For a chance to get a close up view of Chris Boardman's world record setting Lotus Type 108 Olympic Pursuit Bike, get on down to the Designed To Win exhibition at the Design Museum in London.
Boardman set a world record for the 4,000m in Barcelona in 1992 on this steed designed by Mike Burrows, which is usually on display at the Museum of Liverpool.
The frame is an advanced aerofoil cross-section using a carbon composite monocoque.
A total of fifteen Type 108s were built including one prototype in 1991, as well as three frames for use in the Olympic Games.
Designed to Win explores the various ways in which design has shaped the sporting world, by analysing key moments where design played a significant role in progressing sport.
A number of other notable bikes are on display, including a prototype steel frame and handlebars designed by Graeme Obree and Eddie Merckx's steel frame with drop handlebars and wire spoke wheels, designed and built by Colnago.
It's open between between 27 July - 9 September and costs £5.00-£8.80.
The Design Museum is also running an evening event on Friday 7 September at 6.30pm, entitled Bike v. Design.
They say: "Few other design objects provoke such passionate enthusiasm as the ‘humble’ bicycle. In an evening of discussions, demonstrations, screenings and presentations, mingle with some of the leading riders and players in bike design as we get down and dirty and just plain geeky over bikes."
Participants include Brooks, Bike Film Festival, 5th Floor, Condor Cycles, Cosmic Bike Polo, Moulton Bicycles, Charge Bikes, Singular and many more.
Thanks to the Design Museum for the use of their images.
After an unpromising start, having to be bribed by her parents to learn to ride without stabilisers, Sarah became rather keener on cycling in her university years, and was eventually persuaded to upgrade to proper road cycling by the prospect of a shiny red Italian bike, which she promptly destroyed by trapping a pair of knickers in the rear derailleur. Sarah writes about about cycling every weekend on road.cc.