Taipei Cycle postpone 2021 physical show as coronavirus disruption continues

Taipei Cycle has announced that its physical show has been postponed due to concerns about spreading COVID-19 infections.

The show was set to be the first ‘hybrid’ show in the bike & sports industry this year, with a virtual show taking place and interacting with an online show at TaiNEX Hall 1 in Taiwan’s capital. However, Taipei Cycle Online will still take place as scheduled between March 3 – 31 2021.

The online event has been made possible by a digital transformation of the show that started last year by building up online services and strategies to promote business between exhibitors and international buyers. It will feature virtual booths, online meetings, online tours, as well as visitor demographic reports, while having parallel activities such as online press conferences, procurement meetings, forums, and video launches. A teaser video can be viewed on YouTube now.

Over 242 exhibitor booths will be on display at the online show, including renowned international brands SRAM, Shimano, Merida, and Giant. These brands come from 24 countries across the world, such as Italy, Japan, Denmark and the UK.

Taipei Cycle Online is set to begin 3 March. Show dates for the next physical shows will be announced soon. For more information, please visit: Taipei Cycle