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27.2mm Titan Vintage Bullet Nose Seatpost
27.2mm Titan Vintage Bullet Nose Seatpost £65.00
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27.2mm Zeus Criterium Vintage Seatpost
27.2mm Zeus Criterium Vintage Seatpost £45.00
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27.2mm Campagnolo Super Record 1st Gen Vintage Seatpost
27.2mm Campagnolo Super Record 1st Gen Vintage Seatpost £125.00
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27.2mm Campagnolo Super Record 2nd Gen Seatpost
27.2mm Campagnolo Super Record 2nd Gen Seatpost £75.00
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GIS Cycling Cap
GIS Cycling Cap £12.50
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Colnago Cycling Cap
Colnago Cycling Cap £12.50
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Brooklyn Cycling Cap - Black
Brooklyn Cycling Cap - Black £12.50
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Eddy Merckx Cycling Cap
Eddy Merckx Cycling Cap £12.50
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Brooklyn Cycling Cap - Red
Brooklyn Cycling Cap - Red £12.50
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27.0mm Campagnolo Record (Narrow Rails) Seatpost
27.0mm Campagnolo Record (Narrow Rails) Seatpost £145.00
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27.2mm Campagnolo C Record Seatpost
27.2mm Campagnolo C Record Seatpost £55.00
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27.2mm Campagnolo Chorus Seatpost
27.2mm Campagnolo Chorus Seatpost £35.00
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Latest News

Two Very Good People

November 21, 2014

One of the best things about having a shop is the people we get to meet along the way.

Almost four years ago we met the lovely Peanut Vendors (Becky Nolan, and Barnaby Read), and began renting the space in the back of their wonderful furniture shop to take Pedal Pedlar from an online only presence to an actual shop.

Not long after moving in, an older gentleman wandered into the workshop and started rummaging through a pile of old Cinelli handlebars. "How much for these" he asked. "What about these" etc etc. He left empty handed and seemed like another local just having a nosey around. A few weeks later he came in again with a similar result. Fast forward four years and that same older gentleman is still visiting the shop, still leaving empty handed, but we now know what an extraordinary gentleman he is....

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Perfect Imperfections: Van Gogh of Cycling

November 09, 2014

Finishing a bicycle frame is no doubt an art, and we have great admiration for flawless paint, highly polished chrome and perfectly applied transfers. Sometimes though, it's inspiring to see a much more expressive approach to the finish. Such as that of the infamous Dutch marque, Remy Ossendrecht...

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