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Lightest Folding Bikes: 16 Lightweight Foldable Bikes

Lightweight Folding Bikes

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Folding bikes have come a long way since they first came onto the scene. Early foldable bikes were known for being tough to ride, difficult to fold and, above all, were heavy to carry.

Luckily for commuters, the technology has improved greatly since and manufacturers started to invest in new technology that could create super compact and lightweight bikes that could be ridden and then folded up into convenient hand luggage.

Since the technology has come such a long way we thought we would write about it and take a look at some of the best light foldable bikes we could find.

So, if you want to get straight into it, here are the 16 lightest folding bikes currently available.

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Lightest Folding Bikes (Top 16)

  1. WEIGHT: 6.9KG (15LB)

    Hummingbird Single-Speed

    The lightest folding bike in the world right now.

  2. WEIGHT: 7.45KG (16lb)

    Brompton T Line

    The lightest Brompton bike currently available.

  3. austin cycle atto

    WEIGHT: 8.3KG (18.3LB)

    Austin Atto

    British made lightweight folding bike with carbon belt drive.

  4. WEIGHT: 8.36KG (18LB)

    Dahon K3

    An extremely lightweight foldable bike with tiny wheels.

  5. WEIGHT: 8.9 KG (19.6LB)

    Helix Ultralight 1 Speed

    Canadian made premium folding bicycle with ultralight components and big wheels.

  6. WEIGHT: 10.2KG (22LB)

    Tern Verge X11

    A stylish lightweight fold-up that performs better than most.

  7. hummingbird folding e-bike

    WEIGHT: 10.3 KG (22.7LB)

    Hummingbird Folding Electric Bike (Gen 2.0)

    The lightest folding e-bike in the world.

  8. zizzo liberte

    WEIGHT: 10.4 KG (23LB)

    Zizzo Liberté

    Lightweight folding bike that’s a great short distance commuter.

  9. vello rocky titanium folding bike

    WEIGHT: 10.9 KG (24LB)

    Vello Rocky Titanium

    Lightweight folding bicycle that can handle off road conditions.

  10. zizzo urbano bike

    WEIGHT: 10.9KG (24LB)

    Zizzo Urbano

    Budget friendly folding bike built for comfort.

  11. WEIGHT: 11.26KG (24LB)

    Brompton Superlight M6L

    Brompton’s orginal lightweight folding bike.

  12. WEIGHT: 11.4KG (25LB)

    Dahon Mu Uno

    A simple lightweight folding bike.

  13. WEIGHT: 11.55KG (25LB)

    FabricBike Folding

    One of the cheapest lightweight folding bikes out there.

  14. WEIGHT: 11.6KG (25LB)

    Brompton M3L

    A Brompton classic with a lightweight design

  15. WEIGHT: 11.7 KG (25LB)

    Tern Verge P10

    A light folding bike with a 10-speed drive.

  16. WEIGHT: 11.9 KG (25LB)

    BTwin Tilt 900

    Bargain! Lightweight but still boasts 9-speed drive, built-in lights and fenders.

The Benefits of Choosing a Light Fold-Up Bike

If you are a commuter, whether that be by train, foot or in the car, your journey could be made much faster and much more enjoyable with a bike. You don’t even need to worry about space, storage or any extra fees on trains by choosing a great lightweight folding bike

There is more to folding bicycles though so let’s take a look at some of the benefits of owning one:

1. A Folding Bike Can Make Your Train or Bus Commute Much Easier

Not many of us are lucky enough to live right next to a train station which means that if you take the train to work then you are still likely to have a bit of a walk or drive to get to the station.

A folding bike can make this extra commuting time far quicker and easier. Just hop on your bike and ride to the station and then fold it up and carry it onto the train. It takes up minimal space and you won’t have to worry about making sure you are in the bike carriage on the train.

Man demonstrating how to fold a lightweight foldable bike. Image Credit: Canva Pro

2. Light Foldable Bikes Are Easy to Fit In Your Car

Folding bikes aren’t just for trains and buses. You could cut down on some of your commuting time (and even save money on parking) by taking the car part of the way and then parking and grabbing your folding bike out of the boot for the rest of your trip through congested traffic. This is great for more than just a work commute. You can enjoy a great day out with a bike ride but without having to have bike racks attached to your car or for popping to the shops.

