Pashley's most famous bicycle, the Princess Sovereign.
With an additional two gears (making the Princess Sovereign a five speed bicycle) pannier rack and built in lock, this is the Princess classic but with extras! Sporting the classic enclosed chain guard, skirt guard and hub brakes, the Princess has everything you would expect from a Pashley, while the upright position and extra bouncy saddle make it such a fun ride.
Gears: 5 speed Sturmey Archer hub gears
Frame: Traditionally lugged and brazed steel frame
Saddle: Antique brown Brooks B66
Brakes: Sturmey Archer hub brakes (front and rear)
Tyres: 26" x 1 3/8 Continental hybrid tyres
Please note... It is worth checking availability on this product. Even though we say it is in stock, there is often a 2 - 3 week wait due to the manufacturers lead times.
Fully-enclosed chaincase, large ding-dong bell, wicker basket, protective skirtguard, frame-fitting pump. classic hub-dynamo headlamp, LED rear light, Pletscher alloy rear carrier, propstand, and frame-fitting lock.
If you need help choosing the right size, have a look at the Pashley size guide:
Psst... It's just £10 Shipping to anywhere in the UK!
Please note: If you opt for delivery your bike will arrive partly dismantled and will require some assembly at your end. For more info please get in touch. If you are able to collect the bike in store then it will be fully assembled and checked by one of our in house mechanics.
Please note... Check availability on this product as it may say that it is in stock, however, there may still be a 2-3 week wait due to the manufacturers lead times.
To keep your bike running smoothly........
New bikes are expected to be brought into Bells for complementary adjustments approximately four weeks after purchase. When buying a new bicycle it is inevitable that adjustments will be needed at some point after purchase 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.