Bespoked Bristol at Brunels Old Station

The Bespoked Bristol event takes place this weekend at Brunel's Old Station but there are still chances to win prizes beforehand.

Bespoked is a major UK event which promotes the talents of independent bicycle makers from across the world.

Bristol is a city of bicycle lovers and they have already shown interest in the prizes on Bespoked Facebook which include specially designed t-shirts and mugs to mark the occasion. This tasteful merchandise is also available to purchase at the show itself.

The opening day for the event is Friday and it will start with an opening show, judging and awards.

Bicycle Exhibition Bristol

Meet the Maker

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Events & Talks

On Friday, March 23, there is Roller Racing by South Coast Sprints from 5pm to 7.45pm followed by the Bespoked Bristol 2012 Awards Ceremony.

On Saturday, March 24, there is a Q & A hosted by experts with advice on becoming a frame builder from 10.15am to 11am, followed by Keith Noronha from Reynolds on whether some materials are better than others for building bike frames.

On Sunday, March 25, a talk from 10am to 10.45am discusses producing bicycle frames in the UK, followed by a corresponding talk about the same subject for the US market. At 4.30pm the Winner of the Public Vote Award takes place.

All events are held in the Look Mum No Hands Cafe area at the show. See you there!

Our Bristol Event Venue

Brunels Old Station is the ideal venue for exhibitions. Our spectacular Grade 1 listed Victorian building is one of the largest event venues in the South West. If you have an event or an exhibition which would benefit from being held in a central Bristol location, contact us today for more information.

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