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Cath Kidston Launch Modern Vintage Cycles and P&A

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LOUGHBOROUGH, UK – Thanks to collaboration between Cath Kidston and Kingston Bicycles sees new range of ‘Modern Vintage’ ladies bikes and cycle accessories launched.

Cath Kidston Launch Modern Vintage Cycles and P&A
Cath Kidston & Kingston Bicycles cycle range offer products with a nod to nostalgia. – Photo Cath Kidston

Since first launching in 1993, Cath Kidston has been inspired by the British countryside and a love of vintage prints, and to this day the brand ethos remains the same. As the Home of Modern Vintage, Cath Kidston takes inspiration from quirky, British, vintage finds to create innovative and fun prints that are applied to practical, everyday products.

Nod to nostalgia

The Cath Kidston X Kingston Bicycles collaboration applies the Clouds and Neon Spot print to Kingston’s traditional vintage-style lugged frame bicycle to create a colourful, modern cycling collection with a nod to nostalgia.

Neal Holdsworth, Kingston Bicycles, said “We’re very excited and proud to have been chosen to partner with Cath Kidston. The timing is perfect to launch this range with a boom on traditional ladies bikes and leisure cycling.”

Lifestyle friendly bikes

Kingston Bicycles was established to promote classic styled bikes as more UK cities embraced cycling. Urban cycling itself moved more towards lifestyle friendly bikes and a stylish practical bicycle has fast become an accessory of modern living.

He continues, “The Cath Kidston team were heavily involved with the product development process and we feel we have created well specified bikes with many features and benefits along with that special Cath Kidston look that is unique and very recognisable.”

The launch of the collaboration sees Cath Kidston’s first foray into the cycling world. The Cath Kidston & Kingston Bicycles cycle products will be available from 16th March 2015 at  The company is also looking for international distributors. For that contact Neal Holdsworth. Email:

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