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Taipei Cycle 2008 Opening New Exhibit Hall

Published October 16, 2007

TAITRA, Taipei (BRAIN)—Not only will Taipei Cycle 2008 take the industry to new and fresh untouched ground, it will also take place in a newly opened purpose-designed exhibition hall—only one factor that reflects the dynamics and transition sweeping the industry.

This massive endeavor that unfolds March 13-16 highlights the multi-faceted industry of whole cycles and parts that supply a world increasingly demanding common sense solutions to avoid fossil fuels, while saving money and losing weight.

For 21 year this event has built a glowing reputation for being the best and most reliable sourcing center by linking buyers to the multi-fibrous networks of producers.

The event, also known as the Taipei International Cycle Show is co-organized by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and the Taiwan Bicycle Exporters’ Association (TBEA).

Much of the press will be focused on Taipei Cycle 2008 since it will be the first ever event to be held at the new TWTC Nangang Exhibition Center. And all efforts will be on providing buyers, from both home and abroad, with top quality service and facilities.

“Taiwan’s manufacturers are extremely creative and flexible in R and D, production, and marketing and that Taiwan really deserves the good reputation of being the international procurement center for the bicycle industry," said John Burke, president of Trek Bikes.

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