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December 2015

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By |December 22nd, 2015|

In October 2011, old friends Jonny & Tom sat down to a bowl of noodles in Bermondsey and decided to start a bicycle company. Visiting Uganda two months earlier, Tom had been captivated by the simple but elegant bicycles which are ubiquitous to much of rural East Africa. These models, based on a century-old British […]

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By |December 22nd, 2015|

In October 2011, old friends Jonny & Tom sat down to a bowl of noodles in Bermondsey and decided to start a bicycle company. Visiting Uganda two months earlier, Tom had been captivated by the simple but elegant bicycles which are ubiquitous to much of rural East Africa. These models, based on a century-old British […]

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By |December 22nd, 2015|

In October 2011, old friends Jonny & Tom sat down to a bowl of noodles in Bermondsey and decided to start a bicycle company. Visiting Uganda two months earlier, Tom had been captivated by the simple but elegant bicycles which are ubiquitous to much of rural East Africa. These models, based on a century-old British […]

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By |December 22nd, 2015|

In October 2011, old friends Jonny & Tom sat down to a bowl of noodles in Bermondsey and decided to start a bicycle company. Visiting Uganda two months earlier, Tom had been captivated by the simple but elegant bicycles which are ubiquitous to much of rural East Africa. These models, based on a century-old British […]

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By |December 22nd, 2015|

In October 2011, old friends Jonny & Tom sat down to a bowl of noodles in Bermondsey and decided to start a bicycle company. Visiting Uganda two months earlier, Tom had been captivated by the simple but elegant bicycles which are ubiquitous to much of rural East Africa. These models, based on a century-old British […]

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By |December 21st, 2015|

In October 2011, old friends Jonny & Tom sat down to a bowl of noodles in Bermondsey and decided to start a bicycle company. Visiting Uganda two months earlier, Tom had been captivated by the simple but elegant bicycles which are ubiquitous to much of rural East Africa. These models, based on a century-old British […]

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