3. Folding Bikes Are Easy to Store

Whether it’s at home, the office, or even the gym if your bike folds up small enough then it won’t even be noticed. Pop it into a large locker or under your desk while out and then at home you can fold up the bike and keep it handy in the hallway or in a cupboard. These take up much less space than a traditional bike which is perfect for most homes.

Best Lightweight Folding Bikes for Adults

1Hummingbird Single-Speed Folding Bike6.9KG (15LB)
2Brompton T Line7.45KG (16lb)
3Austin Atto8.3KG (18.3LB)
4Dahon K38.36KG (18LB)
5Helix Ultralight 1 Speed8.9 KG (19.6LB)
6Tern Verge X1110.2KG (22LB)
7Hummingbird Folding Electric Bike (Gen 2.0)10.3 KG (22.7LB)
8Zizzo Liberté10.4 KG (23LB)
9Vello Rocky Titanium10.9 KG (24LB)
10Zizzo Urbano 10.9KG (24LB)
11Brompton Superlight M6L11.26KG (24LB)
12Dahon Mu Uno11.4KG (25LB)
13FabricBike Folding 11.55KG (25LB)
14Brompton M3L11.6KG (25LB)
15Tern Verge P1011.7 KG (25LB)
16B’Twin Tilt 90011.9 KG (25LB)

Lightest Folding Bike in the World:

1. Hummingbird Single-Speed Folding Bike

  • UK Flag £3,495
  • US Flag $4,280
  • EU Flag €3,330

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 6.9 kg
  • Wheel Size: 14”
  • Folded Size: 117 x 60 x 20 cm
  • Gears: Single Speed

Lightest folding bike

Solid acceleration and good brakes

Easy to fold

Weighing in at just 6.9kg, the Hummingbird Single-Speed is the lightest folding bike in the world.

Hummingbird launched in 2015 and a couple of years later had a successful Kickstart campaign to create the lightest folding bike around.

They’ve achieved this incredibly low weight thanks to a mixture of high-tech and minimalism. A carbon fibre frame is key to this bike’s lightness – while nearly all of the bike’s components are also made from carbon.

But just because it’s light, Hummingbird have still produced a high-performing folding bike with solid acceleration and good brakes thanks to its carbon tri-spoke mag wheel.

Importantly, as well as being extremely easy to carry, the Hummingbird is also easy to fold, and takes less than five seconds to do so. However, it should be noted that the Hummingbird isn’t as compact as a Brompton Bike – for example – when folded down and remains a bit long (although narrow, too). Nevertheless, bike is very easy to carry around and you shouldn’t have a problem carrying it on a train, either.

Hummingbird is handmade in the UK, but they do ship internationally (including to the USA), although be prepared to pay customs fees upon arrival if so.

Lightest Brompton Folding Bike:

2. Brompton T Line

  • UK Flag £3,770
  • US Flag $4,795
  • EU Flag €4,360

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 7.45 kg
  • Wheel Size: 16”
  • Folded Size: 64.5 x 58.5 x 27 cm
  • Gears: Single Speed

Featherweight Brompton T Line

Uses aluminium frame and carbon parts

Single speed and 4-Speed Models

Released in 2022, the featherweight Brompton T Line is the comfortable the lightest Brompton bike ever, weighing it at 7.45kg.

This is a completely redesigned Brompton, with only the breaking system being carried over from previous models. However, if you’re a Brompton fan – don’t worry – the folding mechanism is the same.

Rather than using steel as commonly found on Brompton Bikes, the Brompton T Line uses an aluminium frame and other lightweight carbon parts.

The Brompton T-Line has two models available: “One” – a single speed model weighing just 7.45kg, and “Urban” – a 4-speed version weigh in a little bit more at 7.95kg.

Premium Light Folding Bike:

3. Austin Cycle Atto

austin cycle atto bike
austin cycle atto bike colours
  • UK Flag £3,550
  • US Flag $4,391
  • EU Flag €4,220

Prices are approximate

  • Weight:  8.2kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 82 x 59 x 36cm
  • Gears: Single-Speed (11 Speed option available)

Carbon fibre

Concealed mess-free drivechain

Sitting comfortably in the premium area of lightweight folding bicycles, we have the Atto from Austin.

