All you wanted to know about titanium bikes but were afraid to ask...

Mark Lynskey, the man behind Lynskey Performance bikes and before that Litespeed, will be holding a Q&A session at Mosquito Bikes in London next month.

Lynskey Performance, based in Tennessee, USA, has built up a reputation as one of the world’s leading titanium bike specialists over the past few years. 

Mark will be conducting an informal interview with Mosquito Bikes customers at the Islington store on 3 July, 4-5:30pm.

The idea is to give customers an insight into the properties of Lynskey titanium frames and the processes involved in making them. So if you want to find out about the benefits of ti and how the bikes are made - inclucing the spiral-tubed Helix bikes (above) - get yourself along there.

Mosquito are specialists in custom frames and you can get a bespoke Lynskey bike through them. They also offer stock Lynskeys.

Mosquito are located at 123 Essex Road, London, N1 2SN.

For further info go to the Mosquito website

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