ALUMINUM REAR AXLE - 2 SPEED
There's a certain type of cyclist who cares about weight - like, really, really cares. If they've done all the titanium modifications possible to their Brompton and are looking to save even more weight, the Brompfication Aluminum Axle is a great addition to their bike.
Made of 7075 T6 aluminum, this rear axle for 2-speed Bromptons weighs in at 24 grams - a whole 45 grams lighter than Brompton's stock standard part. To mount the axle to the hub, follow the instructions on Brompfication's video and use a spacer with 10mm hole to support the hub during install.
- Brompfication Aluminum Axle for 2-Speed Rear Hubs
- CNC machined from high grade 7075 T6 Aluminum
- Saves 45 grams of weight on the bike when compared with Brompton's stock standard part
- Weight: 24g
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About Brompfication: Brompfication was formed by the Danish Brompton fanatic Peter Griebel in September 2010 and was the first company to specialize in producing parts for modifying and tuning your Brompton. The idea behind the company is to design and produce modifications for Brompton folding bikes with a simple design, that are functional, lightweight and durable.
While still a small business their passion for improving Brompton bikes have made them a widely known name in Brompton circles throughout the world. Their first product was the awesome Hinge Clamp Set that not only makes folding your bike even easier but saves weight too. Since then many new products have been developed and are all still made in small batches by family run CNC shops in Thailand.