Revolutionary for urban cyclists, the Atto is a quiet and refined folding bicycle. Thanks to the Gates carbon belt, you can also get to where you need to be without the mess of a chain.

Built largely of high-grade Toray carbon fibre, it’s no wonder that this foldie comes in at just over 8kg. You’ve also got the choice for a geared version, but expect a significant increase in weight and price.

With a single folding mechanism in the centre that locks securely, you’ll see that the transition from pedestrian to cyclist and back again is seamless and fast, clocking in at under 10 seconds. This means you can spend less time folding your bike and more time using it.

Functional and Lightweight Foldable Bike:

4. Dahon K3

  • UK Flag £699
  • US Flag $520
  • EU Flag €699

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 8.36 kg
  • Wheel Size: 14”
  • Folded Size: 86 x 40 x 93cm
  • Gears: 3-Speed

Three-speed bike

Lightest Dahon folding bike

Dahon has a range of lightweight folding bikes – which we’ll also cover in this guide – but by far the lightest Dahon folding bike currently available in the Dahon K3, which weighs just 8.1kg.

Impressively, the K3 is actually a three-speed bike – so although it’s light, it’s not sacrificing all of its functionality.

Made from an aluminium frame, the Dahon K3 is one of the best budget lightweight folding bikes around and is well-worth a consideration for any multi-modal commuter.

Admittedly, it won’t have the zip of a Brompton as it has just 14” wheels, but it is a solid option for short rides nonetheless.

Trailblazing Lightweight Foldable Bike:

5. Helix Ultralight 1 Speed

helix ultralight 1 speed folding bike
helix ultralight 1 speed bike folded
helix ultralight 1 speed bike
  • UK Flag £3,190
  • US Flag $3,990
  • EU Flag €3,720

Prices are approximate

  • Weight:  8.9kg
  • Wheel Size: 24”
  • Folded Size: 60 x 71 x 27cm
  • Gears: Single Speed (Other options available)

Industry leading lightweight components

Quick release lightweight pedals

Big wheels

The Ultralight from Helix; the clean, compact and extremely lightweight folding bike. With its 24″ wheels, it rides comfortably without compromising on it weight.

Helix is trailblazing when it comes to innovative production in folding bikes. Using laser-cutting and robotic TIG welding for its titanium tubes (both reportedly industry firsts), the Ultralight is made with a precision that is seemingly unmatched. Both the frame and the locking mechanism are full titanium, meaning it’s not just lightweight but extremely durable as well.

Starting as just 8.9kg for the single-speed option (also available with a 11 speed derailleur or Alfine 11 weighing 9.2kg and 10.4kg respectively), the Ultralight is for anyone looking for some of the best components in the industry available on a folding bike.


Light Bike for Easy Storage:

6. Tern Verge X11 Folding Bike

  • UK Flag £2,600
  • US Flag $2,500
  • EU Flag €2,550

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 10.2 kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 38 x 80 x 74 cm
  • Gears: 11-Speed

Super light folding bike

11 Gears

One of the sleekest lightweight folding bikes around right now is the Tern Verge X11, weighing in at just 10.2kg.

While folding bikes aren’t known for being particularly elegant, Tern have done a great job in designing sleek and futuristic bike that performs as good as it looks.

Importantly, this super light folding bike is also extremely easy to fold up and down – with Tern saying practised users can complete the process in just 10 seconds.

Despite being the lightest foldable bike on the market as of 2021, the Verge X11 is also impressively robust, has 11 gears to make hills manageable and has powerful Shimano Deore hydraulic disc brakes.

If you can afford the £2400 price, the Tern Verge X11 is a lightweight folding bike to behold.

Convenient Foldable Bike:

7. Hummingbird Folding Electric Bike (Gen 2.0)

hummingbird folding e-bike gen 2
hummingbird folding e-bike gen 2 features
hummingbird folding e-bike gen 2 colours
  • UK Flag £4,495
  • US Flag $5,560
  • EU Flag €4,370

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 10.3kg
  • Wheel Size: 16”
  • Folded Size: 117 x 60 x 20cm
  • Gears: Single-Speed

Top speed of 15.5mph (25km/h)

Easy to fold

Customisable assist settings


An exceedingly well designed, stylish dream for a commuter. It’s easy to fold and powerful, making sure that you can get to work without breaking a sweat.

