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

Ferreus bicycles

After completing a City & Guilds in blacksmith work, whilst serving with the Royal Engineers, I have worked for various engineering firms over the years. From sheet metal fabrications for agriculture to stainless steel work for the pharmaceutical industry, however, nothing really inspired me. Being a keen cyclist I decided to make myself a bicycle & that was it!

I make “traditional” style, lugged and brazed framesets varying from town style to race style, although I do have some ideas in the pipeline.


Maker - David Whymark

Designer -

Where - Bedford

45 Fairholme, Bedford, MK41 9DA


fiorentino bici

Our mission is to bring finesse, flair and craftsmanship once found in your local bike shop reviving the skills and passion that went into making a bike frame by combining these traditional attributes with twenty first century materials, modern design and innovative carbon manufacturing processes, giving birth to a uniquely personalised bicycle frame, finished with exceptional paintwork. All of which will be hand made in Yorkshire. Fiorentino frames will be made to order, featuring limited edition paintwork hand painted by one of the UK’s premier custom bike painters to ensure each job is finished to an exceptional standard.

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Where - Yorkshire



Heim bicycles

Heim bicycles is a one man company based in Trondheim, Norway. As a novice builder in the bikescene, this will be my second year at the Bespoked after building for about 1 year. I strictly build with steel, mostly Columbus and Reynolds with love for both lugs and fillets. My work is based on oldschool building. We're talking full scale blueprints by hand, building off table and mitering with handfiles, none of that fancy stuff, keeping it simple and rad. I build forks, wheels, frames and do all the paintwork myself. Check out my stand and let's have a chat. Looking forward to seeing you at this years show!

Maker - Sander Kommedahl

Designer -Sander Kommedahl

Where - Norway

Leangenvegen 14, Trondheim, Norway

lapsley frameworks

With 15 years experience in the creation of accurate metal support systems for precious museum objects I decided to combine my love of engineering with my passion for cycling.  Practicing under the guidance of Mark Reilly, I created my first fillet brazed frame and spent the following three years further developing my skills.  Lapsley Frameworks was born.  Based in Walthamstow East London, I personally design, build and paint all of my frames.  I have worked with clients on a variety of styles, but I particularly enjoy building, and riding, track frames.

Maker - Mick Lapsley

Designer - Mick Lapsley

Where - London

12 Warner Road, London, E17 7DZ


MAD (mike anderson designs)

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Maker - Mike Anderson

Designer - Mike Anderson

Where - Middlesex

Harrow, Middlesex HA3 7PZ


staal cycles

At Staal we draw on our vast experiences, ranging from being an apprentice frame builder with Roberts, to working for Giant, the worlds largest bike manufacturer. With over 20 year experience in the cycle industry, we have the skills and knowledge to make your dream bike a reality.

Maker - Mark Griffith

Designer - Mark Griffith

Where - Hailsham

Unit 4, Green Man Yard, Hailsham, East Sussex. BN27 4SF


stayer cycles

​​Stayer Cycles bikeworks and shop is a custom frame and wheel building workshop based in Leytonstone, East London. We specialise in handbuilt frames, frame repairs and custom wheels for adventurers, cyclocrossers, track racers and road cyclists.

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Designer -

Where - London

13 & 14 Acacia Business Centre, Leytonstone, London , E11 3PJ

0203 581 3280

trainor Cycles

I first caught the bug as a teenager in the 90s, when I lived and breathed mountain bikes. In 2012 I quit the boring professional career to set up as a freelance bike mechanic in Manchester. I still run revolveMCR Mobile Cycle Repairs and the Rapha Manchester workshop, and love nearly every minute of it.

I started building frames on a Bicycle Academy course in about 2012, and have been honing my skills since, around running the other side of the business. I believe in the beauty of the bicycle philosphically, practically and aesthetically, and if I get close to expressing that in my work I'll go home happy. I haven't got a bloody clue what I'm going to show yet, but there's a heavy chance that it will be Fred Dibna practical and Magic Roundabout colourful. I hope so anyway. Cheers!

Maker - Dave Trainor

Designer -

Where - Manchester

Ardwick, Manchester. M12 4AH

 Tel 07939062600