This is a sponsored post on behalf of Saint, a new style of craft lager developed and made in Britain.
The Saint Brewing Co. invites you to an evening of contemporary British craft celebrating the British Bicycle.
We've come a long way since British engineer, James Starley, invented the Penny Farthing in 1871. And this month's Saint Presents will honour the British bicycle with guest speakers including independent bike designer and the world record holder of circumnavigating the globe in just 176 days, James Bowthorpe, not-for-profit co-operative Union Cycle Works, and bespoke bicycle frame builder Robin Mather.
"The most efficient machine on the planet? Depends who’s riding," says James Bowthorpe. "All I know is bikes, and sometimes the people that make them, defy our notion of endless technological progress...The bicycle is an idea that has been completed."
To hear more from James and other guest speakers at Saint Presents: British Bicycles on 30 May at Look Mum No Hands simply RSVP @EnjoySaint to get your name on the list and an ice cold Saint lager in your hand.
Saint Presents is a monthly series of tailor-made events celebrating contemporary-classic British crafts. Make sure you sign up to hear about their next exclusive event celebrating the craft of photography.
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