Pashley Cycles of England has been in the game since the 1920's. They have an impressive offering of bikes that transcend generations. Like the Brooks company, whose saddle is used on many of their bikes, they have been making quality products for years without fail - why mess with a good thing?
Now, more than any other time in the history of cycling, many riders desire the look, feel, and simplicity of a vintage design. Fixed gear bikes are more popular than ever and now the path racer is making its way back into the mix. In 2007, Fixed Gear Gallery even held a design contest embracing these regal machines.
Well, the Guv'nor takes all the design characteristics of a classic path racer and can be much more of a bike than just a 3-speed cruiser. This was proven by Bryce and David, two gentlemen who rode Guv'nors in L'Eroica, a 127 mile race through the Italian countryside. If it weren't for modern day photography and cinematography (...and clipless pedals), you'd think that these guys were right out of the days of yore: