Taipei Cycle 2010: More Than 900 Exhibitors
Before Taipei Cycle started 23 years ago it was a mere pavilion within TaiSPO. Since going solo it has grown into one of the worlds three top bicycle trade shows. With a massive national race, demo areas, design competitions and more, this event is not just a show but a festival.
TAIPEI, Taiwan – Before Taipei Cycle started 23 years ago it was a mere pavilion within TaiSPO. Since going solo it has grown into one of the world’s three top bicycle trade shows. With a massive national race, demo areas, design competitions and more, this event is not just a show but a festival.
The show venue at TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall from March 17 to 20 embraces the spirit of innovation and service. That’s likely why this show has outgrown all its previous venues to offer a global selection of bicycle products to tickle the imagination of the fussiest buyer.
Never in its 23 year history has there been a Taipei Cycle like this one. Booth demand from the 900-plus domestic and foreign suppliers has exceeded by 1,000 booths. These exhibitors will use 2,900 booths. Show organizer TAITRA even had to include Nangang’s sixth floor and is also doubling the outdoor exhibition area in order to accommodate all suppliers.
China Motor Corporation
Taipei Cycle 2010 will have several new exhibition initiatives like the French National Pavilion which joins 14 renowned French suppliers including Time Sport. The China Motor Corporation has been shifting its car tech muscle to e-Bike R&D and will show the latest results. Another new face will be Sanyo which has put its focus to create even better energy saving e-bikes. The overall number of e-Bikes on display has more than doubled over last year.
The Taipei Cycle 2010 with start with the award ceremony of the International Bicycle Design Competition. Other supporting events are the Tour de Taiwan, LEV Conference, Taiwan Cycle Night, display of winners of the Annual Innovative Products Competition Award and contenders of the International Bicycle Design Competition and outdoor bicycle test drives.