Nestled in the heart of London's East End, Spin LDN showcases some of the most progressive and forward-thinking brands from across the globe and features a selection of handmade frames, emerging cycle fashion brands, off-the-peg bikes, accessories, cycle-wear and cyclic artwork.
“This event mirrors the buzz, energy and synergy of cycling and contemporary culture. For consumers nowadays craft, heritage and convenience are paramount - so we are providing a platform for independent brands and retailers whom you won’t find on the high street. All this set against a backdrop of thought provoking talks, Live Bike Polo, trick demos, cyclic comedy, Art, DJ’s, Theatre, Belgian craft ale, coffee & street food!” says Alex Daw, Spin's Director.
Spin LDN hosts an eclectic range of entertainment over an action packed weekend. Visitors can expect tales of epic rides from noted former cyclists, talks from designers whom may influence the future of cycling such as Foster&Partners, designers of the fascinating, futuristic Sky-cycle! Tips on how ‘not’ to secure your bike will be shared by local former bike thieves whom will be talking to a panel which includes police spokesmen and bike security firms. Plus gold winning Paralympian, Mark Colbourne, will divulge his inspirational journey from life threatening injury to Olympic Gold at London 2012. Cycleschemers can get tickets for just £4 (usually £10 on the door) when using code: CSCHEME when buying tickets online. You can follow Spin LDN on twitter here: @spinldn
Win a tokyobike & 10 pairs of tickets to Spin LDN!
We've teamed up with Spin LDN and tokyobike to give one lucky Cycleschemer a very special prize - a brand new limited edition singlespeed tokyobike worth £620 with 10 runners-up bagging a pair of free tickets to the show.
tokyobike is a small, independent bicycle company founded in 2002 in the quiet Tokyo suburb of Yanaka. The name was derived from the design of the bikes. In the same way the mountain bike was designed for the mountains so tokyobike was designed for Tokyo.
Based on the concept of ‘Tokyo Slow’ the bikes are designed to be light to ride with an emphasis on comfort over speed. The bike is simply a way to enjoy your city, as much about the journey as the destination. To find out more you can follow tokyobike on Twitter @tokyobikeUK
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