance.
If your local bike shop doesn’t have Brompton demonstrators or if you intend to order online, you may use this graphic in this video (6:30) as a quick reference guide. A copy is available on our Facebook page.
Watch the video for complete details
- 00:00 – Introduction
- 00:19 – Generic bicycle frame selection
- 01:00 – Brompton Frame
- 01:28 – Seatpost Selection
- 01:32 – Regular Seatpost
- 01:45 – Extended Seatpost
- 02:00 – Telescopic Seatpost
- 03:22 – Pentaclip inversion
- 03:40 – Handlebar Selection
- 04:23 – S-Type Handlebar
- 04:37 – M-Type Handlebar
- 04:50 – H-Type Handlebar
- 05:24 – Saddle to Bar drop vs Inseam
- 06:30 – Predicting your Saddle to Bar drop prior to purchase
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2Bikes4Adventure is a YouTube channel created by Pam and Gilbert. They’ve been making videos as souvenirs of their cycling adventures since 2008.
They believe that you can travel the world on bicycle without quitting your day job. They’ve figured out ways to make this work for them and every year they refine their system.
- Destination based
- One way travel
- Pack light
Solution: folding bikes
They hope their touring videos give you some impressions of what fun it is to travel by bike.