Pashley Roadster


  • Fuel efficient
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Loud "ding-dong" bell
  • Integrated kickstand
  • Dual saddlebags, ideal for carrying rocks


  • Slow
  • Unsafe (no airbags, seat belt, crumple zones, or brake lights)
  • No bluetooth
  • Climate control has one setting, outside
  • Uncomfortable seat

Office Commentary

The Pashley Roadster leaves much to be desired by the average driver. It's small cargo space (< 1 cu.ft.) lack of features, poor engine performance, passenger seats, and ability to control "the elements" make the Roadster appeal to a small contingent of Narberthians who prefer to ride like The Wicked Witch of The West, over what the rest of the world has come to expect from a vehicle. Perhaps they are Sandernistas, perhaps they are tired of riding around in a shitbox, perhaps they miss the feeling of sitting on a broomstick, or all of the aforementioned reasons. However, the rest of the office can't find a reason to recommend the Roadster.