Pearson Pearson I'll Get Me Coat Pearson I'll Get Me Coat

Combining all the benefits of a titanium race frame with the practicalities of mudguard and rack compatibility.

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Pearson I'll Get Me Coat

£3,299.00

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Combining all the benefits of a titanium race frame with the practicalities of mudguard and rack compatibility.

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£3,299.00
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Don’t let the wetter days dampen your spirits, or your bib shorts for that matter. A classic, titanium triple butted road frame, but with eyelets and clearance for mudguards, to help you through.

I'll Get Me Coat combines all the benefits of a titanium race frame with the added practicality of mudguard eyelets and rack compatibility; this makes it an ideal bike for the daily commute, winter training or sportive rides. The I'll Get Me Coat geometry has been designed from the expertise of our Cyclefit team, offering a more comfort orientated front end without reducing the efficiency of the ride. Take the guards off and you would never know it was anything different other than a light weight race machine!

Colour Blue
Frame Material Triple Butted Titanium With Rack And Mudguard Eyelets
Fork - Blades/Shock Carbon with eyelets
Bar Tape / Grips Cork Black
Speed / Gears Shimano Ultegra 11spd 6800
Chainset 50/34
Cassette 11-28
Handlebars Pearson Alloy Oversize
Saddle Pearson Road Comfort
Seat Post Pearson Carbon Lay Back
Stem Pearson Alloy Oversize
Frame Size mm  500 540 570 610
Seat tube centre to top  500 540 570 610
Top tube actual  516 532 558 572
Top tube virtual horizontal  535 550 570 585
Head tube  145 165 185 215
Seat angle  73° 73° 73° 73°
Head angle  72° 72° 72° 72°

"I sensed that my new Ti frame was giving me more power than the old Aluminium frame it replaced. No creaking, just forward motion. So I got out Strava again and guess what? It takes a good 10-12 minutes off my time from Hurstpierpoint to Barnes. And right now I’m really unfit; let’s see what it’ll do when I’ve lost a stone.

 These things just make you feel a bit better. Thanks for leading me down the quality path."

 Tim