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Epic charity bike ride from England to Portugal 07 July 2014

Here at Moulton, we regularly receive feedback from owners telling us about the great tours and day rides they've undertaken, but we were amazed to hear of the feat planned by the members of Cycling for Charity.

The route, a gruelling 1600 miles from the east Midlands to Faro in Portugal, is something you might think more suited to the seasoned professional, yet this team's one of plucky amateurs, most of whom aren't even old enough to drive a car! Tim Jefferis, his two children Ruth (15) and Jacob (13), and their friend Alexander (also 13) have just set off on their epic journey, the boys riding the Moulton TSR 30s you can see in the photos.

Epic cycle ride to Portugal 2014

They’re riding in support of Rainbows, a children’s hospice caring for almost 300 children with life-limiting and terminal illnesses, as well as over 700 bereaved families and siblings. At last report the team was still going strong and heading towards the coast, and have so far raised a staggering £5000 towards the cause. To follow their progress, check out their Twitter account, or to donate visit their Just Giving page. Chapeau, chaps – you can do it!

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Jacob (13)

Alexander - epic cycle ride to Portugal
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Moulton joins PM on trade visit to China 02 December 2013

Moulton Bicycles have joined Prime Minister, David Cameron on a trade visit to China. The main aim of the visit is to signal strong British support for an EU/China trade deal.

The Prime Minister commented
“The success of Moulton Bikes in China is an inspiration to small businesses and shows China's appetite for UK design and engineering. They have provided China with a high-spec model, specifically designed for their needs, and it's great they'll get to showcase their amazing bikes during our visit."

Moulton bicycles are becoming increasingly popular with Chinese customers, who follow other markets in the region such as Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and Singapore, in their admiration of this iconic British made product.

To learn more about the trip and Moulton Bicycles, please see the ITV News coverage, including footage of the PM with the Moulton in Shanghai: ITV Moulton Bicycles Video

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Moulton Bicycles: Cycle to the Summit 28 October 2013

Following Billionaire.com’s visit to Moulton Bicycles, they speak glowingly online of the bicycles we are manufacturing. Piers Cunliffe spent the day with us in the factory, taking a number of attractive photographs which can be viewed alongside Eric Musgrave’s review, which began with the following words:

'The Moulton Bicycle Company has garnered itself a still-growing Asian fan club, attracted by the firm’s iconic designs, attention to detail and structural innovation.'

To view the online article and photographs, please visit the following link:
www.billionaire.com

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Alex Moulton 1920 - 2012 10th December 2012

It is with great sorrow that Shaun Moulton and The Moulton Bicycle Company announce the news that Dr. Alexander Eric Moulton CBE, distinguished engineer and inventor, passed away peacefully in the company of his family and staff on Sunday evening, 9th December 2012, at the age of 92.

Dr. Moulton was an inspiration for generations of engineers, designers and inventors. Educated at Marlborough and Cambridge, Alex Moulton worked at Bristol Aeroplanes as assistant to Sir Roy Fedden during WW2. In 1945 he joined the family firm, Bradford on Avon rubber manufacturers Spencer Moulton, to lead a new research team. His collaboration with Sir Alec Issigonis resulted in Moulton suspension, including ‘Hydrolastic’ and ‘Hydragas’ systems, being employed in over twelve million British cars from the original Mini to the MGF.

Dr. Moulton was also famous for his revolutionary small-wheeled, full-suspension Moulton bicycle – very popular in the 1960s and still built by hand in Bradford on Avon and Stratford-upon-Avon by a loyal team of engineers, technicians and craftsmen.

You are welcome to leave a tribute to Dr. Alex Moulton at the following link: www.alexmoulton.co.uk

To view a short newsreel by the BBC about Dr. Moulton please visit the following link: Dr.Alex Moulton 1920-2012

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50 years of the Moulton Bicycle: Sir James Dyson and Lord Norman Foster pay tribute to Dr. Alex Moulton.
12th November 2012

On the 12th of November 1962, Alex Moulton unveiled his revolutionary small-wheeled, full suspension bicycle at the Earl’s Court Cycle Show. Fifty years and millions of rider miles later, more than 120 people connected with the Moulton Bicycle – friends, colleagues, customers and suppliers, some whose involvement has spanned the entire fifty years – gathered at Dr. Moulton’s Jacobean home at The Hall, Bradford on Avon to mark the Golden Jubilee of the iconic Moulton bicycle.

