Created by a partnership between Japanese industry giant Bridgestone and Alex Moulton, suspension guru and originator of the small-wheeled bicycle, the Bridgestone Moulton was directly related to the original Moulton F-Frame bicycle of 1962. It was available in two frame formats – separable or fixed – and a variety of specifications including drop handlebar and double chainring variants. It was ideal for commuting, touring and leisure use.
The Bridgestone Moulton was manufactured in Japan by the Bridgestone Co. It is no longer available.