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21 brands confirmed for Bike PressCamp

Published May 4, 2017
Still room for more exhibitors, organizer ECRM says; Canyon Bicycles signs on.

SOLON, Ohio (BRAIN) — Bike PressCamp organizer ECRM said Thursday that it saw a surge in exhibitor signups last month coming out of the Sea Otter Classic, and now has 21 brands set to attend the June 19-23 event.

The new signups include Canyon Bicycles, the German consumer-direct brand set to enter the U.S. market in the third quarter of the year.

“Canyon selected PressCamp as one of its many media activation events globally because of the opportunity it allows to tell our stories to a variety of journalists in one location. In Park City, our stories can come to life on great terrain and validate the unique technologies behind the Canyon brand of ‘pure cycling’ experiences,” said Blair Clark, president of Canyon USA.

In addition to Canyon, the current exhibitor list covers a mix of first-time and returning brands at PressCamp: 3T, Alpinestars, Bag Balm, Black Inc. Wheels, Boyd Cycling, CamelBak, Cinelli, Everysight, Exposure Lights, Factor Bikes, Five Ten, Full Speed Ahead, G-Form, Kali Protectives, Kenda Tires, Ridley Bikes, Selle San Marco, Thule, THM Carbon and Vision Wheels. ECRM said room remains for “a handful more” exhibitors.

Organizers will also bring together Bike PressCamp and Outdoor PressCamp, held concurrently at Deer Valley Resort, for a pair of cross-industry networking events, starting with an opening reception Monday, June 19, presented by Boa Systems. And on Wednesday, June 21, the two PressCamps will gather for a lunchtime Q&A with Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and Tom Adams, director of the state’s Office of Outdoor Recreation, to discuss the controversy over use of federal lands in Utah. PressCamp's Kenji Haroutunian will moderate the discussion.

“We are very excited that our two industries will have the opportunity to better understand this hot-button issue,” ECRM stated.

For more information, visit PressCamp’s website

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