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Philly Bike Expo Announces Postponement of 2020 Show

Published July 17, 2020

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2021 Dates to be Announced

Based on the most recent restrictions from the City of Philadelphia and State of Pennsylvania, organizers have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Philly Bike Expo until 2021.

All currently registered exhibitors will be credited for the 2021 show, with registrations carrying over to next year.

"We are working to provide the best solution for our exhibitors and the Expo alike. We're lucky in that so many of our exhibitors are like a family and we've already seen a tremendous amount of support for this decision," said Show Director Bina Bilenky.

Show executives weighed multiple options for presenting a live event, but with the health and safety of exhibitors, attendees and volunteers paramount it became clear that postponing this year's show is the best possible option.

Bilenky adds, "We are looking to the positive side of these tough times, and with the explosion of folks purchasing new bikes for transportation and recreation we know there will be a continued increase of interest in all aspects of cycling. We'll miss seeing our Expo family this year, but look forward to welcoming a larger group of riders than ever before in 2021."

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