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Former British Champion David Millar leads the £10,048 Brompton Prize Race
Support GB vs Rest of the World in the Cycling Polo
Watch ex-World Champions Pervis and Awang battle Ed Clancy and others in vintage Japanese Keirin Trophy
World Champion Graeme “The Flying Scotsman” Obree rides his re-made version of The Old Faithful
Enjoy Fuller’s Master Brewer tasting sessions
Enjoy Oxford & Cambridge Varsity track varsity match from the two oldest university cycling clubs in the world
Talks from bike historian Scotford Lawrence of the National Cycle Museum
Try out a Penny Farthing in the sunshine and get a free R.White's lemonade
Vintage racing on tandems
Participate in a cocktail making class with Fever-Tree’s Master Cocktail Maker
Swing dance instruction from Dragon’s Den Stars Swing Patrol
National Cycling Museum Historic bike exhibition
Your chance to dress like Peaky Blinders for the day and explore the 1940's vintage fashion village
The thrilling noise of Stayer racing
Quaff Pommery Champagne
Hop onto a historic tethered hot-air balloon
Never-before-seen collection of classic cycling photography
Germain Burton, British National Team Pursuit Champion competes in Japanese Keirin
Immersive vintage activities and beauty parlours
Three Americans in the vintage Keirin Trophy including Josh Hartnmann
Vintage racing on dernys
Talks from Kat Jungnickel, renowned author of Bikes and Bloomers: Victorian Women Inventors and their Extraordinary Cycle Wear
The History of the Bicycle with the National Cycle Museum
Performances from rock ‘n’ roll legends King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys
Vintage racing on Penny Farthings
Traditional Barbers and Beauty Salons
Sports journalist and TV presenter Ned Boulting in conversation with guest speakers, athletes & historians
14-16th June 2018
Herne Hill Velodrome Dulwich Village, London

Spotlight On: Cycloc

Cycloc’s philosophy is simple, to design products that any cyclist will love to live with. By combining sculpted form and effortless function Cycloc create perfect products for integrating bicycles with interior spaces.

Cycloc is globally recognised as having created the market for design-led cycle storage and display solutions. Their class defining innovation has been recognised by awards from the cycling, industrial design, interior design and manufacturing sectors.

Their first product, Solo, was manufactured in 2006 and represented a turning point in how people store their bikes. They continue to lead in this sector with an evolving range of cycle storage products and accessories.

Each of his pieces is illuminated, signed and completely unique. They are mounted on a hand crafted, recycled, waxed and polished hardwood base to produce an exceptional statement piece for the home or office.

We ask Cycloc a few questions about their products, their history and what happens next:

 

How did the idea for Cycloc come about?

 

A hallway or living space booby trapped by bikes is a familiar experience for cyclists living in London. Cycloc Founder Andrew Lang set about creating a solution that would address the needs of living with bikes in high value interior spaces where utility space is minimal or nonexistent.

 

The resulting design, SOLO, uses the inherent rearward weight bias of a bike to define the form and provide an elegant and practical display system. SOLO has become a cornerstone of the Cycloc product range that now consists of seven products in many colours.

 

What has been your biggest surprise since starting the business?

 

There is a huge amount of goodwill and support from people wanting to see your idea succeed commercially, followed by surprise and delight when you make it happen particularly while maintaining a UK production base.

 

Who are Cycloc? What are your individual stories up to creating the brand?

 

The core Cycloc team consists of –

Dave Corrigan – Head of Sales

Clare Lowe – Business Operations

Andrew Lang – Founder and Designer

Dave managed many bike retail stores including Giant St Pauls before joining Cycloc. Clare’s background is in the built environment, from structural design to environmental impact assessment. Andrew has previously designed and developed many diverse products, taking an idea from concept to full specification is second nature.

 

Have you always worked in cycling, or has it previously been a hobby?

 

Cycling in all its forms has always been important to Andrew. Cycloc is the child of his profession and recreation. Andrew worked with several architectural and industrial design practices in London before completing a master’s degree in Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art. After founding an industrial design practice in 2003, he diversified into manufacturing and created Cycloc in 2006.

 

How do you imagine Cycloc changing over the next few years?

 

The focus for Cycloc over the next few years is to continue to expand our portfolio by creating new and relevant products for today’s cyclists.

 

 

Cycloc can be found online at Cycloc.com or on Instagram

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