London bicycle brand Freddie Grubb (named after the British cyclist Frederick H. Grubb) are releasing a limited edition bicycle to coincide with this year’s Olympic Games in Brazil.
The all-silver road bike has been produced to commemorate the late great Mr. Grubb who won two silver medals in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. “Frederick Grubb was a maverick pioneer of British cycling and besides naming our brand after him, we wanted to celebrate his Olympic achievements by building a limited edition bike to commemorate his silver medals at the 1912 Olympic games. We’ve taken our core Fleet model and redesigned it from the ground up, enhancing the performance
Co founder, Jack Pattison, said: "We have taken our core Fleet model and redesigned it from the ground up, enhancing the performance with upgraded components and selecting a silver paint finish with a few choice black elements to give the bike it’s distinctive aesthetic ”
The Fleet DB Silver Edition is available in three frame sizes and made-to-order in 4 weeks from purchase. The bike will be on display and for sale in the Freddie Grubb shop at 63 Amwell Street, London from Friday August 5th.
For more information on the new bike, visit: www.freddiegrubb.com/fleet-db-silver-edition