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Hoopdriver Bicycles is Canada’s largest Pashley dealer
Different by design… distinctive by nature
”Pashley Cycles is England’s longest established bicycle manufacturer. Founded in 1926 and based in Stratford-upon-Avon, our dedicated team design and manufacture a unique range of cycles.”
Hoopdriver Bicycles carries most of Pashley’s ‘Classic Cycles’ range:
“From our flagship traditional Princess and Roadster models to the exclusive Guv’nor Path Racer, every one of our cycles is hand-built to exacting standards. The range includes classic bicycles for commuting and leisure riding.”
Other bicycles and tricycles can be special-ordered.
Please call or email if you don’t see the Pashley product that you want in our inventory.
Hand-built in Great Britain
“Every Pashley cycle is hand-crafted in the town of Stratford-upon-Avon (the birthplace of William Shakespeare), situated on the edge of the Cotswolds. The company has survived, since its inception in 1926, as a pure British manufacturer – it has never taken its production base overseas; a fact those at Pashley are very proud of. “
“We maintain our small company roots remaining privately owned and a family business, with a small management team and a longstanding and loyal workforce, many of whom have spent their lifetime involved within British manufacturing (our longest serving employee has been with Pashley for over forty five years).”
“Our cycles are traditionally hand-built by our dedicated team of skilled brazers and assemblers, who use traditional methods to create work of the highest standard. Steel tubes are hand-brazed into lugs, giving them fewer in-built stresses and heat-affected zones, and an attention to detail that only a frame crafted by hand can possess.”
Choosing the proper size Pashley:
We at Hoopdriver believe that there is altogether too much hullabaloo about bicycle sizing. There, we’ve said it.
More information about Pashley including a bit of their history is on their website at www.pashley.co.uk