Guests were invited to visit the Moulton Bicycle Company’s factory in the grounds of The Hall, where staff and apprentices were on-hand to demonstrate the design and construction of the Moulton – still hand-built in England and exported worldwide. In the 1950s, these workshops were the stage for the design and development of Alex Moulton and Sir Alec Issigonis’ Hydrolastic suspension used on millions of British cars. Today, they turn Moulton designs into reality – bicycles ridden and loved by owners all around the world.

Historian Tony Hadland narrated a timeline of the evolution of the Moulton bicycle through the decades, illustrated by bicycles and appropriately-dressed models to transport the audience from the swinging sixties to the present day. Other commentators included record-breaking cyclists David Duffield and John Woodburn – it was John who proved that the Moulton was a true performance machine by breaking the Cardiff – London speed record in 1962 (162 miles in 6 hours 42 minutes). David was Moulton’s Marketing Manager at the time and has maintained a strong relationship with Moulton ever since. Dr. Alex Moulton described, with lively enthusiasm, some of the more salient moments of the fifty-year journey.

Industrial Designer Sir James Dyson paid a warm tribute to Dr. Moulton: “Alex came to lecture to the Dyson engineers about 10 years ago and he showed us his engineering note books. They were full of lists of empirical testing of products, long before you actually start to engineer and design what you're about to do. And this is wonderful practice; it's not old fashioned practice, it's modern practice on how to engineer a well-engineered product. So thank you for setting such a good example to our [Dyson] engineers."

Special ‘Moulton Jubilee’ leather saddles were presented by Richard Grigsby (ex-Moulton racer and founder of Cyclescheme) to Dr. Alex Moulton, Sir James Dyson and Tony Hadland. Following video salutations from bicycle dealers and distributors overseas, Shaun Moulton spoke both of the past and of the future; the recent growth and rejuvenation of the Moulton Bicycle Company; of new designs and investment in research and development, before raising a toast to the Moulton bicycle, its creator, and the team of people - past and present – who have worked with such dedication to make it an on-going success.

Lord Norman Foster (via video link) provided the final words: “The fiftieth anniversary of the Moulton bike -what an occasion, what an anniversary, what an icon. Synonymous with the Mini, the mini-skirt - the mini bike. So, heartiest congratulations - great occasion, great bike. And also great to ride, I have to add.”

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Alex Moulton - Tony Hadland - David Duffield  - Rosie -  1962 Moulton Deluxe


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Best of Britannia, London, Oct 6/7 2nd October 2012

Moulton Bicycles will be exhibiting in London at the ‘BOB’ – Best of Britannia – event on the 5th-7th of October 2012 (public days 6th & 7th).

Held in the splendid Farmiloe building in Clerkenwell, it will be a great showcase of those companies that still design and manufacture in Great Britain.

We’ll have a selection of Moultons on display for you to see. Do pop along and say hello!

For further information, and to purchase tickets on-line, please visit: www.bestofbritannia.com


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Moulton Jubilee ® Leather Saddles 14th September 2012

To commemorate the 50th year of Moulton Bicycles, Brooks England have produced two very special limited edition leather saddles with ‘Moulton Jubilee’ detailing.

1. Brooks Team Professional in Royal Blue (Ti chassis) - Limited production of 50 saddles;

2 Brooks Swift in Natural Organic Leather (Ti chassis) - Only available when supplied with Moulton Jubilee ‘50’ bicycles.

These saddles are only available from The Moulton Bicycle Company and their agents. Demand is expected to be very high for this limited production so we advise people to register their interest as soon as possible.

Made in England by Brooks, exclusively for The Moulton Bicycle Co.


