Congratulation to the Spin London team for putting on a fantastic show this weekend and thank you to all those who came to see us. Roll on Spin 2014!
photos by Yu Fujiwara, more photos here.
Spin London opens its doors for the first time next month and showcases the best of cycling culture. We will be exhibiting alongside Ally Capellino and Carradice, showing brand new colours and models for 2013.
Please come and say hello.
Coureur Du Monde - London launch
Thank you to everybody who joined us last night, not least Palm Beer and Burger Bear.
We say goodbye to the Belgians, their quality beer, the delicious frites…
But we are hanging on to some of their beautiful polo shirts. They will be on sale at tokyobike for a limited time £55/£60.
Photo by Yu Fujiwara
‘Coureur du Monde’, a new Belgian polo shirt brand.
“We make polo shirts for explorers, urbanites, cruising commuters, globetrotters, sofa cyclists, and everyone else intrigued by the pioneering spirit of yesterday’s cycling heroes”.
Join us to celebrate the brand launch in London with genuine Belgium beer and Frites.
follow us @tokyobikeUK to win prizes on the night
Summer feels like its edging closer. To celebrate the lighter days we are now open on Sundays too from 12-5pm
Congratulations to the Tweed Run on their 5th birthday. See you next year! Special Thanks to Karina for preparing Tweed for our tokyobike bike staff!
Photo by Yu Fujiwara, more Tweed Run photos are on here.
tokyobike is joining the Tweed Run 2013!
People who luckily won a lottery place, come and get registration bags from our store! Please bring your printed email certificate.
We are open Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 7pm and Sunday 12pm - 5pm
‘BROKEN THINGS こわれたもの’
A photography book by Sam Seager
Broken Things features images from the 1st anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake & Tsunami of March 11th 2011. Photographed over two weeks in affected communities, the book shows people and landscapes in flux, facing ongoing issues from the disaster and an uncertain future.
Profits from sales of the book will be donated to charities actively supporting local recovery efforts in Tohoku.