Sweet new rides...

by Pedal Pedlar June 17, 2012

Apologies for the lack of blog posts over the last week or two. We've been busy buying far too many bikes for the tiny little shop. We're literally overflowing at the moment. There's a load of nice inexpensive French bikes in at the moment from £220 upwards from the likes of Mercier, Gitane and Motobecance. We also just got a particularly nice little batch of bikes in from various parts of Europe. A mixture of Italian, Swiss and Dutch bikes from the likes of Basso, Bianchi, Gazelle, Cilo and Imholz. We've started to add them to the site (www.pedalpedlar.co.uk/collections/bikes-for-sale), with detailed photos coming in the week but all the bikes are available to view in the shop.



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