Here’s a classic 1984 Peugeot road bike, stripped & rebuilt into a sweet retro/modern singlespeed using a mix of restored original & modern components.

The PH10 retains much of its vintage charm, paired with lower weight, improved performance and an understated, tough aesthetic.  The basis of this chic vélo is the brazed French steel frame, which remains unmodified so it can be converted back into a geared bike.  Suitable for a discerning new owner between 5’5″ and 5’10”, the PH10 has delicious original ’80s graphics on the frame and just the right amount of patina for a 33 year old.  Mords moi!

Thoughtfully assembled with some quality upgrades, the bike is fully tuned, tested and ready to roll…


Frame & Forks: 1984 Peugeot PH10, brazed Carbolite 103 steel tubing
Size: ST: 54cm (c-t), TT: 54cm (c-c)
Headset: chromed steel 1″ threaded (original)
Stem: Atax alloy quill (original)
Handlebar: chromed steel (original)
Bar Tape: Charge black leather (new)
Brakes: Weinmann Type 500 (original + modern pads)
Brake Levers: Tektro RL-720 (new)
Brake Cables: Jagwire (new)
Chain: KMC S-1 (new)
Cranks: Sturmey-Archer 170mm
Chainring: Sturmey-Archer 130bcd
Rear Sprocket: Shimano DXR (new) with DMR freehub spacers
Gear Ratio: 42/14 = 79″ (can be easily altered to suit)
Bottom Bracket: FSA sealed cartridge 68 x 110mm (new)
Pedals: you decide
Rims: Mavic CXP-22
Hubs: Formula, rear hub converted to solid axle, front QR upgraded
Spokes: black coated stainless steel (radial front, 3 cross rear)
Tyres: Continental 700 x 25c
Tubes: Specialized (new)
Saddle: Viscount (classic Concor replica)
Seatpost: original 24.0mm (restored, new clamp)
Seatpost Binder: original (restored)
Weight: 21.6lb (9.8kg)