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Moulton Jubilee ® 50 14th September 2012

In 1962, Alex Moulton unveiled his revolutionary small-wheeled, full suspension bicycle. Fifty years and millions of rider miles later, we remain true to the original Moulton principles of small wheels and full suspension for comfort and speed; for the longest or shortest of rides on the smoothest or roughest roads.

To mark the ‘Golden Jubilee’ of the Moulton bicycle, a special edition Moulton ‘Jubilee 50’ model, limited to 50 bicycles, has been created by the Bradford-on-Avon team. Taking design cues from the original 1987 AM Jubilee, the new ‘Moulton Jubilee 50’ features:

>Iconic Moulton space-frame design, fillet-brazed construction in Columbus Spirit and Kaisei NiCrMo steels.

>Special ‘Jubilee 50’ riveted headbadge, gold colour.

>Moulton leading-link front suspension with polished stainless-steel fork crown and forkends.

>Moulton Hydrolastic fluid-damped rear suspension.

>Unified rear fork with triple-crankset clearance.

>Kingpin separability with stainless-steel hook joint.

>Moulton Wishbone adjustable handlebar stem in Reynolds 725
Moulton seat-pillar in Reynolds 953.

>Moulton Jubilee’ Brooks Swift Ti saddle (organic leather).

>Moulton 11 speed 10-28 superlight sprocket set and hubs.

>Campagnolo Chorus (‘wide’ 52/36) 2 x 11 transmission. 20” wheels.

>Classic ‘Bugatti Blue’ finish with polished stainless-steel highlights.

Front and rear platform carriers and day carriers are available, along with mudguards.

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Moulton Jubilee 50

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Moulton Weekend 7th-10th Sept 20th August 2012

Every year, on one weekend in September, Moultoneers from around the world make an annual pilgrimage to Bradford on Avon, the home of the Moulton bicycle. Many camp in the grounds of The Hall, Dr. Moulton's Jacobean mansion, and all enjoy the historical setting, the discussions, the fraternity and friendliness.

In this Jubilee year, 200 Moulton Bicycle Club members from around the world were entertained by animated speeches from Moulton racing legends John Woodburn, Mick Ives and Vic Nicholson; and by Moulton’s Marketing Manager of the era – and record-breaking cyclist in his own right, David Duffield.

The Moulton Bicycle Company showed, for the first time, the new, limited edition, Moulton ‘Jubilee 50’ bicycle.  Visitors made good use of the excellent weather and Dr. Alex Moulton’s special cycle track to put a variety of demonstration models through their paces.

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BBC Countryfile feature 22nd November 2011

Ellie Harrison, from BBC's Countryfile, travelled to see the south of England and visit the Moulton Factory.

You can view the clip from the TV programme on Vimeo here: Moulton

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Paris Brest Paris: The Long Ride 18th October 2011

The 1200 kilometre Paris-Brest-Paris is legendary amongst long-distance cyclists.  First organised in 1891, it is one of the world’s oldest cycle events.  Riders have to complete the distance in under ninety hours, including any stops for rest and recuperation.

Over the years, many cyclists have chosen to ride P-B-P on Moulton bicycles, seeing them as ideal for this type of riding - being both fast and comfortable.  Successful Moulton riders include Ray Craig, Nick Peregrine, Jacques Bilinski and Chloe Williams (Chloe being the youngest female finisher in 2003).

In August this year, Judith Swallow (on AM20-2) and Dave Minter (on TSR 30)  successfully completed both P-B-P events - 'audax' (riding in group) and 'randonneur' (individual).  Judith, one of the top female long-distance cyclists, was appointed as a ‘Ride Captain’ for the 'audax' event – a rare honour, and a first for an English-speaker.

Judith and Dave spoke a little about their P-B-P journey at the Moulton Bicycle Club Weekend in September, and you can learn more about their experiences in this radio interview (courtesy of The Bike Show)  ParisBrestParis and on Judith’s blog: judithswallow.wordpress.com

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Colin heads to the Himalayas 17th August 2011

Colin Martin is somewhat of a Moultoneering legend. Back in 1970 he began a journey from Bradford-on-Avon on a Moulton Marathon that took him right across Europe and Asia. Making light work of Kurdish mountains, the Khyber Pass, and Calcuttan street markets, he made it all the way down to Australia. A second trip saw him cross the North American continent, after which he was happy to describe the trusty Moulton as "the best touring bike in the world".

