Taipei Cycle show is set to welcome industry reps and visitors through its doors at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Centre and World Trade Centre, tomorrow.
This year’s show, which runs 31 October to 3 November, will see more than 1,150 companies exhibit across 3,255 booths, and over 100 first-time exhibitors showcasing their latest products.
Highlights of this year’s Taipei Cycle show include the introduction of “Taipei Cycle +”, Internet of Technology (IoT) Zone which will feature products from companies such as Bryton, MPS and City Bright Company. The show will also see 14 Taipei Cycle Forum sessions, including an “Adopted e-Bike regulations in the USA” seminar with speaker Edward Benjamin, Senior Managing Director of eCycleElectric Consultants, and Chairman of the Light Electric Vehicle Association.
The New Start-up Pavilion will feature companies established since January 2013 to present their innovations, while a New Country Pavilion will see Korea showcase eight companies. A Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) Pavilion will also display the latest tech and innovations.
Around 100 brands will be offering hands-on experiences at today’s demo day, including Taiwanese bike brand Dizo, Dahon’s folding bikes and Coast Cycles among others.
Jasmine Wu, Taipei Cycle Show PR Manager, said: “We are looking forward to welcoming our guests to Taipei Cycle Show 2018 where we will celebrate the last 30 years of innovation, and look ahead to the exciting developments to come. We’re excited to launch Taipei Cycle + and to welcome distinguished guests and speakers to two days of Cycle Forum sessions.
“We hope that while our visitors are here they take the opportunity to get hands-on at the Demo Day and perhaps, get out for a ride on some of the exceptional routes and trails within easy reach of Taipei City. Taipei Cycle Show 2018 is where the industry will come together to discover what is in store for the cycling business and community beyond 2020.”
The show aims to bring together brand owners, buyers and distributors to network, discover emerging technologies, see the latest products and discuss current global influences on the industry.
The show will revert back to its March dates for 2019.