Ironbridge Bicycles are a tribute to Britain's industrial heritage, with a handbuilt British frame its core that lays testament to the true craftsmanship of the British isles.
Each bicycle features traditional but contemporary high quality hand-made British frame without the expense, involvement and waiting time of a bespoke frame.
We have three models, each named after a significant date in British manufacturing.
First up is the 1779, named after the opening of the Iron bridge, the first in the world. Suited as a gravel/touring/bikepacking frameset, it features a fully fillet brazed frame for derailleur or internal gearing. It will be available in belt or chain options, with disc brakes.
Next is the 1851, after the date of The Great Exhibition which showcased British and manufacturing achievement. Suited for gravel/CX/road riding, with three joints fillet brazed. It’s designed for 1 x 11 or derailleur options with discs.
Last but not least is the 1952 – The 1950s being the heydey of British bespoke cycle frame production, and the area telephone code for Ironbridge”. This is a pure road build, fully lugged and available for caliper or disc brakes with level or sloping top tube.