The London Bike Show returns to London’s ExCel, promising an exciting experience for every kind of cyclist. Whether road cycling, mountain biking, BMX, cyclocross, family cycling or commuting is your thing, you’ll find plenty to interest you and have a great day at the show.
Events in 2016-02
The Montreal Bicycle Show is the largest consumer show in Canada dedicated to bicycles and tourism, drawing more than 250 exhibitors. This year’s program includes conferences hosted by bicycle and cycling tourism specialists, product and service launches, mechanical workshops, competitions, a bicycle test track and many other attractions.
The Endurance Sports Expo is a premier event where endurance athletes can meet manufacturers, retailers, race directors, clubs, nonprofit organization and coaches. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn, experience, demo and buy products and services that can enhance their active sports experience. Last year’s event drew more than 200 vendors.
IceBike celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2016, and for the first time Madison’s trade show will have an exclusive public weekend Feb. 27-28. For the public weekend, Madison is partnering with cycling media company Immediate Media (MBUK, What MTB, Cycling Plus, Pro Cycling, Bikeradar). Public access to this well established and market leading trade event is a unique opportunity for members of the public to see the latest products ahead of the new season, as well access to team launches, pro cyclist Q&As and insightful seminars on everything cycling.
QBP’s Frostbike is more than a trade show. It’s a product expo, open house and social event all rolled into one fun weekend. We provide a warm, inviting environment where bicycle industry professionals can connect, see emerging products, learn and share successful business strategies, and acquire the latest technical information. Our goal is to create the future of the bike industry together, and have fun doing it. Meaningful, memorable and fun. That’s Frostbike.
NAHBS showcases the talents of individuals around the world whose art form is the bicycle. It aims to be a meeting point — both online and in person — for framebuilders and cycling enthusiasts looking for custom-made bikes, for the sharing of ideas, and the promotion of a special industry with a rich history dating back to 1819.
Velo-city began in 1980 in Bremen, Germany with deep ties in the founding of the European Cyclists’ Federation. Since then conferences have been held in cities including Copenhagen, Brussels, Barcelona and Montreal. Velo-city conferences are now attracting about 1,000 delegates.