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Cycling fashion exhibition in Cambridge

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I Bike Cambridge

There is something about cycling that fuels creativity. It certainly inspired us to create some fairly loud t-shirts. For further (and more stylish!?) evidence drop in at the I Bike Cambridge exhibition taking place at the Central Library this week.

Local student talent are “shining a new light on cycle style”, with photographic art, poster design, customised bicycles and the launch of Glo Glo Reflective Accessories designed by The Netherhall Sixth Form College’s award winning young enterprise group, Solar Eclipse.

The exhibition is a folow-up to the hugely succesful show put on by the same team earlier this summer and is perfectly timed to coincide with London Fashion Week. If you’re in the area make sure you head along and check it out.

All the details can be found on the I Bike Cambridge website.

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