This year’s Bespoked handmade bicycle show is now underway at Bristol’s Old Brunel station.
The event, which is now in its sixth year, pulls together many of the world’s most special bicycles along with the people that created them. BikeRadar has already done the rounds at this year’s show and we’ve put together the gallery above for your viewing pleasure.
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Yes, it’s a titanium saddle
In today’s gallery we’ve got hand-worked titanium saddles on bikes flown in from Japan, rubies in the head tube, bendy steel, unique wingnuts, art nouveau logos, quirky asymmetric seat stay bridges, internally routed hydraulic brakes, some eccentric spoke patterns, weld porn and lots, lots more. Dig in…
Bespoked is open to the public from April 15-17 with tickets on sale at the Bespoked website as well as on the door.
You can read more at BikeRadar.com