Cream Classic Lightweight Premium Bike

€1,255
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Description

City cycling has never been easier - simple, lightweight and ready for whatever the weather can throw at you.


Key Features


Shimano Alfine hub gear. Everything is sealed away in an elegant weatherproof hub, making for fuss-free, low maintenance rising in all conditions.


Brooks B17 saddle. Made in England for over one hundred years, Brooks leather saddle are comfortable and shape to your form as you ride.


Classic lugged steel construction. A handmade steel frame with elegant lugs that makes for a comfortable, durable and lightweight ride.


All-weather design. The frame is rust-proofed and finished with a robust powder coat, whilst also coming with full-length mudguards as standard.

Size Guide

SMALL: For riders 157-170cm


MEDIUM: For riders 171-181cm


LARGE: For riders 182-193cm+

Delivery & Returns

Delivery

This item ships EU and UK.

Returns

Temple Cycles takes the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 14 days for an exchange or full refund. 

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  • Temple Cycles
    • ESTABLISHED 2014
    • FOUNDER Matthew Mears
    • ORIGIN Bristol
    • KNOWN FOR Lightweight Classic Bicycles
  • Temple Cycles is a small, independent bicycle company run by a team of dedicated and passionate cyclists. Temple Cycle’s founder Matt, born and raised in Somerset, has been a lifelong cyclist and while studying Mechanical Engineering at university he set up a small business restoring classic road bikes.

  • He then started designing his own custom frames that later evolved into Temple Cycles. Today, Temple Cycles produce a range of classically styled bicycles for town, country, touring and road riding. All of the brand’s bikes are lightweight, durable and designed to last a lifetime.

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