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** During COVID-19, please call or email to schedule an appointment**
Do you ship Bromptons?
Yes, we ship Bromptons anywhere in the United States at no charge, using UPS Ground (usually 1 day in NY/NJ/CT, 5 days to west coast).
Unfortunately, per the terms of our agreement with Brompton, we cannot ship to a territory where there is already a Brompton dealer or distributor.
Can you ship to my hotel?
If you are traveling to the United States, and would like to arrange for your Brompton to be shipped to a hotel during your stay, please get in touch before you place your order.
Do you collect sales tax?
Sales tax is calculated automatically at check-out based on your shipping address. No sales tax is collected for orders shipped outside New York state.
Can I test ride a Brompton?
Yes! Please visit our shop at 69 Jay Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
What demo bikes do you have?
M6R w/ SP Dynamo Lighting
Do I need an appointment for a test ride?
Please call/text (718) 858-2453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
What are the shop hours?
The shop is open Tuesday through Friday, 12-6 PM, and Saturday 12-5.
How do I get to the shop?
F train to York St. or A/C to High St.
Limited street parking available, numerous garages within walking distance (at 100 Jay and 20 Jay).
How do I get in touch with you?
Call/Text: (718) 858-2453
Do you have the CHPT3?
The CHPT3 (Dave Millar special edition) is not available at this time. Please check us.brompton.com for announcements.
Do you have the Explore edition?
The Explore edition is not available at this time. Please check us.brompton.com for announcements.
Do you have the B75?
The B75 is available exclusively through Brompton's website as a "click and collect order."
At check-out, please choose "Redbeard Bikes" to have your B75 shipped to our shop.
Please note that the B75 and other Bromptons ordered on us.brompton.com are *not* eligible for free shipping.
What is the B75?
The B75 is a no-frills Brompton M3E in Water Blue, with an M-type handlebar, old-style 3-speed shifter, and no fenders/mudguards. The bike has an extended seatpost. The left-hand pedal does not fold, and the saddle is different than the stock Brompton saddle.