Vegan Shoes for Trendy Cyclists.

Style & Fashion are main priorities for the sports people during and after the activities.Hence our meeting with VYOM London to discover more about their Vegan Shoes.

I met with Ravi & Vishaal and this what they have said to me.


Our vegan shoes are hand crafted in the United Kingdom by our brilliant artisan shoemaker using only premium graded faux-leather. We have an uncompromising commitment to deliver innovative designs with a strong focus on style and quality.

Our brand strives upon maintaining a harmonious relationship with the wider community of planet Earth; our obligations serve both wildlife and mankind equally. 

We set out to make shoes that combine flair and elegance whilst providing a high standard of craftsmanship.

Vyom London will always be about Vegan, Style & Quality.


We believe that sharing is caring – our creative fashion sense is for the whole world to experience!

Our designs are timeless and elegant with a modern twist. We use the best materials which are rich in texture, colour and comfortability.

Oxford Two Tones

Oxford Two Tones

The result is a Premium Vegan shoe without the compromise on craftsmanship. Along with taking care of our wildlife, it’s our duty to also be eco-friendly. Thus our premium graded faux-leather is sourced from Polyurethane (PU) instead of PVC leatherette which contains chlorine, a toxic chemical which produces dioxin during its manufacturing process and can be very harmful to the environment. Furthermore, in regards to its material properties, PU is very comfortable and highly durable in all weather conditions.

Each and every one of our shoes is hand crafted by the finest Goodyear Welted process which is still considered one of the finest methods of shoe constructions.

The process involves the upper part of the shoe to be shaped over the ‘last’ and fastened on by sewing the synthetic strip (also known as the "welt") to the inner and upper sole. As well as using a welt, stitching holds the material firmly together.

Oxford Toe Rose

Oxford Toe Rose

The result is highly valued for being relatively waterproof by minimizing water penetration into the insole and the relative ease of resoling. Each one of our shoes is constructed with a high density resin sole, thus enabling them with great strength and durability. 

Handmade in UK

From the very beginning we promised ourselves that we would always go the extra mile and never take short cuts. We wanted to do things the ethical way, not the cheap or the fast way.

We have always been keen in supporting our home grown British economy; hence our shoes are made in the small town of Northamptonshire. The craftsmen and women in this artisan factory have been making shoes for generations and they have the tradition, experience and passion to deliver a world class product. 


Style & Design

The first range which we are kicking off with is our Timeless City Collection - catered for the urban city worker. We ensured that our designs were in line with tradition and yet we explored our boundaries to give it that special innovative flare to stand out from the rest of the crowd. 

The shoes will be available to purchase in our online store from tomorrow.

Please visit the store & be part of the new style of shoes.



Cycling Dreams, South Africa

I met Jessica last year at the World Cycling Centre in Aigle , Switzerland while visiting Tegshee. He was great to speak with her and listen to her story.


My name is Jessica Brown, I have been cycling for 7-8years. Three of those years being a professional cyclist for a women's team in South Africa and two years being a national representative. I have achievements on the road and track,

I've also represented SA at 3 international events as a junior and 2 track training camps at the WCC (World Cycling Center) in Switzerland. I'm am the 500m, team sprint and points Junior Track African Champ for 2017 and Team Sprint record holder. 

My experience as a young cycling was quite tough. I was thankful to have development teams (Uber Development & Lorraine BestMed) that helped where they could. 


We did not have many races or sponsorship to support our young rider back then and yet still today. Progress from U/16 to junior and elite is a big step for the youngsters and in the process we've lost many young riders , parents also play a big role in our cycling lives financially and supportively. Many found it expensive and unfortunately had to pull there kids out of this amazing sport. 

Two of my biggest and most amazing races in SA was the Cape August Cycle Tour and Paarl Boxing Day track event. These two events were my biggest events as a youngster, organizers and supporters brought an amazing welcoming and supportive atmosphere with some of the best races in SA. 


My expectations for young riders is for CSA (Cycling South Africa) to develop a development project, including all 6 cycling sports (road,track,bmx,mountain biking,xco and para cycling) . This will help the riders and provinces to see what development is needed to be put into the rider and performance expected. 

I also would love to see more development functions for the youth and not only coaches as we all need the guidance to show us the right direction and to make those big discussions. We expect to see more support from sponsorships and international recognition for our riders international and local. 


Young riders in SA mostly dream of making it as an international professional cyclist. Junior Worlds is there main goal, until they realize there is bigger fish out there to catch, after junior worlds there dream or goals get bigger aiming to the Olympic Games. Where others dream of representing there country with pride and making every move to get SA recognized and show them we can do it. 

My dream was always to be a professional cyclist and win an Olympic medal for my country in the 200m flying lap and 500m time trial. After my dream and goals give back to the youth and show them the direction and guid them to a successful future. 

Thank you for sharing your dreams with us.

SD Team.