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Bespoked 2017 will present 100 of the world’s best handmade bicycle makers

UK Handmade Bicycle Show announces 2017 date and full exhibition list

The next edition of the popular Bespoked UK Handmade Bicycle Show will take place in Bristol on 7-9 April 2017, and the full exhibition list, comprising over 100 of the world’s best handmade bicycle makers, has been revealed. 

In just a few years the show has grown to be one of the most interesting and fascinating on the UK cycling calendar, providing you have a penchant for beautifully made bespoke road bikes. 

Bespoked 2016: The edit starring Demon, August, Talbot, Quirk, Saffron and lots lots more

Once again, the show will take place at Brunel's Old Station in Bristol, which provides good transport links.


Browsing the 2017 exhibition list, there are some familiar names. Bespoked stalwarts such as Saffron Frameworks, Demon Frameworks, Swallow Bespoke and Ted James Design will be back with some of their latest creations. Feather Cycles, Brian Rourke and Campagnolo will also make a return. 

Also notable on the exhibition list is Rob English, a highly regarded frame builder based in Oregon with a reputation for building some of the most striking road bikes ever to grace the pages of Also appearing at Bespoked for the first time will be Calfee Designs, with its carbon and bamboo bikes. 

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Here are the opening times for the 2017 show: 

  • Friday, 7th April, 2pm - 7pm
  • Saturday, 8th April, 9.30am - 6pm
  • Sunday, 9th April, 10am - 4.30pm

You can watch a short film from the 2016 show here. 

Bespoked - The UK Handmade Bicycle Show 2016 from Bespoked on Vimeo.

Here’s the full list of exhibitors. To be considered for the show, bicycles must be made by a framebuilder. You won’t see any mass-produced bikes here.

  • August Bicycles
  • Bastion Cycles (Velo Atelier)
  • Bear Bikes
  • Beaumont Bicycle
  • Bike Science
  • Boneshaker Magazine
  • Brian Rourke
  • Brooks England
  • Calfee Design
  • Cameron Jarvis
  • Columbus
  • ColourBolt
  • Columbus
  • Condor Cycles
  • Curtis bikes
  • Cyfac
  • Demon Frameworks
  • Donard
  • Downland Cycles Ltd
  • Duratec
  • Duzil
  • Ellis Briggs Cycles Ltd
  • Engineered Bicycles
  • English Cycles
  • Evanson Bike Works
  • Ex-zentriker
  • Fahrradbau Stolz
  • Feather Cycles
  • Fifty One Bikes
  • Gilles Berthoud SA
  • Granule Frameworks
  • Hallett Handbuilt Cycles
  • Hamilton frameworks
  • Hartley Cycles
  • Invicta
  • Karussell Cycles
  • King frameworks
  • Kumo
  • Lapsley Frameworks
  • Legend
  • Life Bicycles
  • Llewellyn Custom Bicycles
  • Look Mum No Hands!
  • Malcolm Custom Bicycles
  • Mawis-Bikes
  • Mack Workshop
  • Massifcentral
  • Merivale Cycles
  • Mercredi
  • Meteor Works Ltd
  • Middle of Nowhere
  • Moss Bikes
  • Nevi
  • Nichols Frameworks
  • Odoni
  • Owen Wheels
  • Officina Battaglin
  • Ogre
  • Oram Kaye
  • Paulus Quiros
  • Phoenix Hotworks
  • Quirk Cycles
  • Really Useful Bicycles
  • Reilly Cycle Works
  • Reynolds Technology
  • Restrap
  • Rink Cycles
  • Rohloff
  • Rowan Frameworks
  • Rourke Framesets
  • Ryan Builds Wheels
  • Royce
  • Saffron Frameworks
  • Schwalbe
  • Sébastien Klein
  • Shand Cycles
  • Snowdon Bike
  • SON
  • Sputnik Tool
  • Strada Wheels
  • Stanforth Cycles
  • Stålstua (staalstua)
  • Sven Cycles
  • Swallow Bespoke
  • Sword Cycles
  • Swrve
  • Talbot Frameworks
  • Teague Bicycles
  • Ted James Design
  • The Bicycle Academy
  • Toad Custom Cycles
  • Titchmarsh Cycles
  • Trevor Jarvis Cycles
  • University of Iowa
  • Velo Atelier
  • Velocity Sports Cycling
  • Werking di Sega Andrea
  • White Industries
  • Whippet Bicycle
  • Winter Bicycles
  • Wooden Bike

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David worked on the tech team from 2012-2020. Previously he was editor of and before that staff writer at RCUK. He's a seasoned cyclist of all disciplines, from road to mountain biking, touring to cyclo-cross, he only wishes he had time to ride them all. He's mildly competitive, though he'll never admit it, and is a frequent road racer but is too lazy to do really well. He currently resides in the Cotswolds, and you can now find him over on his own YouTube channel David Arthur - Just Ride Bikes

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