It is quite different from my Strida. The riding position is not as upright as on the Strida, but still comfortable and I finally have room for my knees. The folding is more complex and the resulting package is smaller but wider. The Strida is easier to transport while folded.
The folding of the Brompton is done in five steps plus one optional step for the pedal. The folding of the Strida needs only a single step with four optional steps for the both handle bars and pedals.
Brompton folding steps:
- Move the right pedal in position
- Fold the rear
- Unscrew and fold the front
- Push the saddle into the frame
- Unscrew and fold the stem
- Optional: fold the left pedal
- Fold the bottom tube up and the wheels against each other
- Optional: Left handle bar
- Optional: Right handle bar
- Optional: Left pedal
- Optional: Right pedal
Unlike the Strida the Brompton has a dynamo hub. So now I have light without thinking about batteries. I am thinking about an adapter so I can use it to charge devices during tours.