2019

Bespoked - a celebration of handmade bicycles & those who make them

2019 Tickets Now Available Online!

Welcome to Bespoked 2019 - now in its ninth year, Bespoked has firmly established itself as the premier handmade bicycle show in Europe. The world’s greatest artisan bicycle makers will be in Bristol at Brunel’s Old Station to showcase their work for three days over the weekend of the 3rd - 5th May 2019.

 

At Bespoked most of the bikes on show will have been commissioned by individuals, and are the result of a partnership between customer and maker. Many bikes on show will be previously unseen – Bespoked is the highlight in the framebuilders’ calendar and they all work hard to bring something special to the show.

 

As well as classically beautiful bikes built for the road, track, mountains and town, you can expect to see the unexpected: from ground breaking design to alternative visions from people who think outside the box.

 

There will also be handmade cycling accessories, components, apparel, footwear, art and literature on show. An exciting program of talks will be taking place and London cycle cafe Look Mum No Hands will be serving coffee, cakes, beer and more.

 

Take advantage of our Early Bird offer of £15 day entry ticket (normal ticket price £20)

Get entry to all 3-days of the show with a weekend ticket for £30, or enjoy our special Sunday afternoon offer for just £10.

Framebuilder of the week - Winston Vaz

London based, veteran frambuilder Winston Vaz has been making bicycles his whole life, initially with Holdsworth then for 27 years with Roberts.

Meet the Maker - The Moulton Bicycle Company

Our latest film profiling The Moulton Bicycle Company.

Cyclist Track Days are back in 2019

Cyclist magazine, in association with ASSOS of Switzerland, is offering you the opportunity to try out a selection of road bikes from top brands on a purpose built track. Ticket price includes unlimited cycling 10am-4pm, a delicious hot lunch and exclusive Cyclist goody bag.

For further information, and to book your place, visit the Cyclist Track Days website here.

Maruya Cycles Interview

With so much thought, consideration, conversation and skill behind every single bike at Bespoked we thought we'd ask the builders to give a bit more detail.

Japanese framebuilders Maruya Cycles explain what it takes to make bikes to race the legendary KEIRIN series.

 

 

Bespoked 2019 Exhibitors

18 Bikes

Academy Tools

Alchemy Bicycles

Allied Cycle Works

Alpine Luddites

Angle Cycleworks

Arbr Limited

Armour Custom Bicycles

Auguste Handmade Bicycles

Barbastelle

Beamz

Bear Frame Supplies

Beaumont Bicycle

Bedovelo

Berthoud Cycles

Bike Science

Boneshaker

Brevet Cycles

BTR

Butterfield Bikes

Campagnolo

Cicli Barco

Ciclos Oleka

Chater-Lea

Chris King

Clandestine

ColourBolt

Columbus

Condor

Crossley Metal

Curtis Bikes

Cycles Berthoud

Demon Frameworks

Don Walker Cycles

 

 

 

 

Enigma

Exzentriker

Fahrradbau Stolz

Findra

Frost and Sekers

Golden Age Cycles

Grafton Saddler

Hallett Handbuilt Cycles

Hamilton Frameworks

Hevans Custom Cycles

Hilite-Bikes

Ingrid Component

Just Riding Along

La Fraise Cycles

LD framework

Legend

L!fe Bikes

Lord Cycles

Maruya

Masca Frameworks

Mawis

Meander

Merivale Cycle Works

Moss Bikes

MOSKITO Watch

Moulton Bicycles

Nichols Frameworks

Owen Wheels

Prova Cycles

Purple Dog Custom Cycles

Quinntessential Colours

Quirk Cycles

Rakshasa Customs

 

 

Reilly Cycle Works

Restrap

Reynolds

Rink Cycles

Rodford Built Transport Systems

Rideworks

Ryan Builds Wheels

Saddleback

Saffron Frameworks

Schwalbe

Shand

Silca

Smithy Frameworks

Son

Spoon Customs

Spray.Bike

Stanforth Bikes

Starling Cycles

Stayer Cycles

Super Nova

Sven Cycles

Swrve

Ted James Design

Tegner

TJ Cycles

The Bicycle Academy

The Steel Bicycle Project

Toad Custom Cycles

Trillion Cycles

Tri-Sept Cycles

Varohna Frameworks

White Industries

Wilfried Schmidt Maschinenbau

Winter Bicycles

Wittson Cycles

Workhaus Bikes