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Bespoked release exhibitor list ahead of 10th anniversary edition

Tickets also on sale for Bristol show featuring the best of British framebuilding

Bespoked, the UK Handmade Bicycle Show, heads back to Bristol for its 10th edition from 1-3 May and organisers have released a list of the bike and components firms that will be exhibiting there.

Tickets are also on sale now through its website for the event, which is the biggest such show in Europe.

A weekend ticket for the three days costs £30 + booking fee, while tickets for individual days cost £15 + booking fee rather than the on-the-door price of £20. There is also a discounted Sunday afternoon ticket costing £10 + booking fee.

Bespoked was founded by husband-and-wife team Phil and Tessa Taylor and now brings together around 100 framebuilders.

Phil said: “When we started Bespoked, the UK scene was being shaken up by a new generation of framebuilders putting torch to tubes.

> The rise of bespoke bicycles - interview with Bespoked UK’s Phil Taylor

“We’re proud to have been part of creating a new culture for handmade bikes. Everyone who visits Bespoked#10 can meet the makers of the dream machines they’ve seen online or in magazines.”

Bespoked #10

Besides the best of British framebuilding there will also be brands from Spain, Japan and France, while London-based cycling café Look Mum No Hands will be providing the catering at the event, held in Brunel’s Old Station and Engine Shed next to Bristol Temple Meads Station.

> Bespoked 2019 highlights: Prova, Quirk, Gilles Berthoud, Cicli Barco, Kimik, Ted James, Condor Cycles and much more + MASSIVE gallery

Brands and framebuilders present will include Condor, Dear Susan, Demon Frameworks, Feather Cycles, Hallett Handbuilt Cycles, Pegoretti and Saffron Frameworks, and you can find the full exhibitor list for Bespoked #10 here.

Simon joined as news editor in 2009 and is now the site’s community editor, acting as a link between the team producing the content and our readers. A law and languages graduate, published translator and former retail analyst, he has reported on issues as diverse as cycling-related court cases, anti-doping investigations, the latest developments in the bike industry and the sport’s biggest races. Now back in London full-time after 15 years living in Oxford and Cambridge, he loves cycling along the Thames but misses having his former riding buddy, Elodie the miniature schnauzer, in the basket in front of him.

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Prawo Jazdy | 3 years ago

It does seem slightly odd to be charged a £20 entrance fee to what sounds a lot like a bike shop.

nick_rearden replied to Prawo Jazdy | 3 years ago

Prawo Jazdy wrote:

It does seem slightly odd to be charged a £20 entrance fee to what sounds a lot like a bike shop.

It was Oscar Wilde who said, “The cynic knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.”

It’s fair to say that there are any number of frame builders there who would be worth £20 to meet, just on their own. Why? Because they might give you some advice that saves you hundreds or thousands.

Or, you might just enjoy the experience? 


srchar replied to Prawo Jazdy | 3 years ago

Think of it more as an art gallery.

wildoo replied to srchar | 3 years ago

Thats good value when compared to the price of Rouleur Classic.

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