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The UK's handmade bicycle show is back in April with established framebuilders and new names

Over 100 of the world’s best handmade bicycle makers and bicycle goods designers will be at this April’s Bespoked show in Bristol, with many new products being unveiled for the first time.

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Now in its eighth year, Bespoked is primarily a show where custom bike builders can showcase their talents. The 2018 Bespoked will see the return of established framebuilders including Feather Cycles, Saffron Frameworks, Hartley, Field, Demon Frameworks, Fifty One Bikes (below), Enigma and Condor.

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Erik Noren (Peacock Groove), Robin Mather, Ted James, Calfee and Mawis will be there too. 

Check out our coverage of last year’s Bespoked. 

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The show will also see first time appearances from Stinner Frameworks of the USA (above), Angel from Spain and Australia’s Prova Cycles (below).

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Covering other aspects of the bike, big names like Chris King and Brooks will showcase their ranges, as will Quoc Pham shoes and, for the first time, paint specialist Colourburn studio.

Over 6,000 visitors attended last year’s event.

There’s a full list of exhibitors down below.

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Location

This year’s Bespoked will again be held at Brunel’s Old Station in Bristol. It’s right next to Bristol Temple Meads railway station.

Dates and opening
Friday 20th April 2pm - 7pm 
Saturday 21st April 9.30am - 6pm
Sunday 22nd April 10am - 4.30pm

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Tickets

Early bird day tickets are available at £15 (on the door price £20 / £15 concessions).

Buy your tickets here. 

Bespoked 2017 Show Film from Bespoked on Vimeo.

Bespoked 2018 exhibitors

Academy Tools
Allied Cycle Works
Angel Cycle Works
Back of Beyond Cycling
Baum Cycles
Bear Frame Supplies
Bike Science
Boneshaker
Brelis Cycles
Brevet Cycles
Brooks England
BTR
Bureau Fidder
Calfee Design
Campagnolo
Chris King
Clandestine
Coast Cycles
ColourBolt
Colourburn Studio
Columbus
Condor
Curtis Bikes
Cyfac
Dear Susan
Demon Frameworks
Donard Bikes
Downlands Cycles
Duratec
eeBrakes
Enigma
Exzentriker
Fahrradbau Stolz
Feather Cycles
Ferreus Bicycles
Field Cycles
Fifty One Bikes
Filament
Findra
Fiorentino Bici
Grafton Saddler
Granule Frameworks
Gokiso
Hallett Handbuilt Cycles
Hamilton Frameworks
Hartley Cycles
Heim Bicycles
Hilite-Bikes
Ingrid Component
Invicta Custom by Downland Cycles
Johnsen Frameworks
Just Riding Along
Karussell Cycles
Lapsley Frameworks
LD framework
L!fe Bikes
Mather
Mawis
Mercredi
Merivale Cycle Works
Métier Vélo
Mike Anderson Design (MAD)
Moss Bikes
Moulton Bicycles
Nichols Frameworks
Olsen Bicycles
Peacock Groove
Prova Cycles
Quinntessential Colours
Quoc Pham
Rakshasa Customs
Reynolds
Rink Cycles
Robin Mather
Robot Bike Co.
Ryan Builds Wheels
Saddleback
Saffron Frameworks
Schwalbe
Shand
Sick Bikes
Silca
Son
Spoon Customs
Spray.Bike
Staal Cycles
Stanforth Bikes
Starling Cycles
Stayer Cycles
Stinner Frameworks
Sven Cycles
Swallow
Swrve
Talbot Cycles
Ted James Design
The Bicycle Academy
Toad Custom Cycles
Trainor Cycles
Trillion Cycles
University of Iowa
Velo Atelier
Weld One (Ogre Bicycle)
Werking Cycles
White Industries
Wilfried Schmidt Maschinenbau
Winter Bicycles
Wittson Cycles
Zullo

Mat has worked for loads of bike magazines over 20+ years, and been editor of 220 Triathlon and Cycling Plus. He's been road.cc technical editor for eight years, testing bikes, fettling the latest kit, and trying out the most up-to-the-minute clothing. We send him off around the world to get all the news from launches and shows too. He has won his category in Ironman UK 70.3 and finished on the podium in both marathons he has run. Mat is a Cambridge graduate who did a post-grad in magazine journalism, and he is a past winner of the Cycling Media Award for Specialist Online Writer.