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Philly Bike Expo sells 25% of exhibitor space in three weeks

Published January 30, 2019

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2019 year-to-date registrations up more than 100%

Philadelphia, PA (January 30th, 2019) - 2019 Philly Bike Expo exhibitor registration is sprinting past 2018 numbers, with 42 booth spaces sold in the first weeks of registration. Coming on the heels of 2018’s sold-out show, the PBE continues to gain momentum as both a consumer event and a significant late-season industry gathering.

Returning to the naturally lit venue of the Pennsylvania Convention Center in November, the PBE provides a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Consumers, media and industry attendees can view mid-season launches from larger exhibitors alongside handcrafted bicycles and accessories from numerous smaller brands.

Early bird pricing is valid through April 19. Registration information can be found here:

About the PBE:
The Philly Bike Expo is an annual weekend-long event featuring exhibitors, seminars, presentations and events representing the spectrum of cycling. Founded by Bilenky Cycle Works in 2010 as a way to promote cycling culture, the PBE has grown to one of the largest cycling trade shows in the US. Last year’s sold-out show hosted nearly 200 exhibitors and 5,000 attendees.


Topics associated with this article: Events, Consumer Expos and Rides, Tradeshows and conferences

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