Following on from the Demon T-Shirt Ryan designed for us in 2017, we’ve collaborated again with Ryan Quickfall, aka Ryan Roadkill’s for our new BSMC Full Tilt T-shirt. Available at the Bike Shed London 2018 show, the only question is to get it in white or black?
We’re pleased to announce that Urban Rider will be providing retail for the Bike Shed London 2018 show. Whether you’re looking to grab a new helmet, jacket or pair of boots, Urban Rider will have the best offerings from our favourite brands in the retail room.
When he’s not heading-up the worlds leading poly bush company Powerflex, David Power (yup, that’s his real name) can be found in his garden shed. This Beemer is David’s first build and rightly deserves a plinth at the show. There’s loads of detail you can’t see here… see it in just a few weeks at Tobacco Docks.
The Sinroja brothers have got their work cut out this year with a handful of projects on the bench, including this R nineT commissioned by TW Steel. If previous builds from this maverick watch brand are anything to go by then this latest collab should be a belter.
Jack J Hutchinson is a London based guitarist and singer-songwriter. Described by Classic Rock Magazine as “Southern-smoked blues-rock with hooks, choruses, the lot”, his latest album ‘Paint No Fiction’ went straight to the top of the Amazon Blues Chart. His single ‘Deal With The Devil’ was also named one of Classic Rock’s Tracks of the Week.
Over the last year he has toured the UK and Europe extensively, bringing his unique take on southern blues rock to new audiences.
In November 2014 Tom travelled to Austin Texas to play a string of shows over in the USA. Jamming with local blues players, as well as playing to packed out venues raising his profile internationally.
Seven years with the Tom Walker Trio found them headlining the most prestigious venues in the UK including Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, 100 Club London, The Borderline London, Eailing Blues Club, The Birmingham Town Hall, The Birmingham Symphony hall and a residency at Jools Holland’s The Jam House.
Throughout the trio toured with some of the most influential acts of the past 60 years, including The Moody Blues John Lodge, Paul Jones (Manfred Man, The Blues Band, BBC Radio 2) and The Move. As well as American blues artists including Eric Gales and Devon Alman.
JFK Blue are a stylish rock/blues band with a fresh take on well-crafted rock and blues, with stirring songs and superb musicianship. These are musicians with one aim – to play their style of blues and rock with freedom of expression, not to get hung up on genres but to play music that they like. In doing so their music is contemporary yet has an assured retro feel audiences immediately identify with.
Some have commented that JFK Blue have a Southern Rock feel combined with melodic songs and great hooks.
The Rough House Trio made a big impact at last year’s Tobacco Docks festival and have been invited to play again. The trio was formed by three friends, all with other successful bands but they just love to play together and with RHT they can play the songs they love. They play at venues around Sussex and Surrey and have made a name for themselves as a real party band, transmitting their love of playing and performing to their audiences who always go away with a smile on their face.