The Biggest Bike Jumble

All Weekend

We are proud to present for 2018 the biggest UK outdoor bike jumble! A sight to behold starring some of the most fascinating bike jumblers in the UK. A real treasure trove for collectors or casual browsing.

Vintage Bike Shed

The Vintage Bike Shed is a family run business specialising in L'eroica period bikes, frames, wheels, parts and accessories. You can also hire your handsome ride from these lovely people!

Sheffield Bike Repairs

Sheffield Bike repairs are a devoted cycle jumblers, selling old and new parts! They also specialise in building frames and wheels to order. The range of cycling from road racing/sportive events and mountain biking is a passion in this company.

Re-Cycle

Re~Cycle is a UK charity committed to improving life prospects through the provision of cheap, sustainable transport in Africa. This great bunch will be at Eroica Britannia selling vintage bicycles and bike parts to help sustain their brilliant work.

Wilkies Wheels

Purveyors of period bicycle frames and components, offering a bespoke bicycle restoration service.

Under Rustoration

Specialising in pre 1960s British cycles and spares with a strong emphasis on originality. Head this way for period cycling clothing, from vintage jerseys, caps to tweeds! What a handsome selection!

 

John and Lyn Francis-Dean

John and Lyn Francis-Dean will be bringing a mighty fine collection of vintage bicycles, bicycle parts and related bicycle components and accessories.

Classico Bici

Eroica Britannia veterans Classico Bici, will joining us for another year, bringing an extensive selection of pre-87 bikes for hire and to buy!

Peter Stephenson

Collector or casual browser, Pete Stephenson has a fascinating collection of vintage bikes and parts guaranteed to keep your attention!

K2 Trading

Get down to K2 for a good old fashioned rummage! Authentic threads and bike bits galore!

Paul Jones

Heaps of hidden gems just waiting to be discovered by the eagle eyed enthusiast! Classic jumble items from vintage frames to 1960’s cotton caps.

 

 

 

 

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