Caferacer Man Ltd. Grey

£899.99

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*Price shown relates to basic model, higher specced models available*

There will be only one production run of the Caferacer Man Grey bicycle. It's built around a beautiful lugged steel frame making it a real pearl in the world full of fat tubed aluminium bikes. The understated and sophisticated style is enhanced by the unique grey paint with turquoise particles. The Brooks leather saddle and matching Brooks Slender grips will give you years of comfortable riding and the maintenance – free 7 speed internal gear hub will make traveling easy in any kind of terrain.

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Product Description

In true Creme Cycles fashion, the Caferacer Man comes with a wide variety of options when it comes to the technicalities and colour of the bicycle. From saddles to gearing to luggage racks to tyres, these hand built and hand painted cycles can vary greatly in model so please make sure to get in touch via the contact page for more information.

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Our prices include delivery and assembly for products that require it. Whilst our cycles and other products may occasionally be found cheaper online, please be aware that they will not include delivery to you and will assume that you assemble the cycle or product yourself. Each cycle purchased from the HUB receives a 'pre-flight' check by a qualified mechanic prior to collection.

For all cycles, included in our price is a free checkup approximately 8 weeks from purchase and delivery within a reasonable radius from the shop. Please call us for the latest prices and possible deals on end-of-season models and offers.

Quest88 | Cycling Hub

Quest 88 Cycling Hub,
1, St Julian's Friars ,
Shrewsbury, Shropshire,
SY1 1XL

e: cycling@quest88.com
p: 01743 363 512

About the Hub

The Quest88 Cycling Hub is Shropshire's first Specialist Bike Shop. The Hub provides a wide range of power assisted cycles, cycling accessories and clothing whilst always promoting local community through cycling and inclusive sport.

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