Lighter than many of its non-electric folding rivals at only 10.3kg, the 2nd generation of folding electric bike from Hummingbird is currently the lightest folding e-bike in the world.

Thanks to the all-in-one motor system, 158Wh battery and 250W motor, it can reach an impressive top speed of over 15mph, more than enough for getting through the city.

Whilst not the cheapest on this list, it’s an impressive and extremely convenient folding bike that’s a great sustainable means of transport that could save you money in the long run.


Folding Bike on a Budget:

8. Zizzo Liberté

zizzo liberte folding bike
zizzo liberte folding bike features
  • UK Flag £485
  • US Flag $600
  • EU Flag €561

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 10.4kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size:  68 x 79 x 33cm
  • Gears: 8 Speed

Great value

Quick-release wheels for ultimate portability

Lightweight commuter bike

The Liberté from Zizzo is a great affordable folding bike for those on a budget.

It’s a no-thrills, lightweight folding bike that’s great not just for short trips in the city, but is also easy to carry on public transport. With 8 Speed Shimano gearing and 1.5 inch high-pressure road tires, you’ll be surprised at the speeds you can reach without too much effort. It’s a nippy, compact foldie that’ll tuck away out of sight when you’re done with it.

Don’t expect top of the line titanium components at this price point, but do be surprised by how compact and fast the Liberté is. It’s built to be used, not be put on display.

Classy Light Foldable Bike:

9. Vello Rocky Titanium

vello rocky titanium folding bike
vello rocky titanium folding bike folded
vello rocky titanium folding bike in use
vello rocky titanium folding bike used
  • UK Flag £2,300
  • US Flag $2,885
  • EU Flag €2,690

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 10.9kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 57 x 79 x 29cm
  • Gears: 10 Speed

Award winning design

10 speed

Shock absorbent chromoly fork

A masterclass in cool, introducing the Rocky Titanium from Vello.

This folding bike is perfect for the commuter who wants a stylish folding bike with a classy look. But the titanium frame isn’t just for show; it provides a durable finish that makes it highly resistant to weather, be it rust or corrosion. So whilst it’s not the cheapest on this list, it’s made to last, and is definitely a great investment.

The Rocky Titanium isn’t just a lightweight folding bike; it’s a high performance bike that’s capable of folding. With its elegant looks and trekking components, it’s a bike that can handle everything you can throw at it and will look great doing it.

Versatile Light Foldable Bike:

10. Zizzo Urbano

zizzo urbano folding bike
zizzo urbano folding bike
zizzo urbano folding bike colours
  • UK Flag £404
  • US Flag $500
  • EU Flag €467

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 10.9kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 68 x 79 x 33cm
  • Gears: 8 Speed

Off-road capabilities

Can handle climbs

Making it to the list once again, Zizzo have impressed us with their Urbano.

Whilst slightly heavier than its road-savvy counterpart the Liberté, weighing in at a hair under 11kg, the Urbano is the rough and ready lightweight folding bicycle of choice for the budget conscious.

What the Urbano lacks in speed, it makes up for in versatility, comfort and affordability. The thick tyres are able to traverse most trails, and the wide saddle makes for a distinctly more comfortable ride.

It’s an especially good option for those who plan on cycling through a variety of different terrains. It can handle not only the city streets, but cobbles and dirt tracks as well.

When you don’t know what you’re up against, prepare for everything. And, at around $500, you can do that for steal.

Superlight Folding Bike:

11. Brompton Superlight M6L Folding Bike

brompton superlight m6l folding bike
brompton superlight m6l folded
brompton superlight m6l in use
  • UK Flag £2,300
  • US Flag $2,845
  • EU Flag €1,600

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 11.26 kg
  • Wheel Size: 16”
  • Folded Size: 64.5 x 58.5 x 27 cm
  • Gears: 6-Speed

Lightweight titanium and aluminium parts.


The lightest Brompton folding bike available, the self-proclaimed M6L Super Light features everything you’d expect from a Brompton: premium built quality, good ride performance and easy folding.

