2019

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

VENUE, TICKETS & TRANSPORT

 

Bespoked 2018

Friday - 20th April - Press Preview - 11.00 - 14.00 (not open to public)

                               Public Opening - 14.00 - 19.00

 

Saturday 21st April - Open - 9.30 - 18.00

 

Sunday 22nd April - Open - 10.00 - 16.30

 

Ticket prices

 

Online and on the door £20

3 Day Ticket  - £30

Last Chance Sunday Ticket - 1.30 - 4.30 - £10

 

 

Please click the ticket icon to buy tickets via our ticket agent Billetto

 

On the door

Tickets will be available on the door

Concessions - £15 (Student (NUS), Job Seekers Over 60's)

1 Day entry - £20

3 Day ticket - £30

Last Chance Sunday Ticket - 1.30 - 4.30 - £10

Under 16s free of charge (when accompanied by a paying  adult)

We Are Cycling and British Cycling 2-4-1 with valid membership

Venue

 

Brunel’s Old Station - Bristol

 

 

Brunel's Old Station is located in the historic railway terminus building of the Great Western Railway situated right next to Bristol's Temple Meads railway station. It is served by the City's principal public transport services and is in an excellent central location.

 

Please note dogs are not permitted  (unless a guide dog)

 

The Engine Shed Entrance,

Brunel's Old Station,

Station Approach,

Temple Meads,

Bristol ,

BS1 6QH

Food & Drink

Legendary bike cafe Look Mum no hands will be serving hot and cold food and drinks along with some of the finest beer around

Transport

 

Bicycle Parking

 

Bicycle parking will be avalable at Brunel's Old Station - provided by Odoni-Elwell, makers of cycle storage systems. Although people will always be around this is not secure parking and bicycles left are at owner's risk so bring a lock or two. (Please remove bicycles left here directly after the show as the racks need to be removed each day)

 

Train

The show is situated at Bristol Temple Meads Station, just come out the main station entrance and the shows on the right hand side in the Passenger Shed, enter via the Engine Shed Entrance, towards the bottom of Station Approach.

 

By Car

 

Car users using the M4 should leave at junction 19, taking the M32 to the city centreand follow signs to Temple Meads station. Pay and display parking is avalable in various locations near Temple Meads station. Many of these use the RingGo App www.myringgo.co.uk