On Your Marques - Roberts Cycles - 06 June 2020

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jahknob
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On Your Marques - Roberts Cycles - 06 June 2020

Postby jahknob » 21 Feb 2020, 9:04pm

Quick heads-up - there's going to be a Roberts event on Saturday 06 June 2020, the first weekend of National Bike Week, an afternoon ride around south London to see the various locations where Roberts Cycles existed, commemorating 100 years since the birth of Charlie Roberts, followed by a trip up to north London for a drink and the chance to see the shop with (almost certainly) the most Roberts frames currently in one place.

News and more details soon to go up on the Roberts website and twitter feed (@RobertsCycles). Please send an email via the Roberts website to the address on the home page if you are coming along, so we can gauge numbers. Hopefully, as in 2018, we'll have some competitions, some prizes and some insights from some of those associated with the man and the brand over the years.

Bring your favourite Roberts (or Roberts-built Condor, Evans, Pearson, Geoffrey Butler, Freddie Grubb, Claude Butler, Charlie Davey, Holdsworth or Phoenix, or related Geoff Roberts, Varonha or Six Four).

Hope to see some of you there!

patthebike
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Re: On Your Marques - Roberts Cycles - 06 June 2020

Postby patthebike » 3 Jun 2020, 9:24am

I'm guessing this is now cancelled? :(

jahknob
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Re: On Your Marques - Roberts Cycles - 06 June 2020

Postby jahknob » 3 Jun 2020, 12:18pm

Hi,
Yes - certainly postponed for the time being. We will see what we can come up with once things are back to whatever passes for "normal"

patthebike
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Re: On Your Marques - Roberts Cycles - 06 June 2020

Postby patthebike » 4 Jun 2020, 11:17am

jahknob wrote:Hi,
Yes - certainly postponed for the time being. We will see what we can come up with once things are back to whatever passes for "normal"



Thanks. I guessed it would be. Just wanted confirmation.

Cheers.