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Pearson Irons in the Fire is a steel multi use disc brake bike. Ultimately versatile and ready to take mudguards and rack.
 
 

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PEARSON IRONS IN THE FIRE

£1,400.00

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Pearson Irons in the Fire is a steel multi use disc brake bike. Ultimately versatile and ready to take mudguards and rack.
 
 

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Irons In The Fire is a steel touring bike designed to deal with the rigours of every day riding on the road, as well as being able to cope with rougher terrain and heavy loads.

Built from double-butted, tig welded cromoly tube sets with mounts for racks and mudguards, Irons In The Fire offers unrivalled reliability and strength. A slightly higher front end gives a commanding riding position, ideal for good visibility on a commute and confidence to manoeuvre on more challenging surfaces. Combined with a lightweight carbon fork which accommodates up to 40mm wide tyres, makes the Irons In The Fire and supremely robust and versatile touring frame. 

Irons In The Fire is built as standard with the incredibly reliable Shimano Tiagra groupset which promises superbly smooth gear shifting and durable Mavic Aksium disc wheelset. The bike is complete with oversized, lightweight alloy bars and stem.

Pearson steel and titanium frames are uniquely designed using the data we have gathered from our precision bike fitting service. We have interpreted and learnt from the valuable data collected over thousands of fits to establish appropriate geometry, which enables the rider to be as comfortable and efficient as possible; our goal is to optimise position using the expertise gained over many years of supplying bikes.

Features Include:

  • Cromoly, double butted frameset.
  • Carbon fork.
  • Upright, relaxed geometry.
  • Tiagra 10-speed groupset.
  • Robust alloy finishing kit.

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): 13.2kg or 29.1lbs

Guy Pearson

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

Quick Thoughts

I love the robust nature of this bike. Steel with a carbon fork. It feels like a reliable machine every time you get on and ride. 

 

Well adapted for the road as well as 'off road' conditions, with plenty of clearance to use with bigger tyres to give grip and higher puncture resistance. Equally at home in city and country, loaded with guards and luggage. A bike designed to enjoy wherever you decide to go!

Touring
Racing
Sportive
TimeTrial
Relaxed
Aggressive
Colour Matt black/Blutack
Brakes Disc
Frame Material Cromoloy double butted steel
Fork - Blades/Shock Carbon legs with alloy steerer.
Bar Tape / Grips Cork Bartape
Extras Mavic Aksium disc wheels with 24 spokes front and rear. 21mm depth
Shifters Shimano Tiagra 4700
Chainset Shimano Tiagra 4700 10spd 50/34
Front Derailleur Shimano Tiagra 4700
Rear Derailleur Shimano Tiagra 4700
Cassette Shimano Tiagra 4700 10spd 11-32
Handlebars Pearson Oversize Alloy 42cm
Saddle Pearson micro adjust alloy
Stem Pearson oversize alloy100mm

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.