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Broadgate Cycle Design Day in Exchange Square

SEEN hears the exciting news that that Broadgate (just next to Liverpool Street Station) will host an independent creatives ‘Shaped by Design’ initiative that includes Broadgate Cycle Design Day this Saturday 9th September.

With the capital increasingly modernising to meet the growing band of cycling enthusiasts, the day will be organised by art curator and cycling enthusiast Ed Bartlett, who is the founder of The Future Tense and imminently-expected cycling clothing brand La Classe.

Together with local East London artisan bicycle and accessories businesses, Exchange Square will transform into a dazzling display of the very latest in cycling design and innovation, workshops and demos.

Exhibitors include: Tsubasa – state of the art custom composite frames; Grafton Saddler – bespoke leather work and bicycle saddle upholstery; and Hummingbird – an ultra light, compact folding bike.

Also present will be:

• Brick Lane Bikes
• Cycloc
• Dashel
• Dry Patch
• Engineered Bikes
• Goodordering
• Grafton Saddler
• Hiplok
• Hummingbird Bikes
• Immediate Media
• Owen Wheels
• The People’s Poncho
• Tsubasa Bicycles

The free event will be open from 11am to 6pm and there will be on-site parking for 200 bikes. In addition to the market there will be workshops, talks and demonstrations including:

• Yoga for cyclists – 3 sessions
• Wheel building demonstration
• On-site bike doctor – London Bike Kitchen
www.rollapaluza.com 250m and 500m head-to-head sprint challenge
• Police cycle security marking

www.broadgate.co.uk

Broadgate
Exchange Square
100 Liverpool Street
London
EC2M 2RH

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