The same as the Pashley Pathfinder Tour but the Trail is built with a wide-ranging Shimano Alfine 8 hub enclosed gearing system, making for virtually maintenance free riding and flawless gear changing, unaffected by mud and grit. This is complimented by Continental Cyclocross Speed tyres that allow a fast on-road experience yet offer grip on gravel. These features give you the freedom to discover the green lanes and tracks that criss-cross the countryside, or equally dart around the urban environment. And, should you ever desire, the frame has a full complement of braze-ons required to switch from hub gear to derailleur or ‘fixie’.
||Citrus Green or Graphite Grey.
||Shimano Alfine 8 hub gear paired to a simple lightweight bar-end shifter.
||Traditional lugged and brazed construction. Crafted using investment cast lugs and a specially selected blend of Reynolds 531 and 631 butted tubes. Full compliment of braze-ons offering drivetrain versatility so can be equipped with hub gears, single speed or derailleur systems. Individually hand-built.
||Investment cast crown and dropouts with blades specifically designed for the additional stresses of disc brakes.
||Brooks Cambium C17 rubber/cotton saddle in slate grey.
||Classic bend handlebar with slate grey Brooks organic cotton handlebar tape.
||TRP Spyre dual piston mechanical disc brakes (160mm rotors) actuated by Tektro RL340 brake levers.
||32H disc specific rims and high quality polished hubs laced together with double butted stainless Sapim spokes.
||700x35 Continental Cyclocross Speed tyres. Clearance for wider, large volume tyres: up to 32c with mudguards or up to 35c without.
||Shimano Alfine 39T crankset with chainguard (28-86 gear inches).
||Pashley's own adjustable dropouts with anodised aluminium inserts, polished aluminium seatpost.
||50, 53, 56 and 59cm.
If you need help choosing the right size please get in touch or the Pashley size guide can be found here:
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To keep your bike running smoothly........
New bicycles are need to be brought into Bells for complementary adjustments around four weeks after purchase. When buying a new bike it is inevitable that adjustments will be needed due to cable stretch. This routine maintenance does not class as a fault. If you are too far away to bring your bike in for adjustments, please be aware that this is something you should do at your own cost.