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Busy Show Schedule with Interbike Coming Up Next

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SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, USA – With Eurobike closing its doors earlier this month, the next international show coming up is Interbike Expo in Reno, Nevada taking place from September 18-20, 2018. One week later Taichung Bike Week kicks off. And for the ones that really want to stay informed, Taipei Cycle is organized end of October this year.

Busy Show Schedule with Interbike Coming Up Next
This year Interbike will take place in Reno for the first time. Photo Bike Europe

This year Interbike will take place in Reno for the first time after the largest bicycle industry trade show in North America announced its move from Las Vegas last year.

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The 2018 Interbike edition will start with a consumer cycling festival called ‘Interbike Marketweek’. It will take place in the Reno Tahoe region beginning with the Northstar Free-Ride Festival in North Lake Tahoe from September 14 to 16, 2018 (with bike demos taking place on September 15-16). This will be followed by OutDoor Demo (September 16-17) and culminate in the Interbike trade show. The first two events will take place at the Northstar California Resort while the Reno-Sparks Convention Center will host the trade show. Interbike Expo in Reno is taking place from September 18 – 20, 2018.

The Circuit test track

Interbike recently announced the addition of a new featured area of the expo located just outside the door of the Reno Sparks Convention Center, that will incorporate brand booths, The Circuit test track, ePowered by Bosch, food and beverage options, shaded seating and more. The Open Air District will launch with a number of brands including 100%, Bafang Electric Motor, Cycle Force Group (Ridley, Eddy Merckx and more), myStromer USA, Raleigh Electric, Tern Bicycles and more.

Indoors and outdoors

“The mid-September weather in Reno has historically been very comfortable, ranging from daytime highs in the low 80’s, to evening lows in the 50’s,” said Justin Gottlieb, Interim Show Director for Interbike. “This makes for a prime opportunity to mix up the expo experience by spending time both indoors and outdoors, adding a different dimension to the show. It’s likely to be the preferred lunch spot for Interbike attendees who will also be able to interact with key exhibitors in the Open Air District infield, relax in a shaded area and of course, test a variety of e-bikes on The Circuit test track.”

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