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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 »
Combining all things two wheel, the Singapore Bike Show is inviting the bike industry's pedal powered and pedal-assisted brands to Singapore's Expo Hall again in 2018. The 2016 event drew some 25,300 visitors over the two days of inaugural show, with visitors able to take advantage of an indoor tour arena, adventure workshops, test tracks and the main exhibition. Find out more at singaporebikeshow.comFind 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 »
Starting with a trade only day on the 27th, followed by three days of consumer days, the 2018 Cycle Show returns to the Birmingham NEC. For most consumers the exhibition is the first chance to see new products for the up coming model year in the flesh and thus an opportunity for brands to create early demand. The team behind the show have a deep experience in organising events and will once again be putting on demos, stage talks, creating…Find out more »
The Taiwan External Trade Council organised Taipei Cycle Show will move to Autumn dates from 2018, the organisers have revealed. Having been a subject of industry discussion for some time, Taitra last year produced a survey for exhibitors asking, among other questions, whether an October date would be preferred. Over 60% of respondents called for the dates to be shunted back, revealed the responses. Trade can find out more about the exhibition at www.taipeicycle.com.twFind out more »
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