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Matthew Burton – Contributing Artist

October 23, 2015

“Matthew practically grew up on a bike…”

Matthew Burton trained as a fine artist, graduating from Winchester School of Art and now works as a freelance illustrator.

His work regularly features in Peloton Magazine, and you may have seen other bits and bobs of his work in the Ride Journal, gracing a range of Ibis cycle’s t-shirts or on this year’s Red Hook Crit London poster.

Matthew practically grew up on a bike, his family ran the UK’s first mountain bike stage race and now spends most of his time either on his cyclocross bike or on his road bike claiming it is to get fit for cross.

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