PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — The 2016 edition of the now famous handmade bike show takes place at The North Warehouse. We welcome all bike framebuilding companies and bicycle industry companies who have signed on so far and to the other vendors who wish to join the party you can become a vendor at the OBCA website.
Asia Bike takes inspiration from Eurobike, the world’s biggest professional bike exhibition. As the first trade show on sports bikes in China, Asia Bike focuses on high-end bikes, sports bikes, urban bikes, cycling apparel and components. As the cooperative partner of Asia Bike and organizer of Eurobike, Messe Friedrichshafen provides strategies with professional knowledge and experience accumulated from the past 20-plus years.
Taichung Bike Week is different from all other bicycle trade shows. Organized by the bike industry for the bike industry, Taichung Bike Week is an OEM event, open to product managers and local suppliers, but not to the wholesalers or the general public. Taichung Bike Week is solely for competitive OEM bicycle components producers and their high-end brand customers.
Fall CycloFest presented by Interbike combines bike and product demos with technical seminars, education, food, music and a little healthy competition. Interbike is excited to partner with the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, to pair our cycling event expertise with their first-class facility to create this unique outdoor experience for our Eastern U.S. retailers and enthusiasts.
BRAIN editors, event sponsors and guests will tour Asheville, N.C. on bike. We will visit local bike shops to learn about the market and bike scene in the area.
The Bicycle Tour Network holds its annual national conference to allow bicycle event professionals and tourism professionals to meet and network with one another. The conference includes lectures, interactive sessions, group discussions and breakouts with a variety of topics related to the successful and safe administration of cycling events and tours and promotion of bicycle tourism. The conference also features a vendor expo giving companies an opportunity to market directly to the ride directors and bicycle tourism professionals.
Now in its seventh year, the Philly Bike Expo promotes the fun, function, fitness and freedom to be found on two wheels. The Philly Bike Expo creates an environment that fosters relationships between the cycling community and the dedicated companies and organizations that are the foundation of bicycles as a lifestyle. We host this weekend to admire the artisans whose craft enables us to ride two-wheeled art, to applaud the activists whose tireless efforts further our cycling infrastructure and to explore cycling as a fun and efficient transportation alternative.