Top Industry News, Show Challenges and More!
We have been working hard over the last couple of weeks, and unfortunately following discussions with exhibitors and the venue, we have established that it is no longer viable to run The Cycle Show in June 2021.
Riding ahead into next year we are proud to announce that our new dates are 22-24 April 2022 and that you can now plan ahead and book your tickets right away.
Plus! We are currently working on plans for an exciting NEW outdoor cycling event this August at Alexandra Palace, we will keep you updated with our plans around this.
In the meantime here is this weeks latest news selected just for you.
2021 EDITION OF GENT-WEVELGEM
In just a week, the peloton will gather under the Menin Gate in Ypres for a new edition of Gent-Wevelgem. Last year’s winner Mads Pendersen will face strong competition according to the provisional start list: a mix of fast men and classic riders. Who will win the Wevelgem?
60 SECONDS WITH CASEY BROWN
Not only has she raced downhill and enduro to Elite level, twice she has been crowned Queen of Crankworx and featured in several MTB films but she has done it all with a style few can match. After seeing what Casey Brown achieved lots of women have now shown what they’re capable of away from the race tracks.
LOCKDOWN CYCLING RULES EXPLAINED
The restrictions on cycle in the different UK nations still apply, however British Cycling have published a roadmap to restart group rides, sportive and competitions. Although subject to change British Cycling expects all activities to resume on 21 June, although some restrictions may still apply. These rules apply to England only.
COLLINS CUP: THE ROAD TO SAMORIN
The Professional Triathletes Organisation has announced the new date for the inaugural Collins Cup, now set to take place on 28 August, 2021. A spin off of golf’s Ryder Cup, this innovative new event will see the top triathletes in the world competing in the teams across a middle-distance multi race format. What does this mean exactly?