Cycling industry event calendar
Moore Large will seek to attract trade visitors heading to the Cycle Show by subsidising a hotel stay for dealers heading to the distributor’s Geared house show. Running Wednesday 20th September through Friday 22nd, Geared is less than an hour’s drive from the Birmingham NEC with the Trade specific day of the Cycle Show scheduled for Thursday 21st. Expect new range launches from Forme, Bobbin, Lake, Polygon, Tern, Bumper, O’Neal, Haro, Premium and SaKO7 to name just a few.Find out more »
The London Bike Show returns to ExCeL, London from February 23 - 25, 2018, promising a great day out for cyclists or anyone looking to get more active on two wheels. The organiser expects over 50,000 visitors, 300 brands, special guests and test tracks for visitors.Find out more »
The 2018 Sea Otter Europe Costa Brava-Girona Bike Show, the second edition of this cycling festival, will take place next year in Girona on 8th, 9th and 10th of June. The city will once again host the event which, last June, during its inaugural edition, amassed over 30,000 visitors, 350 brands, 15 sports events and 4,130 cyclists. Read the full story here.Find out more »
2018's Velo-City cycling conference lands in the home of the 2016 Olympics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The world's largest international bicycle planning conference is penned in to the diary from June 12th to 15th “After taking Velo-city from Europe, to North America, Australia, and Asia, the ECF Board made an unanimous decision to have a South American edition of Velo-city: and Rio was the clear choice” according to ECF President Manfred Neun.Find out more »
The 2018 installment of Eurobike will take place over three business days at the request of the bicycle industry. Back in October, exhibitors and visitors were surveyed by the organisers, who asked whether the industry would be best served by three or four business days. The result will now mean that the trade show will take place earlier than normal running July 8th to July 10th. From 2018 Eurobike will drop its consumer element entirely.Find out more »
Emerald Expositions, the organiser of the Interbike trade exhibition, has announced that the 2018 event will now call Reno Tahoe home in a deal running until 2022. Kicking off the conference call to press Emerald Expositions’ Darrell Denny said four considerations formed the decision process; the need for a unifying event; a tipping point on desire for venue change; better control of costs and for dealers to be back in their shops ready for the busy weekend period. Outdoor Retailer, also owned…Find out more »
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