PAMIRA (READY TO GO)
This is a new Pamira, with upgraded 853 main frame tubing and upgraded to Lewellyn Crescendo oversize lugs. It’s never been ridden. This Pamria is fitted with 27.5 rims and 2.0” wide Marathon Mondial Evo tyres.
It has a 10 speed double chainset (38/28T) with a 22-42T cassette. Microshift 10 speed thumbshifters control the shifting. It has a Son dynamo hub at the front and XT at the rear, Andra 40 disc rims, TRP Spyke disc calipers, a Tange Seiki Technoglide headset. It's finished in a Sand double powder coat. The bike would fit a rider 5’9 to 6’0.
This is a new bike just built and ready to ride away...
As with all the Pamira’s, it is a British made expedition bike with the frame and forks hand built by one of England’s top framebuilders, Lee Cooper.
This Pamira has a few upgrades - firstly an upgrade to the Lewellyn Crescendo oversize lugs, also an upgrade from Reynolds 725 to 853 for extra strength, a Son dynamo hub, upgraded butted Jones bars as well as a tyre upgrade to the folding Mondial Evo’s (27.5” x 2.0”). This Pamira would normally cost £4,080 with the upgrades.
The frame has IS disc mounts. The frame also has cable guides for Rohloff, so if in the future you want to make your Pamira into the Rohloff version you can use the same frame, you would just need to purchase different Paragon sliding inserts for the rear dropouts. There is also clearance for a 700c x 2.0” wide tyre if you wanted to ft a bigger wheel size in the future.
The chainset is the Deore 10 speed 38/28T double with a 11-42T cassette, Deore XT front derailleur, a Deore rear derailleur and Microshift thumbshifters.
The brake levers are Deore T610 paired with TRP Spyke mechanical disc brakes, with a 180 rotor at the front and 160 at the rear. The brae cables are TRP Compressionless for better braking performance.
The rims are the Andra 40 27.5” 36 hole for extra strength.
The saddle is a black all-weather Brooks C17 and the grips Ergon GC1.
The bike would fit a rider 5’9 to 6’0.
The bike is finished in Sand.