About the Designer
Ross is a designer who creates elegantly simple high quality product solutions and accessories for your home and bicycle.
"I design and create objects that help and promote a healthy active life. The Trophy bike racks are designed to solve the increasing problem of where to keep your bike. The Trophy solution safely stores bicycles out of harms way, whilst most importantly maintaining quick and easy access to your prized wheels, and they look great on your wall."
All products have been designed with longevity in mind, made from high quality materials to create an object to cherish and offer more than a lifetime of service.
"Trophy products are 100% made in the UK. They are designed with longevity in mind providing functional solutions to be used and cherished for many years. Great care has ben taken in sourcing the right materials and suppliers. The entire Trophy product is recyclable and we have kept things as local as possible. The steel is made in Northern England and the engineered wooden parts are made in the South of England."
Produced from sustainable, recycled and recyclable materials and made as locally as possible. Protected and delivered with plastic-free packaging.
"Notwithstanding the metalwork, all suppliers are within 50 miles of each other. The eco-wood in particular is made from forest waste, residue from timber mills and recycled pine. Its manufacturing process is extremely environmentally friendly and the production site has zero carbon emissions. It is manufactured using organic dyes and a specially formed bio-resin. Consideration continues with the Trophy packaging being plastic-free and made entirely from recycled and recyclable cardboard."
Winner of Best Product at Top Draw, London
"The range of award winning bicycle holders illustrates Ross Dolton's design approach to problem identification and solution to perfection. Deceptively simple and minimal yet amazingly functional and very elegant" Karin-Beate Philips, British European Design Group
Ross is also a pedal powered adventurer, having cycled 10,000 miles around Europe and Asia. See more at @rosscoride