Brompton Borough Basket Bag, Liberty, with frame – Red


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About the Brompton Borough Basket Bag with Liberty Fabric A true all-rounder, ideal for a trip to the shops, your daily commute, or weekend day trips. Simplicity in design, with excellent function, the basket features a folding brace system making for exceptionally compact storage when not in use, a zipped internal pocket (great for valuables) and padded carry handle. The Thorpe pattern Liberty design, reminiscent of Liberty's 1930s floral print, is printed on a durable polyester, ready for everyday cycling with a distinctly London style. The basket beats all other bags for dropping items in and out with minimal fuss. Liberty is one of the world's most iconic and best-loved brands, feted and used by many leading brands and fashion houses for nearly 150 years. Liberty fabric is the product of a bespoke production process; hand drawn or painted by the in house design team in London, then transformed onto fabric at Liberty's own printing mill near Lake Como in Italy. The Liberty print we selected for this collection is called Thorpe, and is named after the Australian artist John Hall Thorpe, whose paintings from the early 1900s provided inspiration for this design. It was created in 1968 and uses dense small flowers reminiscent of classic Liberty prints from the 1930s. Thorpe was one of the original designs featured in Liberty's first Classics Collection in 1979. Key Features Capacity (litres) 23Dimensions (cm) w40 x h30 x d20Colour: Liberty Fabric Thorpe pattern600D Printed Polyester / 1000D Nylon1500mm PU Coating & C6 DWR finish Webbing attachment loops Glove friendly zip pulls & YKK zippers Nifco cam locks Reflective branded patch detail About Brompton The iconic Brompton folding bike has been handmade in London since 1975. These ultra-compact bikes are the ultimate city cycles – small wheels allow for fast acceleration and nimble handling through traffic, and its unique ability to be stowed away neatly mean it is welcome on UK public transport. Not only i