Last week I had the pleasure to attend the opening of Cycling Revolution, the new exhibition at London’s Design Museum celebrating British cycling over the last decade.
I was representing Shand as part of the frame-builders workshop showing the best of British alongside Tom Donhou, Toby Toad, Caren Hartley, Robin Mather and Mercian. Andrew Denham from the Bicycle Academy helped organise the frame-builders area and had done a fantastic job adding props alongside the bikes and videos of each builder on show.
Other highlights included Sir Bradley Wiggins’s hour and world championship bikes plus Eddy Merckx 1972 track bike – although my personal favourite was the first ever production Stumpjumper from 1981!
The exhibition runs until 30 June 2016 and the Stoater we have on show is there for the duration. There’s plenty to see and it’s definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area!