Damu Plycycles started in late 2010 on a whim, when David Murphy made his first bike to wind down after a series of large projects. What started as a whim, soon took on a life of its own as he became obsessed with improving the design and the performance with each subsequent bike. Whilst there was a good amount of successes along the way, with a number of the bikes still in regular use, it was the failures that have proved to be the biggest lessons. Below are most of the bikes that have led up to the Sprint 8.5, and the subsequent TW16. They are in chronological order, and tell the story of where Damu Plycycles are in 2016.