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Reilly Cycleworks

Mark Reilly

 

 

 

 

Designer - Mark Reilly & Damon Fisher

Reilly Cycle Works

Maker -Mark Reilly & Neil Fitzgerald

Where - Brighton

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REILLY Cycle Works has three founders Damon Fisher, Neil FitzGerald and master frame builder Mark Reilly. Mark has established himself as one of the UK's pre-eminent British bicycle designers having created many hugely successful frame models/designs for brands such as Omega and Enigma. Carbon specialist Neil FitzGerald joins us from F1 and the award-winning Damon Fisher is our graphic and product designer/director. Mark, Neil, and Damon have been friends for many years and their experience and talent combine to make REILLY the beautiful brand that it is. Our HQ is in cosmopolitan Brighton on the South Coast of the UK. 2015 has seen the addition to our team of master frame builder, Adrian Parry, formerly of Roberts cycles, with over 30 years experience his skills are un-surpassed Reilly Frames are made from carbon, steel,  stainless steel and titanium and almost all are custom made. We started out life as Nerve bicycles but so many customers asked for Mark's name on our frames and bikes we decided to change the brand to Reilly Cycle Works, nothing else changes

 

 

 

 

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Email - sales@reillycycleworks.com

Phone - 01273 649849

 

 

 

 

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What defines your style as a framebuilder?

I take old school design ideas and marry these to modern materials and building techniques. I never ever rest and I am constantly thinking of new ideas and design tweaks etc.

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How did you get into frame building?

I just decided that to become a framebuilder would be rather cool, was into bikes in a major way so the choice was an easy one to make. I bought a frame building book and a set of tubes from Roberts cycles and the rest is history. I just practiced and practiced and was very lucky indeed to work with the late, great Ron Cooper who taught an incredible amount.

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Do you remember your first bike?

I do, it was a gold 531 Claude Butler, lovely old thing.

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Who or what has inspired you along the way?

My inspiration came from builders like Ron Cooper, Colnago, Tommasini and Roberts cycles

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What can we expect to see from you at Bespoked 2016?

Our team are working on some very exciting frames, some we can’t share right now. But a very modern steel road frame, a new titanium frame and a new UK made carbon frame with a difference

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Where is your favourite place to ride?

Through the lanes of North Kent

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And finally…If you weren’t a framebuilder what would you be?

I’d hope to be an F1 designer

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