Three companies will be making their first appearances in COREbike’s exhibitor line-up in 2020, as the show returns to Whittlebury Hall between 26-28 January. Registration for the 2020 show is now live.
Hastings-based distributor Seventies will be showcasing its BMX offering in the S5 Syndicate Room. Seventies has been involved in BMX since the 1980s, running the original ‘Backyard’ shop on the seafront which later spawned the Backyard Jam events.
The company’s product line up combines in-house brands offering frames to soft goods from the likes of Federal, through to complete bikes and components from Cult, Kink, Subrosa and Primo.
Pinpoint Distribution will also be making its debut at COREbike, to be found in the S4 Syndicate Room, displaying 4iiii power meters, Limar Helmets, LedLenser lights and Aftershokz performance headphones.
Joining them is Ultra Sport Europe, based in the S6 Syndicate Room, which will be showing off the latest Smith eyewear and cycle helmets , tested by the likes of Aaron Gwin, Steve Peat and 50|10 crew. The helmet range offers both road and off-road choices, alongside a full range of performance eyewear.
Registration is free for dealers and press, with entry into COREbike including free lunch, free parking and wifi available on-site.