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Bespoked Bristol - UK handmade bicycle show 2013 gallery

Dozens of photos from the weekend's sold-out event
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The UK Handmade Bicycle Show was a sell-out over the weekend, with bespoked bicycle fans filling the halls of Brunel's Old Station in Bristol.

The increasingly popular Bespoked Bristol, now in its third year, attracted most of the UK cycle press this year, as well as the likes of Brompton, Moulton, Cycefit, Brooks, Vulpine and Schwalbe UK showcasing their wares alongside framebuilders like Donhou, Condor, Feather, 18bikes and Oak Cycles. The framebuilders ranged from building five frames a year to 100-plus.

Without further ado, here's a selection of pics from the show. You can see a much larger gallery on our Facebook pages here.

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Donhou

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Flat Frame Systems

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Condor

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Souplesse

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Faggin

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Winter Bicycles

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Sven Cycles

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Woodelo

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 If that hasn't filled your boots, there's over 50 pictures from Bespoked Bristol on our Facebook pages here.

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