Bobbin Birdie

Lifestyle

Lifestyle Bikes

You can be assured that our range of lifestyle bikes have been chosen with you the rider in mind. With our vast experience and a passion for life in the saddle we look at every detail to give you the most comfortable, well equipped bike for all aspects of town riding.

Bobbin Birdie

RRP: 
£440
Our Price: 
£440

The Birdie is our signature bike and we have thousands of women swishing around town and along country lanes on its trademark lugged frame. With no-fuss hub gears, mudguards and rear rack, the Birdie is practical, beautiful and magically smooth to ride.

 

Summary:

Featuring sophisticated matte paintwork, cream tyres and a comfy Bobbin sprung saddle, the Birdie is a classic bike with soul. Useful features like the full chainguard keep your clothes intact on the way to the shops, while the upright riding position is great for seeing and being seen, For 2015 we have re-designed the L frame into a roomier ‘Dutch’ size, complete with larger 700c wheels, perfect for leggier riders.

 

Specifications:

Colour: Cornfield Yellow, Light Teal, Ribbon Pink, Mushroom Frame: Lugged Hi-ten Steel 
Sizes: 40cm (26” wheel), 46cm (26” wheel), 52cm (700c) Weight: Approx 15kg
 Handlebars: Chrome plated 
Stem: Quill Stem 
Grips: Brown Duracork Gear Shifter: Sturmey trigger 
Chainset: Chrome plated steel 
Chainguard: Painted Steel
 Crank: Chrome plated steel
 Gears: Sturmey 3 speed 
Brakes: Tektro alloy side pull 
Rims: alloy
 26”/700c Tyres: Cream Kenda 
Saddle: Brown Bobbin sprung saddle 
Seatpost: Alloy micro adjust 
Pedals: Steel/plastic 
Kickstand: Alloy
 Mudguards: Painted Steel

 

About The Bobbin Brand

Bobbin Bicycles established the world’s first bike boutique in 2007. Unlike any other bike store, it was a totally new concept: a mix of old sweet shop and the dressing-up emporium from Mr Benn.

We became known for our unique and friendly service and amazing selection of brightly coloured traditional bikes, panniers, helmets, bells and lights. We soon started to attract attention from the media and bike industry.

Seven years on, bike boutiques are now a global phenomenon, with similar stores popping up from New York to Bangkok, Sydney and beyond.