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Pashley Princess 17.5 Sovereign 5Sp 17.5 Black
MPN: 1288

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£695.00

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Pashley Princess 17.5 Sovereign 5Sp 17.5 Green
MPN: 1295

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£695.00

Description

The quintessential English town and country bicycle with timeless traditional looks and impeccable build quality. Combine these features with reliable modern components and you have an unrivalled two wheeled experience that will stand the test of time.

Frame sizes: 17.5", 20" or 22.5"
Colour: Buckingham Black or Regency Green
Frame: Traditionally lugged and brazed
Fork: Tubular crown hand brazed
Gears: Sturmey Archer 5 speed hub gears
Wheels: 26 inch with polished rims
Handlebar: Chrome plated raised bar
Brakes: Sturmey Archer hub brakes
Pedals: Alloy non-slip
Saddle: Antique brown Brooks B66s
Features: The Princess Sovereign features a traditional lugged frame and five speed hub gears with full chaincase, gold-lined mudguards, ding dong bell, hub driven dynamo headlamp, LED rear light, tubular alloy rear carrier, propstand, frame fit lock, skirt guards, leather sprung saddle and a wicker basket
Inside leg: 17.5" frame suits 27.5" - 31.5" inside leg. 20" frame suits 30" - 34" inside leg. 22.5" frame suits 32.5" - 36.5" inside leg
All Pashley bikes are made in England by hand, tailor made to customer demand. #CyclistsServingCyclists

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Model Year
Model Year
2008