Colin's cycling adventures continue now as he leaves warm southern tropical beaches, and heads into the Himalayas. He's made it to Ladakh, "the Land of the High Passes" and colourful Tibetan alleyways. As Colin copes with altitude sickness and irate dogs, you can follow his progress from the comfort of your armchair through his website www.greenbicycle.com

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Moulton on Savile Row 16th August 2011

A Moulton SPEED has found an illustrious By Royal Appointment host this August in Savile Row, London. Surrounded by luxurious cashmere, and unique Dege and Skinner designs, the bicycle is taking centre stage in the bespoke tailor's shop window in the heart of Mayfair's "golden mile of tailoring". The Moulton SPEED, in aero-graded stainless steel, fits hand in glove with Dege and Skinner's  pictured creations, being a fine example of British engineering and beautiful design. One for the album!

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To Japan 18th March 2011



The Moulton Bicycle Company sincerely hope for the safe and swift recovery of the people and areas in Japan affected by the Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami, with admiration for your fortitude. Moulton friends in Japan, please keep in touch.

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90th Anniversary Book 29th November 2010

A number of 90th anniversary books, produced for the Moulton exhibition held in Tokyo this year, are available for purchase. The exhibition celebrated Dr. Moulton’s long devotion to the Moulton, showcasing valuable models from the early vintage F-Frames through to the latest 2010 SPEED.

The 158 page soft-back book catalogues a number of the models shown at the exhibition, with both Japanese and English narrative. Around 50 are available and can be ordered directly from the Moulton Factory. Price: £55 + p&p (please contact Moulton for UK and International postal charges).

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Tokyo: 90th Anniversary Exhibition 1st July 2010

Dynavector Systems, Moulton distributor in Japan for over 25 years, is celebrating Dr Moulton's 90th birthday by staging a major exhibition of Moulton bicycles at Hillside Terrace in Tokyo. The show will run until the 4th July and includes a display of 50 Moulton bicycles from the 1960s to the present day, including rarities such as a Moulton Marathon, examples from the S-range and the latest Moulton SPEED. There will also be a number of bespoke designs on display and the opportunity for visitors to test-ride some of the models.

Shaun Moulton will be in attendance welcoming visitors, including the Press, Japanese dealers and a number of Moulton distributors from Asia, to the event.

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Moulton Sixty:
A Remarkable Bicycle for a Remarkable Man 9th April 2010

Dr. Alex Moulton was born on April 9th 1920, and, ninety years later, The Moulton Bicycle Company has created a special bicycle to mark the occasion.  This bicycle, the first result of 'Project Sixty', was presented by the company to Alex Moulton on his ninetieth birthday, in celebration of his astonishing contribution to the bicycle industry.

This bicycle is an all-stainless steel interpretation of the enduringly popular 'F'-frame design that was pioneered by Alex Moulton in 1962.  The bicycle shares some of its features with the latest Moulton Speed, including the use of Reynolds 953 stainless steel and detailed improvements to the legendary Moulton leading link front suspension.

Built by The Moulton Bicycle Company's highly-skilled silver brazers, this is the first 'F'-frame bicycle to be created at the Bradford on Avon factory for over thirty years.  It is equipped with a two-speed 'Duomatic' hub gear, original Moulton 17" wheels and a rather special Brooks leather saddle.

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'AM90' Limited Edition Leather Saddle 9th April 2010

In collaboration with famous leather saddle manufacturers Brooks England, The Moulton Bicycle Company are pleased to announce the production of a special saddle to commemorate Dr Alex Moulton's 90th birthday.

Based on the Brooks Swift, with its titanium chassis and large copper rivets, each 'AM90' saddle is finished in 'Oxblood' leather and carries a unique serial number (0 to 90) and the 'AM90' stamp.

