Made by Pashley, the Moulton TSR bikes aren’t really foldables, they’re high-performance bikes that can be packed down. The distinctive spaceframe splits in the middle in seconds, so the TSR can be put in a car boot or onto public transport.
But where the TSR really excels is the suspension – it’s built to let the TSR be comfortable, but have high-pressure tyres for speed. Riding a TSR feels like gliding over the ground.
I’ve got a demonstrator TSR in the shop to try out.
There are 3 models of TSR, or I can do a custom build with anything you like – Rohloff hub gear for instance.
The TSR 8 has an Alfine 8-speed hub gear for a wide range, and sealed away for reliability.
The TSR 9 has a 9-speed SRAM derailleur and is the lightest TSR model at under 12kg.
The TSR 22 is the tour/race model, with drop bars and a 2×11 derailleur gearing system.