Bickerton Portables are back

I remember growing up with these bikes being around the place. Often the choice of yachtsmen that landed ashore in Falmouth, cruising the high street in oil skins on a Bickerton. Equally city folk used them to negotiate the transport of a metro area. Bickerton are a very English brand and it’s good to have them back. They have a full range of foldable bikes for 2014 and will be launching at the London Cycle Show. I’m a fan of foldable transport and when they look this nice it’s hard not to want one. More details to follow, in the meantime show them some love on Facebook, where you can catch up with this remerging heritage brand – here.

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