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Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 2:50 pm
by g-boaf
http://cycles.peugeot.fr/fiche-velo/u682/body=5A/

Anyone tried one of these or know anything more about them?

Is it competitive or just another in a long line of car makers building a bike to go with their cars? It does look good.

I know Peuegot has done real bikes before but that was ages ago (even coffee grinders).

Re: Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 3:44 pm
by Bob_TAS
Considering they started out with coffee mills and bicycles over a hundred years ago, I'd say cycling is in their heritage. It is true that they've slacked off over the last couple of decades but I have a couple of old Pugs and love 'em. I'd snap one up if the opportunity arose, but that's just me.

Re: Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 3:48 pm
by elantra
Judging by the number of models in the range (57) they appear to be serious players in bike market, but obviously not down under.
(yet) :wink:
This has got me captivated.....http://cycles.peugeot.fr/fiche-velo/lr01/undefined-2/

Re: Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 4:23 pm
by lock_
Damn, thought they'd got around to releasing this one :wink:

Image
More here.

Always had a soft spot for Peugeots, dad had one (reminiscent to the one posted by the OP) that I rode to school every day for a couple years. Was very saddened to hear that it was left outside and simply rusted from existence after I'd finished riding it.

Re: Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 7:00 pm
by ldrcycles
elantra wrote:This has got me captivated.....http://cycles.peugeot.fr/fiche-velo/lr01/undefined-2/


Me too, that looks nice, though I'd prefer a Dawes Clubman myself.

Re: Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2016 9:30 am
by AUbicycles
This is a small grave-dig, though following the theme of the thread, this is the first Australian review of the new Peugeot RSR Road Bikes.

Re: Peugeot RSR?

Posted: Thu Mar 24, 2016 10:57 am
by g-boaf
AUbicycles wrote:This is a small grave-dig, though following the theme of the thread, this is the first Australian review of the new Peugeot RSR Road Bikes.


A bit of a different thing for Rick Krassoi from his usual E-bikes.

While I can't say much of the Peugeot bikes (never seen a new one), I can vouch for Rick being very reliable and easy to deal with when I needed to source hard to find Magura brakes in a big hurry.