Bespoked - The UK Handmade Bicycle Show - A Celebration of Handmade Bicycles & Those Who Make Them
Pratt Frameworks is a Rhode Island based bicycle company created by designer / maker Max Pratt. We specialize in steel bicycles for on and off road riding. Our goal is to create a timeless machine that will deliver high performance for lifetimes. Simplicity, function, and elegance are at the heart of every Pratt frame.
PUSH Industries is located in Northern Colorado, from where all their components are machined and hand assembled.After starting out building parts to tune forks and rear shocks, they now focus on their own complete rear shock called the ELEVENSIX, and coil conversion kits for Fox and Rockshox forks.They also make precision tools for the servicing and maintaining of suspension forks in the home workshop.
PUSH is now exclusively available in the UK through Saddleback Ltd.
Where - USA
Inspired by some of the most demanding endurance cycling events in the world, we offer models to help you with your adventures - each a versatile, multi-surface machine. Each model has been inspired, designed and ridden in some of the toughest most demanding ultra-cycling events in the world, using these experiences to develop the best bikes you will ride. Whether that’s riding along forgotten gravel roads, climbing cols in the Italian Alps or racing ultra-endurance events across the world, we can always say #QuirkWorks.
Maker - Rob Quirk
Designer - Rob Quirk
Where - London
Rakhor Cycles - Bicycle Paint - Bicycle paint courses
From plain colors to the gnarliest glitter, sharp lug lines, silky or crystal polished finish; you name it. Directly from the center of Madrid we at Rakhor Cycles paint, design even modify steel frames to match what you are looking for. Custom and off the peg designs. Bicycle frames, forks, stems, racks or whatever. We are also presenting this year our bicycle frame painting courses that are aimed to the amateur or the professional alike.
Where - Spain
Cameron Jarvis was trained as a jewellery maker. However, before long, his favourite hobby led him to take up work as a bicycle mechanic. After more than a decade in the trade he is still as passionate about bikes as he was on day one. Cameron studied fillet brazing at the Bicycle Academy. He then spent a further two years servicing bikes by day and welding by night, thereby honing his craft. In 2016 Rakshasa Customs was born. We specialise in off-road frames as that’s what we know, and that’s what we ride. Utilising full tube sets, mixing and matching tubes from different manufacturers, and sometimes even producing our own, we create aesthetic, individual, and durable frames, ideally suited to the owner and to their particular riding style.
Maker - Cameron
Designer - Cameron
Where - London
07787 692 093
REILLY CYCLE WORKS
REILLY Cycle Works embodies the beliefs of its three founders Mark Reilly, Neil FitzGerald and Damon Fisher. With every Reilly bike, we seek to push the boundaries of design and bicycle manufacturing to support real riders. Mark has established himself as one of the UK's pre-eminent British bicycle designers having created many hugely successful frame models/designs for many famous brands, nobody else in the UK knows titanium so well, he has also taught frame building to far more than one winner of the brilliant Bespoked show.
UNIT 6, LEVEL 3, New England HOUSE, BRIGHTON BN1 4GH
Innovation is at the heart of all we do. Reynolds Technology invented tube butting back in 1898 in Birmingham, UK as a way to reduce weight safely. This process is still being used on lightweight bike frames today, with Reynolds still operating out of Birmingham, over 121 years on. Reynolds first brought out the highly alloyed steel 531 back in 1935, introduced the first heat treated steel to the industry with the advent of 753 in 1976, and, most recently, have started exploring the possibilities of 3D printing technology, with 3D printed titanium dropouts commercially available and further work being done on 3D printing in stainless steel. Our super-steel 953 is currently the strongest tube-set available to builders, and with titanium, hydroformed aluminium, air-hardening 631 and 853, and cold-worked 921, there’s a material to meet every specification.
Building 21, Shaftmoor Industrial Estate, 226 Shaftmoor Lane, Hall Green, Birmingham B28 8SP
0121 777 3853
Rideworks are a small UK maker of mountain bike components, our emphasis is on UK made quality parts.
Everything is designed and made in house using aircraft specification aluminium alloy.
Our expanding range includes chain rings, hub sets, bottom brackets, bash rings, chain guides, single speeds kits, pedals, and stems.
Maker - Paul MacDonald
Designer - Paul MacDonald
Where - Coventry UK