A standard Brompton M6L model is available for around £1275, but if you want less to carry, the Super Light has shaved off 700 grams from the standard model. It might not sound a lot, but if you do have to carry your folding bike a lot, you’ll feel the difference.

The M6L Superlight has replaced the heavier steel parts found in other Bromptons and replaced them with extremely lightweight titanium and aluminium parts.

But Brompton haven’t sacrificed on functionality. Indeed the “6” in its name means this is a 6-Speed bike, giving you all the gears you need to get tackle uphill moments, while the “L” represents the fact that this bike is fitted with splashguards as standard – again a very useful feature for British riders!

Urban Lightweight Folding Bike:

12. Dahon Mu Uno Folding Bike

dahon mu uno folding bike colours
  • UK Flag £650
  • US Flag $804
  • EU Flag €752

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 11.4 kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 86 x 40 x 93cm
  • Gears: Single Speed

Lightweight folding bike

Single Speed

If you don’t have to deal with hills on your commute, the Dahon Mu Uno is a very good lightweight folding bike for a reasonable price.

Although being single speed limits the variety of terrain this bike can handle, it’s still an urban warrior. Despite weighing in at just 11.4 kg (the lightest Dahon folding bike available), it’s still managed to pack in a rear pannier rack (with elasticated straps) and even front and rear mudguards.

The design of the Dahon Mu Uno also makes it one of the sleeker folding bikes around.

Practicised users can also fold up this bike in just 15 seconds – which is very useful if you’re regular on and off the bike.

Cheapest Folding Bike:

13. FabricBike Folding Bike

fabricbike folding bike
fabricbike folding bike colours
  • UK Flag £310
  • US Flag $384
  • EU Flag €350

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 11.55kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size:
    81 x 36 x 63 cm (single speed)
    83 x 40 x 63 (7-speed)
  • Gears: 7-Speed or Single Speed

Single Speed and 7-Speed

Light Weight

The cheapest folding bike on this list by quite some distance, the FabricBike offers a remarkably lightweight folding bike for under £300.

There are two versions of this bike: a 7-Speed option which weighs in at 11.55kg or if you’re happy with a single speed version, you can skim off more than half a kilo with it weighing in at 10.9 kg.

Indeed, I might have done this light foldable bike a disservice by focussing on the 7-Speed version rather than the Single Speed in this list ranking.

The bike also looks sleek with a silver finish and brown seats, while frequent users can fold up the FabricBike Folding in under 15 seconds.

The best budget lightweight folding bike by a mile. Absolute bargain.

Chic Brompton Folding Bike:

14. Brompton M3L Folding Bike

  • UK Flag £1,400
  • US Flag $1,000
  • EU Flag €900

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 11.6 kg
  • Wheel Size: 16”
  • Folded Size:64.5 x 58.5 x 27cm
  • Gears: 3-Speed

Right pedal is also foldable


The Brompton M3L weighs the same as the Brompton B75, but you’ll enjoy a more luxury finish and accessories.

This lightweight Brompton is equipped with splashguards as standard, while the right pedal is also foldable to save you a few extra inches.

The M3L is a 3-Speed folding bike with enclosed gears to help protect against dirt and other things coming into contact with the hub.

A solid and light mid-range Brompton for commuting.

Bigger Wheel Folding Bike:

15. Tern Verge P10 Folding Bike

tern verge10 folding bike colours
  • UK Flag £1,300
  • US Flag $1,600
  • EU Flag €2,000

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 11.7 kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 38 x 80 x 74 cm
  • Gears: 10-Speed

Easy to fold

10 Speed drive

Hydraulic disc brakes

The mid-range Tern folding bike has significantly bigger wheels than found on Brompton’s (20” v 16”) and the Verge P10 once again has more of a sporty look and feel about it.

Tern bikes are extremely easy to fold and take just 10 seconds to do so when you know what you’re doing.

The Tern Verge P10 provides a fast and agile urban cycling experience, with a 10-Speed drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes. It also comes with a built-in rear light, a kickstand and a brass bike bell as standard – all of which help make this the ideal commuter folding bike.

Despite all of these handy commuting features, the Verge P10 weighs in at just 11.7 kg.