The production run of the 'AM90' saddle is strictly limited to 90 pieces.  Each is supplied complete with saddle cover, proofide, polishing cloth and tensioning hex key.  They are available exclusively from The Moulton Bicycle Company, and given likely demand, anyone wishing to purchase one is advised to contact us as soon as possible.

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Cooling down the Planet 16th March 2010

Wallpaper* Magazine (Thailand) has featured the Moulton in an article detailing the 'Hottest ideas to cool down our Planet'. The article features models from both the TSR and New Series range with some stylish studio shots including the Double Pylon (left) and Moulton50 (below).
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Interview with Alex Moulton, BBC 1 28th Feb 2010

Dr. Alex Moulton was interviewed at home in Bradford on Avon by Ben Fogle for BBC1's Country Tracks. He talked about the launch of the Moulton in the 1960s and loaned Ben a Double Pylon to cycle along the canal path to Bath. Timmy Bigwood, one of Moulton's longest serving employees, also chatted with Ben in the Moulton Factory.

Footage of the programme can be viewed on YouTube at the following link... Moulton on Country Tracks.

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Alex Moulton's Memoirs now available 12th Feb 2010

Dr. Alex Moulton's memoirs have recently been published by Rolls Royce Heritage.

"In this new book, Dr. Alex Moulton recounts, in his own words, his lifetime in engineering. The whole story – from building steam cars as a teenager, and working under Roy Fedden at Bristol Aeroplane, through the development of rubber suspension systems that led to collaboration with BMC, Dunlop and Sir Alec Issigonis in the creation of Hydrolastic and Hydragas, to the revolutionary Moulton bicycle that, together with the Mini, became an icon of the swinging sixties – is told in Dr. Moulton’s characteristic direct style."

The Memoirs are available for purchase on-line at the following link... Alex Moulton Books.

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New SPEED is the lightest Moulton yet 15th Oct 2009

The new Moulton SPEED is the first production Moulton bicycle to weigh in at less than 20lb (9.1kg)- quite some feat for a full-suspension road bike.

As befits a special bicycle, the Moulton SPEED is equipped with Campagnolo Super Record components, and is fitted with Moulton's own seat pillar and handlebar stem in Reynolds 953. The distinctive spaceframe design is constructed entirely from stainless steel. Every joint is silver-brazed, and the entire frameset is laboriously polished to mirror finish. With no paint to scratch, the Moulton SPEED can be returned to 'as new' condition with the application of metal polish.

The time-honoured combination of the low aerodynamic drag, the rapid acceleration afforded by the small wheels, the low rolling resistance and the superlative comfort of the well-proven Moulton suspension, make the Moulton SPEED a perfect choice for the performance-orientated Sportive rider as well as those who just want to go out for a blast round the lanes.

The Moulton SPEED will be available from mid-2010.

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Kick-shift in the City with the New TSR-2 10th Oct 2009

City cycling just got a whole lot easier and smoother with the new Moulton TSR-2. As clean in lines as a fixie, the TSR-2 has a surprise in store- the new Sturmey Archer S2C 'kick-shift' hub. This two-speed hub, shown for the first time to the public at the London Cycle show, offers an overdrive gear in addition to direct drive. There are no control cables- shifting is achieved by a light back-pedalling action. Further back-pedalling activates the integral coaster brake.

To further reduce maintenance and adjustment requirements, the TSR-2 is equipped with a belt-drive transmission. Unlike chains, the belt is clean and does not scretch, so no adjustment is required to take up slack. Efficiency is as high as a chain in good condition, and a belt is always in good condition! With no gear cable, rear brake cable, or chain to adjust, there is little that the everyday cyclist has to do to keep his TSR-2 running sweetly.

The TSR-2 will be available from mid-2010.

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TOUR SR and TSR9 SE on show at BOA 21st Sept 2009

Over September 12th-13th, Moultoneers from across Britain, Europe and the world gathered in Bradford on Avon for the annual Moulton Bicycle Club weekend. In the picturesque surroundings of The Hall, the Moultoneers enjoyed bright September sunshine and a procession of bicycles old and new including some lovingly-restored examples of Moulton history which were discussed by a panel headed by Dr. Alex Moulton.

