The time has come to part with the bike I have owned for the longest time.
I bought brand new circa 2011/2012, I have done at least 10,000 miles on it around London, the front rack holds 2 cases of Champagne so has been ideal for me.
Now looking for an Omnium Cargo and I finally got around fully sorting the Pashley out so a good time to sell!
I have just fitted the following brand new parts:
I have built the rear wheel around a Nexus 8 speed hub which was part of a Wiggle wheel bundle I bought years ago. ACI DB Stainless Steel spokes, 3 cross on a Mavic clincher rim. Coupled to a good used Alfine 8 thumb shifter & a rear roller brake.
Seatpost is a pretty sweet Bontrager Race XXX Lite 31.6mm carbon, saddle is a Fizik Volta which rarely comes up as second hand.
Great city bike, size is "standard" so should fit most!
Since it's all mostly new, you'll be good for another 10,000 miles!
Price wise, I am about £300 deep in parts so I'd like £450 for the complete bike.
Test rides from New Cross SE14
Yes Vincent! GLWS
Cheers @sacredhart - just finished building it this weekend, it has been 3 years I had all parts in the attic and I did not take the time to sort it out.
Nexus 8 speed is really good, especially with the trigger shifter.
The bike is quicker than it's ever been, hence the TT extensions to go fast went you've done your deliveries!
ah its a beaut!
I understand that it is not going to be for everyone at that spec level when Elephant Bikes sells refurbished ones for £300...
Happy to deliver across London.
putting down interest for the seatpost.
and congrats on the tasteful build
This is still available.
Happy to deliver in London
Is this still available?
Yes it is.
Would you like to come and try it?
Have you still or did you ever have a rear rack with it?
I used to have a rear rack with the euroloader but no longer have them.
They are still available directly from Pashley.
Rear rack with fitting kit is £44 from memory
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