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The Pearson I'll Get Me Coat is a durable lightweight titanium road bike, 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

£3,300.00

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The Pearson I'll Get Me Coat is a durable lightweight titanium road bike, combining all the benefits of a titanium race frame with the practicalities of mudguard and rack compatibility.

 

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£3,300.00
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I'll Get Me Coat is a classically inspired titanium road bike, which offers supreme ride quality and features to encourage adventure.

Designed in conjunction with the Pearson House Design philosophy, the geometry provides a comfortable upright position which offers a commanding view of the traffic or countryside, while the tight frame angles keep the ride exciting and swift. This design forged in lightweight 3Al-2.5V butted titanium tubes results in an extremely responsive bike while simultaneously offering superb ride quality and comfort. With fixtures for mudguards and racks, the frame acts as a dream companion for a light tour or audax. The frameset is complete, with a lightweight carbon fork with fittings for a full set of mudguards.

The bike comes with a Shimano Ultegra compact groupset as standard, which brings durability and crisp shifting to the ride. With a broad range of gears, the rider can tackle the long steep pitches and sharp descents at pace. 

Features Include:

  • 3Al-2.5V butted titanium frame.
  • Responsive, comfortable geometry.
  • Lightweight carbon fork.
  • Durable Ultegra groupset.
Our frame sizes are slightly larger than other manufacturers. Please see our geometry section for more detail on which frame is likely to fit you best.
 
Weight (Large): 9.2kg or 20.2lbs

Will Pearson

Will Pearson is a lifelong cyclist and fifth generation of Pearson Cycles.

Quick Thoughts

I'll Get Me Coat combines all the benefits of a titanium race frame with the added practicality of mudguard eyelets and rack compatibility. It is an ideal bike for the daily commuter, sportive rider or light tourer. 

 

The geometry has been designed using the expertise of our bike fitting 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 lightweight race machine. There's no real excuse to stay in, don't let the wetter days dampen your spirits or your shorts for that matter.

Touring
Racing
Sportive
TimeTrial
Relaxed
Aggressive
Colour Black/Titanium
Brakes Rim
Frame Material Triple butted 3AL 25V titanium
Fork - Blades/Shock Carbon blades, alloy 1 1/8" steerer.
Bar Tape / Grips Black Cork
Shifters Shimano Ultegra 8000
Brakes Shimano Ultegra 8000
Chainset Shimano Ultegra 8000 Compact (50/34)
Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra 8000
Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra 8000
Cassette Shimano Ultegra 8000 11-28
Chain Shimano Ultegra 8000
Handlebars Pearson alloy
Seat Post Pearson alloy
Stem Pearson alloy

We have been developing ways of fitting riders to bikes to increase comfort and efficiency for many years. We have consistently analysed the way people best ride bikes, and more recently deciphered the hard data recorded from regular Pearson Precision Bike Fitting sessions, to design unique Pearson 'house' frame geometries for this and other models. We build each bike combining our 'fit-friendly' geometry and variables in components size to realise the maximum output and most sustainable position for you. PHD, a philosophy borne out of good practice and enjoyed by many since 1860.

"I sensed that my new titanium 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