Established names will line up alongside the new generation of framebuilders at Bespoked Bristol 2011 in June.
Road, track and MTB will all be included at the show, with the press and invitation launch on June 10th, then open to the public on June 11th and 12th from 9 till 6.
Pitched as a meeting point for makers, designers and customers to come together, share ideas and order a bike, extra space has been dedicated to exhibitors due to overwhelming demand, the show organiser tells us. Custom frames, bicycle compoents and unique bicycle clothing will all be included.
Fresh Tripe Bikes said: "We’re really, really looking forward to the Bespoked Bristol bike show; it’s what the stagnant UK show scene has been asking for quite some time. Being the UK distributor of Velo Orange items we’ll be showcasing a freshly built Randonneur-style bicycle built solely with Velo Orange products from the frame up. We’ll also have their parts on our stand so show-goers can get a closer look as these vintage-style items. As well as this we’ll have a few other builds on the stand; from a classic road bike to a period build MTB – each will be debuted at the show."
Lee Cooper – Porteur
The Complete Line Up
Axel Imports – Guru Cycles and Industry 9 components
The Bicycle Academy
The Foot Down
Just Riding Along
Lee Cooper Custom Frames – John West Custom Paint – Alex Hatfield Concepts
Paulus Quiros Design
Really Useful Bikes
Rock n Road- Waterford Precision Cycles, Gunnar Cycles
Shutt Velo Rapide
Synergy action – Delta 7, PowerCordz Cables Ted James Designs