Amongst the many interesting bicycles, Moultoneers were able to view the new TOUR SR and Special Edition TSR-9 Moultons, on display for the first time. The TOUR SR shares a similar specification to the TSR-30, with additional comfort provided by the Brooks Swift titanium leather saddle, Brooks leather handlebar tape and mudguards fitted as standard. There's also a light tubular stainless steel water bottle cage. The Special Edition TSR-9 is based on a model produced this year for Moulton's Japanese distributor, Dynavector Systems. It features chrome plated front and rear forks, Brooks leather saddle and handlebar grips, and a quill-type handlebar stem from Nitto.

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Duomatic 2 Speed Coaster Brake Hub 18th Sept 2009

Moulton have a number of original Fitchel & Sachs Torpedo duomatic 2 Speed Coaster Brake Hubs (28 hole with oil lube port) available for purchase, as new old stock (stripped and re-greased).

Product Details:
The ultimate in maintenance-free gearing. Shifts by momentary back-pedalling action, so no shifter or cable required. Apply back-pedalling pressure to activate the coaster brake. Gear ratios are 1:1 and 1:1.33, so a high gear is possible without the use of large chainrings. Accepts standard three-spline sprockets, available from Sturmey-Archer, SRAM and Shimano. Supplied with wheel nuts and dustcap, and torque arm clip to suit 13-16mm chainstays. Over-lock-nut distance is 110mm. Price: ALL NOW SOLD.

 
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London-Edinburgh-London 2009 24th July 2009

On the 26th of July Shaun Moulton and two friends are riding their Moulton bicycles from London to Edinburgh and back to London again. The total distance is 875 miles (1400Km) to be ridden in 110hrs (five days). LEL is an Audax UK organised ride event that comes around every four years.

Shaun is riding in aid of Lake Bunyonyi Orphan’s and Community School, Uganda having worked with the Richard Feilden Foundation there last year. You can learn more about the ride and keep updated with their progress on Shaun Moulton's Blog.

 
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Japan Summit 2009 8th June 2009

On the 6th and 7th of June 2009 over 160 Moultoneers from all over the world gathered in Nagano for the Japan Moulton Summit. This summit has been a highlight of the Moulton Calendar for many years, with this year being special in that the group celebrated 25 years of the Moulton Bicycle in Japan.

In 1984, the late Dr. Tominari of Dynavector Systems, impressed by the new 'AM' bicycle, visited Dr. Moulton at Bradford on Avon. As a result, Dynavector Systems began to import the Moulton into Japan and it quickly acquired a fanatical following amongst the design-conscious Japanese. To honour this anniversary, Shaun Moulton, on behalf of the Moulton Bicycle Company, presented Jiro and Taro Tominari with a solid silver model of a Moulton Deluxe. This exquisite model was hand-crafted by Orton Jewellers in Bradford on Avon.

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Taiwan Summit 2009 8th May 2009

The 14th of April 2009 saw some 60 Moultoneers gather in Central Taiwan for the inaugural Taiwan Moulton Summit. Organised by the Taiwanese Moulton distributor, Peter Chen, and supported by his key dealers, riders came from all over Taiwan and other countries in the East, notably Japan. Shaun Moulton, Adrian Williams and Dan Farrell attended, representing the Moulton Bicycle Company.

Following a banquet on the Saturday, the group rode around the beautiful Sun Moon Lake on the Sunday morning.

Moulton 'Summit' events are held every year in England and Japan, and Peter Chen is looking to make the Taiwan Moulton Summit an annual fixture.

 
   
 

Welcome to the new site 17th Feb 2009

Hello and a warm welcome from all the Moulton team. We have been working on the new Moulton Bicycle Company website and are pleased to say it is now up and running.

Be sure to keep an eye on the News page to hear of upcoming events, new product releases, and press articles. If you have any noteworthy stories you would like us to include here, please email us or call +44 (0)1225 865 895.

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