London 2012 Summer Olympics

Ticket Applications Go Live!

Ticket applications are now available for the 2012 Olmpics. You can apply for tickets online but only until April 26th!  We are very excited for the Olympics to come to london and are especially looking foward to the different cycling events, gymnastics and volleyball matches. For more information on the different events and where they are being held, visit the website!

Cyclepedia Launch at Look Mum No Hands! Tonight

Tonight from 6.30pm Look Mum No Hands! will be hosting the launch party for Cyclepedia.  Come join us and the host of Resonance FM’s ‘ The Bike Show’ Jack Thurston and Michael Embacher as they discuss  their favorite bicycles in the collection. The event is free and open to the public, so come down and bring a friend! Check out the event page for more information.

Bamboo Bow T-shirt & The London SkyRide

Our Bamboo Bow T-shirt was featured in The Guardian today, alongside a fantastic interview with Erin O’Connor.  Aside from her superstar model status, Erin has a less-known passion: cycling!  It is great to read her interview on cycling fashion.  “It’s not the bike; it’s what you wear when riding it that counts. Style and functionality can coexist.” She told the Guardian.


Formerly the London Freewheel, the Mayor of London Skyride will be held from 10am-4pm on Sunday the 5th of September. This ride is unique, in that it is designed for riders to literally take over the streets of central London.  With all traffic banned on the route this day, riders are able to pedal along, enjoying the sights without worrying about being hit by traffic.  This massive demonstration of pedal power will follow along the Thames before winding through the city streets.  Iconic landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London will be key points in the 15km route.  Participation is completely free.  For more information, and to register for the event click this link.

The Bicycle Film Festival


Cyclodelic is extremely proud to be an official sponsor of this years this years London Bicycle Film Festival at the Barbican. We got a sneak preview of what’s in store at the opening party in the Barbican last night and highly reccomend ‘The Waffle Bike’ by the genius Neistat Brothers, Standing Start for making us all want to be track stars and the beautiful shots of fixed gear riders in ‘Keiren’. For a whole list of fabulous screenings, alleycats and parties going on during the festval visit their website.

Special thanks and congratulations to Laura Fletcher and Brendt Barbur.

Velorution – Great Titchfield Street

Our accessories collection is now available to purchase through bicycle boutique and commuter mecca Velorution on Great Titchfield Street, London.

Velorution  has a fantastic range of bikes, clothing and accessories and also has a loans scheme and courier service. They were one of the first shops to recognise the importance of style in cycling and were the driving force behind London’s first cycle fashion show Pret a Rouler. Keep up to date by checking out their regularly updated blog.