Photographs of the Cyclodelic Champagne Bicycle Treasure Hunt now up and Winners Announced

Photographs of the night and the finalists in the Dream Bike Competition can now be found on our flickr site here . Congratulations to Anna Cronin who wins a chunky Cyclodelic jeweled ankle cuff for her Big Bag Big Seat bike pictured below.

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Launch Party Success

Thank you to everyone who turned up last night to make our Champagne Bicycle Treasure Hunt so much fun! We’re just going through the photos of the event and hope to have them posted on the flickr by tomorrow. Congratulations to our winners last night, we still have a couple more prizes left to give so check this space over the weekend in case it’s you!

cyclodelic champagne bicycle treasure hunt

Photograph by Creative Exposures

New Website due to launch by then end of June

Our new website with online shop is currently under construction. We’re planning a Summer themed cycling treasure hunt to celebrate the launch so watch this space for details.

In the meantime please see the retailers section for details on where to purchase Cyclodelic on the high street and online or click here.

If you require any further information or would like to become a retailer of Cyclodelic’s products please e mail sales@cyclodelic.co.uk

Bring on the style revolution

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WHEN Topshop brings out a collection dedicated solely to the cyclista, you know things have come full circle. Gone is the excuse to pull on a sweaty T-shirt and holey tracksuit bottoms to puff into work. From now on the fashion-conscious fellow cyclist will be checking out everything from our helmets to our toe-clips. Continue reading

On your bike! Why we need more women on two wheels

  • , Monday 6 April 2009

Many a female cyclist will have gone into her local bike shop, been blinded by the racks of fluorescent fabrics and wondered if it would ever be possible to buy cycling gear that wouldn’t make her look as if she had been attacked by a highlighter pen. Why, she may have wondered, did it seem beyond the imagination of designers to come up with garments suited to the demands of the cyclist that didn’t risk the wearer being mistaken for a member of the team mending the water mains? Continue reading