Regular price£545.00 GBP
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New for 2020, this is a re-working of our much loved Hummingbird bike. It has a slim 'mixte' frame made from lightweight chromoly steel, super curly 'moustache' handlebars, a sprung saddle and matching mudguards. It is a quirky, authentically retro bike. The riding style is coquettish: leaning forward a little with straight arms.
This frame shape is evocative of 1960's France so you may consider wearing a stripy T-shirt and cocking your hat at a jaunty angle!
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Notes on compatibility: The set-up of the Hummingbird is a different to our other bikes. The handlebar stem sticks forward and the head tube is short. If you want to attach a front basket, we recommend the Urban Front Basket. Other baskets may be too deep and may droop forwards. If you choose the rear Lightweight Urban Carrier make sure you add these bolts If you have any questions about compatibility of accessories, contact us before ordering :)
Colours: all colours are gloss finish except "Chrome Paint" which is a complex iridescent paint that ranges from dark grey, silvery and purple-hued, depending on the light and angle.
We aim to ship orders received before 12 noon GMT on the same day (Monday - Friday, excluding UK Public Holidays). Orders placed after 12 noon will be shipped the following business day.
Orders received between 12 noon on Friday and 12 noon on Monday will be shipped on Monday (excluding UK Public Holidays).
These are estimated delivery times and may be affected occasionally by factors outside our control. If you have a deadline - a birthday for example - make sure you order well in advance to avoid stress or disappointment.
(1) - Channel Islands & Isle of Man: cost calculated at check out. Delivery time: 7 working days.
(2) - Package shipping internationally might be subjected to import taxes, customs duties and/or additional local fees imposed by the destination country. Bobbin does not have any responsibility for these additional charges that may apply. Certain countries might also require additional documents. If the necessary information is not provided, this may result in delays in the order.
Assembling your bike is empowering. It’s a great way to understand how it works! Please click here to view our step by step guide to assembly. View our assembly video here.
The bike arrives in a box. The handlebars, front wheel, front mudguard, pedals and saddle must be attached.
You will need a multi-tool or hex key set, 10mm spanner, 15mm wrench, scissors, pliers, a screwdriver and a pump.
Some things to note:
If you assemble your own bike, it’s very important that you do it correctly. If you have doubts, pay your local bike mechanic to check over your handiwork or assemble it for you.
In the first few weeks of use, you can expect your bike to ‘bed-in’. You must check everything is tight before each ride. Cables will stretch so your gears and brakes will need adjustment.
Finding the correct size bike starts with measuring the legs. Take a measuring tape, place it on the floor inside the leg and measure upwards. Now check the chart below.
Frame S/M (43cm frame)
26" - 34" 67cm - 86cm
5'3" - 5'7" 160cm - 170cm
Rider heights are given as a guide only. Everyone has different length legs, regardless of height. We strongly recommend measuring the inside leg before choosing the size!