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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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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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October 07 2019

Our friends at Peggy Porschen make irresistibly delicious cakes which you can enjoy at their brand new Chelsea flagship parlour in London. This autumn the parlour has been dressed with a beautiful display of flowers and a Special Edition Pashley bicycle in ‘Peggy Pink’. They are running a UK Instagram competition to win this bicycle along with some other great prizes including a lovely namesake book from @prettycitylondon and a ‘Peggy Porschen London’ map illustrated by the talented @londonblockbyblock. For details on how to enter please visit Peggy Porschen’s Instagram page @peggyporschenofficial. Good luck :o)

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September 04 2019

Morgan Motor Company and Pashley Cycles are celebrating Morgan’s 110th year with the launch of the Pashley-Morgan 110 Limited Edition bicycle. The companies’ design teams have worked together to create a unique bike that marks a fitting tribute to this significant anniversary.
 
The launch of the Pashley-Morgan 110 Limited Edition continues the already successful partnership between Morgan and Pashley. It follows the release of the Pashley-Morgan 3 and 8 models, introduced in 2018, which have captured the imagination of customers from both companies around the world.
 
Reflecting the anniversary, production will be limited to just 110 examples, each individually numbered with speedometer-inspired headset cap. Each bicycle will be hand built at Pashley’s Stratford-upon-Avon factory and retail in the UK for £1,750. Orders can be placed from the 4th September with first deliveries scheduled for November 2019. 

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September 17 2018

The first of the Edinburgh Bike hire bikes, sponsored by ‘Just Eat’, were unveiled on Monday 17th, September, on the streets of Edinburgh by Mark Beaumont, ultra-endurance British cyclist, and council leader, Adam McVey. The initial offering includes 200 bikes across 19 locations in Central Edinburgh, with a three-year concession agreement that plans to deliver 1,000 bikes, including 100 e-bikes.
 
The bikes, designed and built by Pashley Cycles, have been given names that reference Scottish history and culture, among these Sherlock and Greyfriar. The cycles afford superior handling and ride quality, with high quality Shimano gears and brakes, comfortable gel saddle, front and rear LED lights, full length mudguards, puncture resistant tyres and a step through frame allowing ease of use for all cyclists regardless of height.
 
After the success of the new generation Santander Cycles in London, Pashley have once again partnered with Serco for this project working towards a new mobility solution for cities. The cycles feature an adapted gearing system to tackle the hills of Edinburgh, as well as a new, innovative hybrid lock, which allows secure ‘dockless’ parking within a virtual geo-fenced zone.

 

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May 18 2018

Transport for Edinburgh (TfE) and Serco are delighted to announce that they have signed the concession agreement for Serco to introduce and operate the innovative new cycle hire scheme for the City of Edinburgh – with the first bikes, made by Pashley Cycles, due to hit the City’s streets later this summer.

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February 09 2018

We are excited to announce the latest addition to the Pashley range, The Briton. A worthy companion to our well-regarded Britannia bicycle, the Briton is a 5 speed model coming in a choice of classic Oxford Blue or Oxblood, with striking cream tyres. It takes inspiration from our flagship Roadster bicycle, but with a lighter specification and a slightly more relaxed riding style.


Please click here for more information on its key features and specification. If you have any questions about our new model we would be happy to answer them via email at hello@pashley.co.uk or phone +44(0)1789 292 263.

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October 30 2017

Next Generation of Santander Cycles roll into London.
 
  • All-new design offers improved handling, safety and comfort, alongside innovative smart technology 
  • Bikes have been designed and built by England's longest established cycle manufacturer Pashley Cycles
  • Santander celebrates launch with new video starring brand ambassador Jenson Button
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that the next generation of Santander Cycles have today arrived in London. 
 
The first of the new bikes have rolled onto the capital’s streets, with thousands set to join TfL’s flagship cycle hire scheme over the next few years.
 
The new cycles will offer riders improved handling, safety and comfort, with a new gel saddle, lower frame, tyres with puncture prevention, new gear hub, improved front and rear Blaze lighting, and bluetooth. 
 
The bikes have been built by England's longest established cycle manufacturer, Pashley Cycles in Stratford-upon-Avon, as part of an industrial team assembled by scheme operators Serco. They have been designed to be easier to ride and maintain, meaning more bikes will be available to hire more often and reduce maintenance costs. 
 

 

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October 30 2017

Pashley Cycles is celebrating the launch of its new London Hire Bike which is manufactured at its facilities in Stratford-upon-Avon. After months of hard work the new Pashley bike is ready and is shortly going to be seen on the streets of London.  Speaking about the launch, Pashley’s Managing Director, Adrian Williams, said: “I am immensely proud of our team’s achievement in successfully developing a completely new bicycle for London which has been produced and delivered within a very challenging timescale.  It is a bicycle of exceptional quality which has been designed with the rider’s safety and enjoyment in mind, whilst ensuring that maintenance and operating costs are kept to a minimum”.
 
Up to £100 off A New Pashley Cycle 
 
You too can join in with the celebrations as Pashley is offering new UK customers a voucher for up to £100 off the purchase of one of its bicycles or tricycles!

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