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Show prep

Condor show bikes 2012

It is nearly that time of year again: when we leave our London base and travel to Birmingham; home to Cadbury chocolate, Brooks saddles and the annual Cycle Show. Last year there was a strong shift towards steel, and we launched our racing steel model, the Super Acciaio. In the last five years the steel range by Condor has gone from strength to strength. We've seen many Super Acciaio custom builds, while team rider James McCallum reeled in two national championship titles, becoming both Scottish 2012 Road Race and Criterium Champion. There is a distinct possibility that there may be something we made specifically for the event.

It isn't always about steel, as demonstrated by Kristian House, who rode the carbon Condor Leggero to the King of the Mountains title at the Tour of Britain. Over the last four years Condor has worked with Rapha Condor SHARP riders to push and develop the flagship race bike to create a bicycle with both style and substance. What we've learnt over the past years has been passed down to other bicycles in the range.

Aside from a full display of the 2013 collection, a collection of our collaborative work is also standing tall, featuring the bicycle from Condor for Lotus and Paul Smith + Condor ranges.

Condor Acciaio 2013

Come and visit our stands: E1 and D1.

If you are in town on Friday afternoon we'll be joined by Rapha Condor SHARP's James McCallum and Kristian House, and on Saturday afternoon we welcome double Olympic gold medallist Ed Clancy.

We'll be following the build up and the events at our show via our Instagram.

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