Daytripper (2020)
Daytripper (2020)
Daytripper (2020)
Daytripper (2020)

Daytripper (2020)

Regular price £445.00 GBP Save Liquid error (product-noaddtocart-template line 127): -Infinity%


The Daytripper is a dependable lightweight leisure bike with a "diamond" frame shape. It is the companion bike to our Brownie model and offers simplicity and a smooth riding experience.  Featuring colour-matched mudguards, chainguard and rear carrier, a branded Bobbin sprung saddle, duracork handlebar grips and 7 Shimano gears to get you up and down hills.  

The Daytripper has a lightweight alloy rack on the back, to match the alloy frame. You'll notice the lightness if you carry your bike up steps. It's around 13kg.

One frame size:  55cm. Arriving October 2020. 

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). 

Destination Service Price
United Kingdom 3-5 working days £15
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein,
Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Spain
7 working days £80
Poland, Portugal, Slovakia 7 working days £85
Estonia, Latvia, Sweden 7 working days £88
Croatia, Finland, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Slovenia 7 working days £90
USA(1) 10 working days Cost calculated at check out (approx £170)
Rest of the world(1) 10 working days Contact us for quote

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) - 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 52cm

Inside Leg

31" - 39"
79cm - 99cm

Rider Height

5'6" - 5'11"
170cm - 181cm

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!

  • Weight: 13kg
  • Frame: Alloy 55cm
  • Forks: Steel unicrown
  • Handlebars: Alloy
  • Stem: Alloy quill stem
  • Grips: Duracork
  • Gear shifter: Shimano rapidfire
  • Gears: Shimano Tourney 7 speed, rear cassette 14-34
  • Chainset: Steel, 44T
  • Crank: Steel
  • Pedals: Alloy
  • Brakes: Tektro caliper brakes
  • Wheels: Double wall alloy with stainless steel spoke, 700c
  • Tyres: Cream 700 x 35c
  • Mudguards: Painted steel
  • Saddle: Bobbin stitched and sprung vegan leather
  • Seatpost: Alloy micro adjust
  • Kickstand: Alloy
  • Rear carrier: Alloy
  • Silver bell


Light alloy frame and parts. No compromise on features.


Covered chain, smooth pedalling, easy changing.


Beautiful comfy saddle, natural cork handlebar grips, rear carrier rack, mudguards, chainguard and bell.

Elegant runaround

Gearing Explained

The Daytripper has a single gear shifter, numbered 1-7. Number 7 is a fast gear. Use this on a good day / if you are late. Number 1 is the easiest gear. Use this if you encounter a horribly steep hill. Don't use it on flat roads. Your legs will spin furiously and it will take ages! 

Complete the Look!

Classic Headlamp

Daytripper Pannier

Metric Helmet