Design Museum's Cycle Revolution exhibition

A new exhibition of the Cycle Revolution at the London’s Design Museum, features 77 models on display.

Cycle Revolution exhibition at London’s Design Museum, celebrates the diversity of contemporary cycling in Britain, from every day commuting to Olympic level competition.



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Bike builder’s workshop – showing the tools, materials and skills that combine to create a bespoke machine. Six independent British bike builders are profiled – Donhou Bicycles, Toad Custom Cycles, Hartley Cycles, Robin Mather Cycles, Mercian Cycles and Shand Cycles.

High profile cyclists including Lord Norman Foster and Sir Paul Smith discuss their passion for cycling and hopes for its future in the closing film.

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Design Museum director Deyan Sudjic, said:

“Bicycles are amazing because they are one of those things that every designer would like to have a go at designing, a bit like chairs or corkscrews.”

The exhibition opens on 18 November until 30 June 2016.

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