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CYCLE SHOW RECORDS BIGGEST EVER ATTENDANCE

CYCLE SHOW RECORDS BIGGEST EVER ATTENDANCE

The 15th edition of the Cycle Show broke all records with more stands and visitors than ever before. 

New to the brand line up were Cannondale, Orange mountain bikes, Shand Cycles, Radon from Germany, Isla bikes, Ridley, Saracen, Genesis, Ridgeback, Magura, USN, Crud, 2Pure with Merckx, NRG4 with Limar helmets, Avocet, Miche, KMC, Orbita from Portugal, Simplon from Austria and Megamo from Spain. They joined the biggest line-up of bike companies and brands in the UK including the likes of Cube, Canyon, Ribble, Planet-X, Vitus, Trek, Bianchi, Colnago, Boardman, Whyte, KTM, Hope, SRAM, Lazer, FSA, Shimano, Cinelli, Kinesis, Ritte, Primal, Pinarello, Schwalbe, Deda,, Mondraker, Storck, Condor, Campagnolo and many, many more.

The show also featured a stellar line up of medal winners and stars of the cycling world including Ed Clancy, Callum Skinner and Joanna Rowsell-Shand all returning from Rio with gold medals, Chris Boardman, Manon Carpenter, Sean Kelly, Dani King, the Athertons and Taylor Vernon from the Trek Factory DH team, Martyn Ashton and many more.

See the  2016 exhibitors

CYCLE SHOW SOCIAL MEDIA HUB

CYCLE SHOW SOCIAL MEDIA HUB

What's on

Check back daily for the latest updates on what bikes, accessories, clothing and other cool stuff will be at the Cycle Show this year. Click on the image for links to stories and reviews  

NEW: THE VELOVIXEN WOMEN'S CYCLING HUB

NEW: THE VELOVIXEN WOMEN'S CYCLING HUB

What's on

The Cycle Show have teamed up with the fine people at VeloVixen to create a new drop-in lounge come theatre especially for female cyclists. The times for who's appearing in the Hub each day are live now!  

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

Haibike started life in Germany in 1995 and set out to make top quality, high performance road bikes and mountain bikes, but it’s been in the electrically assisted sector where they’ve really made a name for themselves. Haibike are one of the pioneers of eMTBs and were the first company to use the Bosch system in 2010. The two brands also collaborated on the first ever eMTB race at this year’s Sea Otter Classic.  All the bikes are assembled in Germany and every niche is covered - MTB hardtail, MTB full sus, 700c bikes, 24” kids bikes, DH bikes, Fat bikes and they go from £1750 to a might-need-to-sell-a-kidney £13,000.

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

If your love of bikes started with the boom in the UK mountain biking scene in the 1990's, then you'll recall that virtually every pro bike had a Crud Catcher attached back then. And because it was good enough for Peaty, Jason, Rob, Will and co, it was generally the first thing most of us shelled out a tenner for and attached to our new Rockhoppers and Lava Domes too. The mastermind behind this plastic phenomenon was Pete Tomkins and he's still making innovative products with the help of son Jamie who rode for Team MBUK back in the day. Pete and Jamie were mainstays at the old Bike Shows at the NEC and they're back there this year with a stand so say hello and see what's up for Crud in 2016.
CELEBS AT THE SHOW

CELEBS AT THE SHOW

The list of Olympians, MTB World Champs and current stars and legends from the track and road that are coming to the NEC is looking pretty impressive.   See who's signed up to appear here and read interviews with some of the guest stars. Make sure you're at the show to hear all about their latest exploits - you can check the daily timings for the Protect Your Bubble stage here.
FEATURED EXHIBITOR

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

Yorkshire based Orange Mountain Bikes have been making MTBs since 1988 and they’ve been ridden by some of the best in the business including Greg Minaar and Steve Peat - both to downhill world champ success - and most recently by FMX legend Mike Metzger. Last time we saw Orange at the NEC was probably back at Bike 99 so definitely looking forward to seeing what they’ve got planned for this September. The Orange design team have clearly been uber busy working on new bikes for 2017 including the 29er short travel Segment and the 27.5 enduro monster Alpine6 with boost, both of which you’ll be able to see at the Cycle Show along with the full range from Halifax’s finest.
FEATURED EXHIBITOR

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

2Pure are at the Cycle Show with Merckx bikes, the eponymous brand of the world's greatest-ever bike rider.  Despite just recently marking his 70th year, Eddy is still very much involved in the development and testing of the bikes. Difficult to imagine a better man for the job. The range was expanded significantly last year and includes the new  Strasbourg 71 gravel bike which won a Design & Innovation award at this year Tapei Cycle show
ELECTRIC BIKE VILLAGE WITH SHIMANO STEPS

ELECTRIC BIKE VILLAGE WITH SHIMANO STEPS

What's on

This is the fourth year that the Cycle Show has hosted a dedicated eBike area and test track at the NEC and this year's eBike village is brought to you by Shimano Steps 










 
NEW: BOSCH E-MTB TRACK

NEW: BOSCH E-MTB TRACK

For the first time ever in the UK, you can test ride the latest eMTBs from the likes of Cube, Trek, Haibike and other brands at the show on a dirt and north shore track built inside the show. Find out if the hype is true and see just how much fun an eMTB is courtesy of Bosch.
RETAIL THERAPY

RETAIL THERAPY

Spend a happy hour shopping for clothing and accessories from the likes of Cube, Lazer, Dare 2b, Henty, Madison, Pro Vision, Sugoi, Lezyne, Zefal, Fat Lad, Garmin and stock-up on all your favourite energy products from High5, USN, Stealth, Torq and more.
FEATURED EXHIBITOR

FEATURED EXHIBITOR

It’s difficult not to like what Shand Cycles do – a small independent British company hand-building steel bikes (like the classic all-rounder Stoater pictured in Rohloff spec) at their Livingston premises. Shand’s frame-building pedigree dates back to 2003, and they’ve also recently turned their hand to designing some very nice, carbon framed MTBs.

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