This is Jesper Sølling Pedersen, built in Copenhagen in 2002; it was in beautiful condition when bought it year or so ago, because the owner never really rode it but kept it as display item. However, since then have made significant upgrades, including turning it into 9-speed and fitting dynamo and lights, amongst other things: details below. Size is important because there is limited scope for adjustment. It is Royal Large, which means it's suitable for someone between 5'10" and 6'3". As currently adjusted it suits me, and I'm 6'2" with an inside leg measurement of 34"; however, more reliable indicator is that the distance between the saddle and the pedal at its lowest point is 36" almost exactly the same measurement as on my Brompton. Its frame number is CC054U, which means it was built in Christiana, Copenhagen (CC) and it was the 54th (054) of the year 2002 (05). Upgraded specification:Upgraded to 9-speed gears with Shimano 105 chainset, Alivio HG400 MTB Cassette, Deore rear derailleur, new chain, Saint BB80 Hollowtech II Bottom Bracket and SRAM X5 Centera 9spd Gripshift. Dynamo lighting system: Shimano dynahub B&M Lumotec Lyt Plus headlight, Toplight Plus rear light, both with standlight.New Marathon Racer tyres, front and rear.Brooks Slender leather grips (https://www.brooksengland.com/en_row/slender-grips-130-mm-100-mm.html).AXA Victory frame lock (https://www.dutchbikebits.com/axa-victory-wheel-lock).New wider luggage rack (the previous Tubus Fly was good but not at carrying large panniers).Mirrycle rear-view mirror on (my own) custom-designed extended mount.Shimano PD-M324 pedals: Note the bike will be supplied with pedals as in the last photo, not the ones shown elsewhere. There’s great deal of information on the Pedersen at http://www.dursley-pedersen.net/ and http://www.pedersen-bike.dk/pedersenbikes.htm, for example. I would much prefer collection from my home (SW15) or could deliver more or less anywhere in London. But if it's necessary to dispatch it would, bit reluctantly, do so, at cost. I estimate that delivery by courier within the UK would be about £135, or to destination in Europe, somewhere between £165 and £195, depending on where exactly. hope this helps.
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