December 08 2021

More than 150 electric bikes were today made available for hire at docking stations across the West Midlands, giving even more people the opportunity to cycle.

The eBikes, made by Pashley, are the latest addition to the West Midlands Cycle Hire (WMCH) scheme and are available for hire in Birmingham, Coventry, Sandwell, Solihull, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield, Walsall and Wolverhampton.

Their arrival will allow riders to make longer journeys more easily and will offer extra help to those who may have difficulty pedalling a regular cycle or struggle with hills. And affordable hire costs give those put off by the expense of buying a new eBike the opportunity to give it a go.

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December 06 2021

Eroica Britannia, the iconic cycling festival, has found a new home at Goodwood in Sussex. Over the weekend of 6 and 7 August 2022, this family-friendly event will celebrate everything wonderful about classic bikes and cycling heritage. Expect epic rides, brilliant music and sensational Sussex food and drink. 

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September 23 2021

Pashley are honoured to receive the inaugural NVN Nick Carpenter Award – along with our project partners Simpact, Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) and Foresight Innovations – for our ‘Articulating Lightweight Electrically-assisted Cargo Solution’ a zero-emission e-cargo tricycle, designed to meet the rapidly growing demands of the final-mile delivery market.

With a unique, specially designed Innovation Trophy, the purpose of the Award is to identify and promote examples of outstanding and innovative NVN funded R&D projects. The award trophy also celebrates the vision and innovation which Nick Carpenter brought to his work throughout his lifetime.

Adrian Williams, Managing Direct, Pashley Cycles said: “It is a great honour to win this award as we know how enthusiastic Nick was to encourage innovative thinking and new product development. Whilst we realised that there was a huge potential market for the truly low carbon vehicle we had conceived, we then had to make the concept a reality, and the “ALECS” Team faced many challenges during the NVN Proof of Concept and Production Readiness stages. It was only through teamwork and by finding innovative solutions to problems encountered along the way - whether in the drivetrain, materials and structural engineering, or production process optimization - that we were able to bring the project to a successful conclusion. We now have a world-leading product that we can sell internationally.”

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April 07 2021

Pashley are very proud to be producing the bikes for the new West Midlands Cycle Hire Scheme. The scheme is a success story for regional manufacturing, with almost all parts being made in the West Midlands. The bikes are manufactured in Stratford-upon-Avon by Pashley [VIEW VIDEO HERE], while the on-street docks (designed by Pashley) are being made by Universal Fabrications in Nuneaton. The locking system is produced by Coventry based RDM Group and PHA Europe in West Bromwich, and the plastic mouldings for the bikes and docks are made in Telford by LVS.

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September 09 2020

Pashley today reveal advance details of an innovative NEW UK designed and built electrically assisted e-cargo trike which is to enter production in April 2021.  Currently under the project name “ALECS”, the Articulating Lightweight Electrically-assisted Cargo Solution will form the platform for a NEW GENERATION of configurable products to meet the rapidly growing market for zero-emission last mile cargo vehicles. ALECS is aimed at filling the gap in the mid-market. Currently larger scale requirements are serviced by electric vans or expensive EAVs, and smaller requirements by e-cargo bikes, and ALECS will sit between the two.

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August 28 2020

We would love for you to enjoy your own Pashley Picnic Ride this year!
Take your Pashley for a spin to your favourite picnic spot and share a photo or video with us for a chance to win some great picnic themed prizes!

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May 08 2020

Adrian M.A. Williams

VE Day (8 May 2020) will resonate with everyone differently, strongly with some, others less so. 
As a boy, I had no interest in history and I was completely oblivious to the impact WW2 had on my parents who lived through it. It was only much later in life that I came to realise that the emotional scars carried by my parents, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles, were borne silently and not shared. I didn’t even think to ask about the physical scars my Grandfather bore on his body when we sunbathed on the beach in Cornwall. He was such a softly spoken, jolly, kind man. Yet he, George A. Newling MC (the Military Cross from the Battle of Gavrelle, WW1) had returned from New Zealand - where he had taken the family to set up a trading company in the 1930s – to fight once more. And also to lose his eldest son. 
That was my mother’s eldest brother, Michael Alan Newling D.F.C. - one of The Few – a hurricane and spitfire pilot, he died in Channel operations on 6th July 1941. My mother was the last to see him, at the railway station. I was named after him. 

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March 25 2020

Dear Customer,
Please note that the Pashley factory has brought forward its annual Summer holiday and is now on an “early Spring holiday” shut down (from March 25th to March 31st). This shut down is then being extended to support the national plans to defeat the coronavirus, provisionally at this stage until Friday 17th April.
In order to support the essential nature of the cycling sector, some key members of staff will be available to support Serco in the operation of public hire bikes for London and Edinburgh and to ship spares and stock bicycles to retailers where possible.
We apologise for any inconvenience but we hope you will agree that this approach reflects a considered response to the challenges we are all facing.
We will wherever possible (and appropriate) be responding to emails through the contact details found on our website.
Please stay safe.
With best wishes. 
Pashley Cycles

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March 18 2020

Dear Customer, Dealer and Supplier,

We are thinking of you all at such an unsettling time, and our thoughts are with everyone who may be finding it particularly difficult for themselves or their loved ones.

To hopefully brighten your days in the coming weeks we will be sharing some pictures received from Pashley riders around the world, on social media and through our newsletter.

If you have any photos you would like to share, please do email them to or tag #mypashley. We really enjoy both receiving and sharing them.

Best wishes,

From us all at Pashley

Image above: Roman with his Guv'nor in Slovakia

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March 02 2020

A new fleet of rentable e-bikes has been launched in Edinburgh today (Monday 2 March) which will see the Scottish capital create the UK’s largest fleet of docked electrically powered bicycles.
The new fleet of 168 e-bikes was officially launched by Transport for Edinburgh and the scheme’s operator, Serco. Edinburgh’s e-bikes will be phased into the city’s existing cycle hire scheme – Just Eat Cycles.
The e-bikes provide a maximum supported speed of 15 mph and can be hired and dropped off at existing locations in Edinburgh Cycle Hire’s network of 90 hire points. The scheme is already home to 500 pedal bikes. 
Each full charge provides a range of 50 miles and provides a constant electric assist while users pedal. Serco monitors bike power levels using real-time technology and replaces batteries when they are running low.
Made in Britain by Pashley, Edinburgh’s e-bikes are similar to the existing pedal models in the city but have a slightly different frame and colour scheme.

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