This weekend, the Sorting Office in London's West End will play host to Spin London, an urban cycling show packed with new cycling gear, bikes, accessories, fashion and design.
This year's show, which runs from 8 to 10 May, includes a test track, live music, on-site café and street food, a cycling-themed art hub, cycle speed dating and loads more to see, do, taste and enjoy.
There are plenty of special guests – including several of the world's finest frame builders and their work in the Hall of Frame – and Q&As with builders, authors and cycling personalities in the Makers Lounge.
A limited number of BikeRadar readers have the chance to gain entry completely free of charge. Just visit the Spin London online ticket store to claim your free entry – but get in quick, they'll go fast!
Here are Spin London's five top reasons to visit the show this weekend.
Influential and inspirational figures from cycling: Martyn Ashton talks to Anna Glowinski (Saturday at 1pm), Ned Boulting Q&A (Sunday at 1pm). Full line-up here
Technology and innovation: ebove (virtual reality cycling), ARCC Innovations (battery-powered bikes), A2B e-Bikes and many more. Full exhibitor list here
Hall of Frame: Live frame-building workshop featuring Donhou Bicycles and a wealth of beautiful, innovative frames
Cycling-themed art and illustration: Eliza Southwood, Massif Central, Beach-O-Matic and more!
Peloton and Co. will supply craft beer and artisan coffee, once you've toured all our amazing exhibitors