Congratulations to the winner! David Koroma (above) won a single-speed tokyobike.
The new store (above and below) opens at 87-89 Tabernacle Street in Shoreditch on Thursday evening and Dezeen readers are invited to the party (see details below).
The prize draw will be take place at the opening party on Thursday 17 May and the winner will be able to ride away on their new bike. There will also be five runners up prizes of Gropes leather handlebar grips worth £25.00 each (below).
The opening party is from 6-9pm and music will be provided by Dezeen Music Project, with our in-house DJs spinning original tracks.
Dezeen Book of Ideas will also be on sale for a special price of £10 per copy (usual price £12).
This competition is now closed.
The winner will be announced at 8pm at tokyobike, 87-89 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4BA. Only people who attend the party and put their business card into the prize draw bin, which is a very elegant Saito Wood paper bin (above, also on sale at tokyobike) will be entered for the prize.
Please join us to celebrate the opening of our new store.
Thursday 17th May
Artist exhibition - 6 tokyobikes x 6 artists.
A.Four / Lucas Price, Alex Daw, Mike Guppy, Simon Memel, Tom Pearson, Soju Tanaka
Win a tokyobike on the night!
for details follow us on twitter: @tokyobikeUK
87-89 Tabernacle Street
London, EC2 4BA
About the prize
One lucky winner will ride away with a single-speed tokyobike worth £520. Here is the full spec:
Frame: Full Cr-Mo steel (470/530/570/610mm)
Colours: Black, White, Purple, Green, Red, Saffron
Gears: Single Speed
Wheels & Tyres: White rims and white tyres (650×25c)
Details: Flat handlebars with white grips & white saddle
Weight: 9.4kg (530mm)
tokyobike is a small, independent bicycle company founded in 2002 in the quiet Tokyo suburb of Yanaka. The name was derived from the design of the bikes. In the same way the mountain bike was designed for the mountains so tokyobike was designed for Tokyo.
Smaller 650mm wheels and slim, compact, steel frames make the bikes easy to handle and light to ride. More about slow than fast, tokyobike is as much about discovering your city and enjoying the ride as it is about the destination. Spring 2012 marks the opening of the first stores in Europe beginning with London and Berlin.