The Bike and Triathlon show was a great success and also an opportunity to meet up with some of our mates in Manchester. (Do visit Pop-Up Bikes if you’re in the area!)
The Vulpine Fete area was totally brilliant and we were very proud to be sharing the space with some of the most creative companies in the bike business. The Rollapaluza gang next door to the ColourBolt stand brought DJ MoodyMann up from London, so they were spinning both cogs and vinyl. Ricky Feather showed some awesome new Feather Cycles builds. Matthew Souter from Saffron Frame Works was showing his latest work, plus the Made In England book he co-authored, which celebrates our greatest frame builders. Cyclelove, Discerning Cyclist and VeloVixen made sure everyone was fully briefed on all things cycling and were totally looking the part.
And the three Vulpine Fete artists in residence, Anthony Oram, Rebecca J Kaye and Andy Arthur, spread their cycle-tastic graphic genius for all to enjoy. And a special thank you to the guys at Wera Tools who helped us out with a replacement for our a missing Torx key. After a massively successful Bike and Triathlon show, it’s back to the workshop to get ready for Bespoked Bristol.
View the full ColourBolt collection of custom bikes.