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The Journal

Beating Blue Monday By Bike – AKA How to Make Better Decisions

So today is Blue Monday. How does it feel? Well, maybe a just little depressing but, don’t worry, by simply riding a bike you could change all that.

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Vickers Bicycle Company Spring/Summer 2014

The calendar might say it’s still a long way off but the brilliant azure sky outside of the HQ window today is making me think of just one thing – Spring!

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An Instagram Review of 2013

A review of 2013 with the help of our Instagram feed. From the birth of a bicycle to the Best of Britannia and a few stops along the way.

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Schmidt SON Edelux

Something that sets English roadsters apart is how beautifully it combines style and practicality. The Schmidt SON Edelux dynamo front lamp continues that tradition.

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Hand in Glove. Monsieur London & Vickers Bicycle Co.

What started with a casual Tweet led to our Roadster featuring in the latest shoot for men’s accessory brand Monsieur London. Simple elegance. Traditional craftsmanship. And beautiful products. Here are some of the shots from the day.

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Showcasing the Best of British Manufacturing

Form 3rd to 5th October, in the Victorian splendour of Clerkenwell’s Farmiloe Building, the Best of Britannia event showcases the very best of British manufacturing. And we’re pleased to say we’ll be there, with our Roadster.

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A Very British Problem: Can a Bicycle be Made in Britain?

Once British bicycles ruled the world. That’s something we’re incredibly proud of here at Vickers Bicycle Co. Our desire to be part of the movement to reclaim that title helped us to create something special: our Roadster bicycle. Handmade in Great Britain.

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The Reading List. Part 1 – TUSK Journal

Helping you navigate your way through the web, here we begin a new feature showcasing some of the best online content for the modern man to enjoy. This time it’s TUSK Journal.

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A British Cycling Icon – The Rebirth of Coloral

Of all the contributions Britain has made to cycling, there are few more accurately described as “iconic” than the Coloral flask. Now a team of cycling & design fans are trying to bring it back to life.

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