Paris Cycles was started in the early 1940s by Harry Rensch, a close friend and neighbour of Monty Young, Condor's founder. The lightweight thoroughbred frames soon became sought after pieces, famous for their continental flair.
Condor Cycles has recreated what was formerly known as the Tour de France frame, incorporating the original bi-lamination design and using the experience gained from building frames by hand and working in steel. The new Paris uses modern technology and materials but stays true to the original iconic design.
Although the frame is made using modern technology, it is a time consuming process and Condor will make 30 Paris frames per year in the metallic green/lime green colour way.
The Paris is sold as a frameset (includes fork and headset) and built as a complete bike.
Sized 49, 52, 55, 58 and 61cm. Custom frame geometry is available
The Paris 'Path' is a single speed frame and Paris Road features a drop out of road gearing.
A number of build options are available from Condor. Use our bike builder to design yours.
View the Paris Path on our product pages here.
Please note: Condor still produces the Paris Galibier frameset, but due to the complexity of the frame design this is available to order only. Please contact us for more information.