Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pashley Enfields

I had been preparing this post for a while, trying to find more material, but given the discussion on Indian Patrol Cars in David Blasco's blog, it seems appropriate to post what I have up to now. Pashley is a British bicycle manufacturer. It started operations in 1926 and is still in business today, its factory is at Stratford-upon-Avon. After World War II Pashley initiated a collaboration with Royal Enfield in which they manufactured utility tricycles with a Royal Enfield 350cc front end and the rear provided by Pashley.


  1. Wow! That second clipping explodes my theory, just advanced this morning, that shaft drive was a myth. I guess this is an example of the self-correcting nature of the Internet. Thank you Jorge.

  2. That is a very interesting bit of information about the shaft drive, Jorge! Thank you.

  3. i like these trikes... too much better than some chinese models that are starting to appear here in south america



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