Best Cheap Lightweight Folding Bike:

16. BTwin Tilt 900 Folding Bike

btwin tilt 900 folding bike folded
btwin tilt 900 folding bike easy to carry
btwin tilt 900 folding bike features
  • UK Flag £500
  • US Flag $500
  • EU Flag €410

Prices are approximate

  • Weight: 11.9 kg
  • Wheel Size: 20”
  • Folded Size: 78 x 66 x 44 cm
  • Gears: 9-Speed

Budget folding bike

Built-in lights

Another great budget folding bike that is also light is the BTwin Tilt 900, available from Decathlon for £450.

This folding bike is readymade for commuters, with built-in lights, a padded seat and splashguards as standard – none of which prevent this fold-up bike weighing in under 12kg.

The bike can be collapsed down in just 15 seconds and one feature I love about this bike is that you can actually push it around on two wheels (while folded), using the seat to control. This is great if you need to “carry” it longer distances, before pushing the seat post down quickly at the last moment.

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Black Lightweight Folding Bike

Choosing a Light Folding Bike

When it comes to choosing a folding bike there are a few things you need to consider:

  • Your budget: Do you need to find a cheap lightweight folding bike? Or, can you afford to invest a little more into a high-quality bike?
  • Bike size: You will need to check the size of the bike both unfolded and folded. Some are more compact than others and the more compact a folding bike is, then the easier it will be to carry.
  • Bike specification: All bikes are made with slightly different specifications and will have different handlebar, wheel and saddle options so you will need to check these out to make sure you get the most comfortable and convenient folding bike you can.
  • Bike weight: The weight of a folding bike may well be one of your most important considerations. The lighter the bike is, the easier it will be to carry on trains, buses or when walking so make sure you take how you will be using your bike and how light you need it to be before buying one. If you will be carrying your bike a lot then it is worth investing the money into the lightest folding bike you can.

Man carrying a lightweight foldable bike
Man carrying a lightweight foldable bike. Image credit: Canva Pro

How Much Do Folding Bikes Weigh?

The average folding bike weighs in at around 29lb (13kg), but they typically vary from just over 22lb (10kg) to up to 33lb (15kg).

As mentioned above the weight of a folding back is extremely important. Especially if you are likely to spend a lot of time carrying and manoeuvring your bike around by hand.

The weight of fold-up bikes can differ quite a lot when it comes to their weight and this is often down to the materials they are made from. For example, a titanium folding bike can combine your need for a lighter bike that is still sturdy and strong. Aluminium folding bikes are also extremely light, and can save you several kilos compared to a steel folding bike.

The lightest folding bike that we talk about in this article is just over 22lb (10kg). These lightweight bikes tend to be a little more expensive than heavier models, but if you’re looking for a budget folding bike, it’s more likely that your bike will weigh in over 29lb (13kg) – although you can find cheap and light foldable bikes on this list, in particular the FabricBike Folding Bike.

It is rare to come across a bike that is lighter than 24 to 26lb (11 to 12kg) but some people are looking for folding bikes under 22lb (10kg) there may be one or two out there but most folding bikes are at least 24lb (11kg) in weight.

Woman folding a foldable bike
Folding up a foldable bike can be an easy task when it’s lightweight. Image credit: Canva Pro

Ultralight Folding Bikes – FAQs

Is There a Folding Bike under 22lb (10kg)?

Yes. The lightest folding bike in the world currently is the Hummingbird Single Speed Folding Bike which weighs just 6.9kg. Brompton’s T-Line Folding Bike also weighs just 7.45kg.

How Much do Brompton Bikes Weigh?

Brompton bikes tend to weigh between 11kg and 13kg, before accessories. However, the new Brompton T Line has been redesigned to weigh just 7.45 kg.

1Brompton T Line7.45 kg£3770
2Brompton Superlight M6L11.26 kg£1995
3Brompton M3L11.6 kg£1040

What Is The Lightest Brompton Bike?

The lightest Brompton bike currently available is the Brompton T Line, which weighs in at 7.45kg.

Most Brompton models tend to weigh in at 11-12 kg, with even their heaviest models weighing in under 13kg.

What is the Lightest Electric Folding Bike?

Hummingbird also have an electric folding bike, which is again the lightest folding e-bike. You can see the top 7 lightweight folding e-bikes here.

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