Bespoked Bristol Event

Bristol is a city of bicycle lovers and Brunel’s Old Station will be holding a event which is sure to appeal to them.

The designers and independent makers of bicycles will be honoured by a public event held by Bespoked Bristol between March 23 and March 25. This Bristol event incorporates everyone from the industry, as well as the press and the public who will all be under one roof – the huge event venue of the Passenger Shed.

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Bespoked Bristol has always been popular but the 2012 edition is set to be even bigger and better.

The organisers stated: “We are currently working hard at putting together the best show we possibly can for Bespoked Bristol 2012. On the strength of last year's show, we have managed to exceed all our expectations and pull in some of the best bicycle builders from the UK, USA, Italy, France and Germany.”

The exhibits take place between

Friday 23rd March - 5.00pm – 8pm
Saturday 24th March - 9.30 – 6.00pm
Sunday 25th March - - 9.30 – 5.00pm

Standard ticket entry is £7.50, but you can get a weekend pass for £12.50. Contact the organiser on tickets@bespokedbristol.co.uk .

If you can’t make the show, or want more background information about what it will be about, then there is a short film called 'Meet the Maker'. The film focuses on one exhibitor from Bespoked Bristol who is spotlighted in a profile of their craft and techniques. This helps you to get to know more about the people behind the beautiful art of bicycle making.

The full list of exhibitors is available on their website.

Brunel's Old Station is a convenient event venue located next to Bristol Temple Meads railway station, with easy public transport links by car, taxi, bus and coach. Contact us for more information.

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