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Old 08-01-08, 01:13 PM   #1
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Pashley-moulton TSR frame colours?

Iím still very keen on the TSR 30, the standard maroon is nice but is not really my favourite colour.
I am aware that this bike is available in 4 other colours at an extra cost of £50. Does anyone have a photo of a TSR in Tungsten (dark grey) or even black?

I found a photo on the Pashley site that I really like http://www.pashley.co.uk/gallery/pas...-tsr/1/99.html (TSR special by Thomas Ehrngren) I guess that is a black frame?
I think a British Racing Green bike with Brooks saddle would look good but it is not available from the factory... I rang them and asked!

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Old 08-01-08, 01:34 PM   #2
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Only very sad people buy or own maroon TSR's
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Old 08-01-08, 01:46 PM   #3
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yes that is the black color, classy isn't it
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hey PDR, I won't be back till next week, but if you can wait I can get you a couple of pictures if you want

my apb is British green with a honey champion

and my new tsr is a custom color, deep blue almost black with a antique brown swift, I am still building this one up but can put on wheels etc so you can get an idea

if that will help let me know

BTW you don't know how lucky you are over there to be able to just call up and get a custom color or even a moulton
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Old 08-01-08, 11:49 PM   #5
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Thanks Doco,
that would be VERY helpful. I will look forward to seeing the photos.
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Take a quick look here.

http://cafe.naver.com/moultonbike/215 British green TSR
http://cafe.naver.com/moultonbike/84 Yellow TSR (or rubidium or whatever)
http://cafe.naver.com/moultonbike/179 Light grey TSR
http://cafe.naver.com/moultonbike/178 Black TSR

I have seen even pink and white TSRs. Some japanese shops provide custom painting option too.
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Old 08-03-08, 05:03 PM   #7
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Only very sad people buy or own maroon TSR's
I'm sad, but that's because I don't really own it anymore. However, I bought nice new American varmint rifle to cheer myself up.
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Old 08-04-08, 01:55 AM   #8
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I'm sad, but that's because I don't really own it anymore. However, I bought nice new American varmint rifle to cheer myself up.
Good to hear that there are other people interested in shooting sports... Iíve got varmint rifles in .22RF, .223 & .308. also a .357 Marlin under lever, 7.62x39, a .375H&H bolt action and an 8-shot Benelli M1 S90 shotgun.

Oh and thanks for the photos guys.
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Old 08-04-08, 10:06 AM   #9
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Nice weaponry, but not a lot to do with the topic.

Let's keep a bit closer on topic...
Wait! Didn't you read the bit at the end where EvilV wrote "It's a long time since he rode in the baby seat on the back of my bike!" ?

Clearly a bike related topic
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