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Growth in Bike Sales Holds Promises for UK Cycle Show

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The Association of Cycle Traders in the UK reports that sales at its members increased by 3.7% in August 2009. The association also states that the financial crisis isnt harming the UK specialist cycle trade at all; in fact it is contributing to further increases in sales. This holds big promises for UKs Cycle Show 2009 which will open its doors next Thursday for trade visitors. During the first eight months of 2009

Growth in Bike Sales Holds Promises for UK Cycle Show

HOVE, UK – The Association of Cycle Traders in the UK reports that sales at its members increased by 3.7% in August 2009. The association also states that the financial crisis isn’t harming the UK specialist cycle trade at all; in fact it is contributing to further increases in sales. This holds big promises for UK’s Cycle Show 2009 which will open its doors next Thursday for trade visitors.

During the first eight months of 2009 year to date sales growth is 4.6% compared to the same period of 2008, says the Association of Cycle Traders. And also results for September 2009 are looking promising, as it states on http://cycles.actsmart.biz: “Whether its pre Cycle Show fever or general market bravado, everyone appears to be talking up September’s performance and the weather was certainly conducive to a good cycling month.”

UK’s Cycle Show 2009 will open its doors next Thursday, October 8 and is on this day only open for trade and press. According to the organizers the 2009 Cycle Show has more exhibitors, more talks from industry experts and more previews of 2010’s cycling trends. 2008 was a record year for the Cycle Show with 3,409 trade visitors out of a total of well over 20,000 visitors. UK’s Cycle Show takes place at Earls Court, London and offers next to a wide variety of exhibitors, test tracks, seated arena, BMX street course, a showcase arena and a cycling retail zone. The show is from 9th-11th October open to the public.

 

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