Taichung Bike Week
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Munich’s fledgling show, Bike Expo, has told organizers for Taichung Bike Week that they will sponsor the industry dinner during the official Dec. 4-8 gathering of international product managers.
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Key industry suppliers are making plans for December’s Taichung Bike Week and Colmax’s Erik Kimble has announced his schedule for the annual event.
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—A brewing debate over dates for Taiwan Bike Week has been settled. This December’s gathering of product managers in Taichung takes place much the same as in year’s past.
TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Steve Fenton and Katerina Rejchrtova made it official Wednesday—Taichung Bike Week will be held Nov. 15 through Nov. 19, moving the dates earlier in the year rather than in December.
BY MARC SANI AND DOUG MCCLELLAN
TAICHUNG, Taiwan—Taichung Mayor Jason Hu beamed as he welcomed hundreds of product managers and executives to Taichung Bike Week.
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Organizers of Taichung Bike Week are considering moving the 2010 event to the week of Nov. 15 instead of its customary time slot in early December.
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Hundreds of product managers are expected to attend Taichung Bike Week, an informal series of presentations where parts and components brands can pitch their 2011 offerings.
TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—In Motion Asia, Taiwan’s leading bike tour operator, has a number of exciting bike events both during and either side of Taichung Bike Week (December 5-13), allowing visitors the perfect opportunity to mix business with leisure and experience first-hand the world-class riding on offer in Taiwa
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—OEMs who plan to participate in Taichung Bike Week should contact organizers as soon as possible to reserve space.
BY DOUG MCCLELLAN
TAICHUNG, Taiwan—To understand why the Taichung “mini-shows” keep growing every year, consider Masi brand manager Tim Jackson.
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN)—Many companies attending the Taichung mini-shows took the first steps Monday toward bringing the event under a single organizer, provided it remains “cheap, efficient and casual.”