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Bolt Motorbikes is a curated collection of biker art, clothing and more, all contained under one roof. If this sounds right up your street, head along to their event this Saturday, 26 July

MotorbikeTimes is proud to be based in the great city of London, where (and call us biased) there is so much emphasis on bike culture wherever we look. One such place is London Fields in East London, home to Bolt - a fantastic shop owned by dedicated biker, Andrew Almond. If you missed our feature interview with Andrew, click here. It's definitely worth a read to see what we mean.

Bolt's next event takes place this Saturday (26 July). The day is set to incorporate the many aspects of motorbike culture that the shop supports, from art to music and beyond.

Kicking off in the London Fields area from 2 pm, there will be a BBQ and drinks available from Platterform - the restaurant adjoining Bolt, as well as music from special guest DJs.

Perhaps most excitingly, the event will feature the European exclusive showcase of La Rocka!'s leather apparel. The La Rocka! range (for anyone not up to date on their fashion history) comes from the legendary label founded on the Kings Road, London, in 1979. It was a favourite of countless '80s musicians and bands, such as Adam Ant, Billy Idol and The Clash, and has now been resurrected with a new collection, all made-to-order in London.

Artists who will be exhibiting at the event include Merry Michau, Jess Wilson, Tall Paul Kelly, and Simon Erl.

Head over to the Bolt website for additional information, and make sure to pop by if you're in London this weekend.

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