News

August 18 2016

We are proud to introduce the superbly equipped special edition Roadfinder SE. Celebrating 2016, our 90th year manufacturing bicycles in the UK, it features a Pashley hand-crafted Reynolds 725 steel frame in a unique dusk-silver finish with a polished Reynolds 921 stainless steel chainstay. With its classic styling and modern componentry, the Roadfinder SE fuses the best of Pashley past and present. 

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August 07 2016

We are proud to introduce our heritage special edition ‘Speed 3’. Celebrating 1926, the year the company was founded by “Rath” Pashley, it is inspired by the path racers which were popular at that time and features a traditional Reynolds 531 steel frame in satin black with chrome and bright alloy components. 

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July 18 2016

Pashley Cycles is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. The company was founded by William ‘Rath’ Pashley in 1926 and remains committed to the tradition of British production and craftsmanship.

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June 20 2016

This weekend Pashley were exhibiting at Eroica Britannia, situated in the beautiful lands of The Peak District National Park. As part of the 90th celebrations the team were showcasing two new special edition bicycles the Speed 3 and the Roadfinder (SE).
 

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May 17 2016

Pashley had an amazing day on Saturday at the Tweed Run in London, and it was great to meet with some of our Pashley customers too! Thank you to everyone involved. 

 

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April 22 2016

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, and to commemorate his life, Pashley is teaming up with The Handlebards. Energetic, innovative and fully 'bike-powered', this touring theatre group cycles its way around the UK - and beyond - to bring a unique take on Shakespeare to an ever-widening audience. We're delighted that The HandleBards will be using Pashley Pathfinder bicycles on their onward journey, particularly as Pashley cycles are hand-built in the Bard's birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon. 

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July 31 2015

On 31st July 2015 John Kerby retires from a lifetime career at Pashley Cycles having completed 46 years and 10 months service. He joined Pashley on 5th September 1968 as an 18 year old carpenter soon after the business had moved from Birmingham to its current site at Masons Road, Stratford. His hourly wage then was 4s 6d and the factory was less than half the size it is today.

John enjoyed a successful career path, working his way up to the position of Production Manager. Throughout his time, he has overseen the manufacture of a huge variety of different products, including classic bicycles, tricycles, tandems and delivery cycles.  All of this happening at a time when Pashley stayed with the craft of making bicycles in England when almost every other bicycle maker gave up and became importers.

 

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July 23 2015

Pashley are pleased to introduce their new bicycle: The Pashley Pathfinder.

The Pathfinder has been created for that perfect combination of all-purpose, all year round bike with a choice of derailleur or hub gears. It effortlessly combines modern geometry and performance with the enviable Pashley aesthetic to create a truly refined bicycle capable of traversing the map whichever route you choose.

It is available in two models, Trail and Tour, and comes in Citrus Green or Graphite Grey. For further information please see the following product pages: Trail | Tour

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June 19 2015

Pashley Cycles are honoured to have won the Export International Trade Award at the Coventry Telegraph Business Awards on Friday 19 June 2015, supported by The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce.

Pashley’s Managing Director, Adrian Williams says: “It is a particular honour for Pashley to be recognised for our export achievement with the Coventry Telegraph Business Export Award. This area once led the world in bicycle production and sales, but over the years practically every other bicycle manufacturer in England has ceased making, so that now 98 percent of bicycles sold in the UK are imported. Pashley however has continued doing what it does best – designing and making quality hand-built bicycles for business and consumer use. We do this with a dedicated team of just over 50 people, based in Stratford-upon-Avon. In recent years our export sales have grown from 15 per cent to 45 per cent on turnover as we have seen increasing demand from customers in over 50 countries overseas, who value our heritage and craftsmanship.”

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June 15 2015

So now the sun has finally started to shine Susy Smith, Editor-in-Chief of Country Living, took the opportunity to give our Special Edition bicycle its first proper spin in the countryside. The bicycle really is the perfect way to explore this Summer  and has been created to celebrate the magazines 30th anniversary. The bicycle has all the features you would expect from a Pashley bicycle including a Brooks sprung leather saddle, a ding dong bell and of course a hand woven wicker basket just perfect for transporting picnics. The bicycle is available in a choice of two beautiful country colors, Meadow Green or Duck-egg Blue, and available to purchase on-line at the Country Living General Store... shop.countryliving.co.uk 

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