New Dimensions Added to Next Week’s Taipei Cycle Show
TAIPEI, Taiwan – This year’s Taipei Cycle will be very different compared to former ones. New dimensions are added to the event presenting it with a different look and feel compared to the 31 previously held editions of the Taipei International Cycle Show. The 32nd edition kicks off next Tuesday with the Demo Day while the show itself opens on Wednesday March 27 and runs to Saturday March 30.
One of the new dimensions of Taipei Cycle comes with the putting in use of Nangang Exhibition Hall 2. This completely new, across the road located, big Hall brings a very different floor plan to next week’s event to which regular visitors of the Taiwan show will have to get used to. In particular as a big part of the show now takes place here.
With the new Hall 2 the Taipei show as we have known it for years, is being split up. Hall 1 will continue to be the location that accommodates complete bikes, international exhibitors, and e-bike systems pavilions as well as the ones for specific countries and regions. For instance, the EU – CONEBI pavilion continues to be located here. As usual this all takes place at the 4thfloor of Nangang Hall 1 where also the Bike Europe booth is located. We are nearby the same location as in the past years at booth V0009. International visitors are welcomed to pick up their complimentary copy of Bike Europe’s 1/2019 edition.
Smart City Expo
What’s in particular new at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, is that parts and accessories makers are no longer located on the first floor. This year’s show features on 1stfloor of Hall 1 the “Smart City Expo” which promises to be interesting viewing all the latest mobility innovations.
Hall 2 is parts pavilion
With Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2, Taipei Cycle is now able to meet the needs of its exhibitors as there’s now much more space available. The new hall accommodates some 615 exhibitors. And from now on the new show hall will be the parts/components pavilion of the Taipei International Cycle Show.
Next to an over 35,000 m2exhibition area, Nangang Hall 2 also provides for more restaurants serving Asian and Western cuisine. The catering is located on the 3rdfloor and on floor B1. There are also more exhibition spaces outside to be used by exhibitors for demo’s and test rides.
Nangang Halls 1 and 2 are connected via an underground pathway. So, Taipei Cycle visitors do not have to cross the busy road between the two show halls.
The 32nd Taipei Cycle Show features in the main halls 1,139 exhibitors from more than 34 countries. Visitor pre-registration is now open and can be accessed here:
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