We’ll be back!

A gorgeous chainring and crankset on his very unique 'Louis Vitton' build. More on this in a separate post.

I’m not one to grossly over exaggerate claims, so you won’t be surprised to hear that I’ve been asked at least 100,000 what Bespoked Bristol was like; as an exhibitor, an attendee and a fan boy of UK hand-made stuff – with most of the questions coming from slightly envious colleagues at head office. So it’s time to finally put an end to the good cop/bad cop, 70s style Police interrogations. If a picture paints a 1000 words, then a video is going to save me a heck of a lot of time and battered fingertips. As the week comes to a close and Bespoked Bristol’s organiser Phil Taylor goes off on holiday for a well-earned rest, I thought it was appropriate to post some archive footage. The videos give a glimpse of what Bespoked looked like just before the doors opened, with the quiet buzz of ordered activity before things got truly bonkers. First thing Saturday they were queuing around the block.

I’m pleased to say that we’ll be back next year; providing the bike parking, manning the stand and talking about all things bike. I’ll even promise not to add inane drivel to the video. 🙂

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