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Bespoked Bristol Video

The official Bespoked Bristol video is now live, have a look it’s ace!  

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Questionnaire

Questionnaire

We want to make The Bicycle Academy work for you, so we’re trying to get a handle on which course formats are most attractive, and also how often graduates would like to use the workshop facilities. We know that things will likely evolve over time, but it’s important for us to try and get a [...]

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What a show!

We would like to say a massive heartfelt thank you to Phil Taylor and all his team for putting on a fantastic event, we met so many enthusiastic people and are very proud to have been a small part of it, so here’s to next year’s Handmade Bicycle Show!

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Giving away your first bike

It’s fair to say that the first bike you build will be the worst bike you build (although functionally fine), so why not give it away to someone who really needs one. For many people the cost of frame building classes coupled with the lack of opportunities to continue frame building means that they do [...]

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Bespoked Bristol

It starts today, come along and say hello, we’ll be the ones standing in a very small booth next to the awesome (il) Soigneur

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Thanks

Thanks

It’s important to say thank you to all those who have helped us get this far: Maria, Dan, David, Nic, Matt, Matt, Luke, Gavin, John, Cecile, Chas and Fay have all helped loads, in different ways, and are responsible for The Bicycle Academy getting this far, along with many other friends of course. Things like [...]

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The Bicycle Academy is now everywhere to make sure people ‘like‘ us, follow us around and generally stay up to date with what we’re trying to do. We’re making a documentary too, as part of our crowd funding attempt, so here’s a little teaser of things to come produced by Dan Irons of Facade Photography.

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