Great Interest in World Cycling Forum
ROTTERDAM, the Netherlands – There’s great interest in the 2nd World Cycling Forum that takes place 4 and 5 June in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Currently representatives from more than 40 companies have registered for their participation including most of the renowned names from the business.
Here’s an overview of the companies that have registered to participate in next month’s World Cycling Forum: Accell Group, Thun, Alhonga, Apro, Argon, Beto, BMC, Campagnolo, DDK, Decathlon, DT Swiss, eFlow, Fairly, Givi, Harley Davidson, Hayes, Herzog, HL Corp, ISM, Jagwire, KMC, Limotec, Magura, Messe Munich, MFC, Olagnero, PeopleforBikes, Rotor, Sapim, Scott, Specialized, SRAM, TranzX, Trek, Ursus, Vision, Vittoria, WTB, Hebie, Maxcom and Tubus.
Sponsors of the 2-day International Conference are: Portugal Bike Value – ABIMOTA, Dahon, Rein4ced and Promovec.
Unique location: former cruise-liner ss Rotterdam
After the successful 1st World Cycling Forum that took place in Porto in 2017, this time the former cruise-liner ss Rotterdam, located in the port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is the (easy to reach) location. The theme of the English-language Conference is “Putting the Bicycle industry at the core of sustainable development”. What the many expert speakers will address are the business opportunities that the fight against climate change will offer the global bicycle industry in the coming years. Click here for more about the World Cycling Forum agenda.
Special Bike Europe participation rate
Subscribers to the Bike Europe newsletter and print editions are able to participate next month’s World Cycling Forum at special Bike Europe conditions. This means a discount of 200 euros on the regular participation rate of 1,250 euros. The special Bike Europe participation rate is 1,050 euros and for that amount you not only participate in the 2-day Conference but also in all other activities including lunches as well as a festive BBQ dinner on the aft deck of the ss Rotterdam.
Seats left and available
Participating in the World Cycling Forum is still possible as there are seats left and available. The World Cycling Forum will have an audience of over 200 decision makers, purchasing, procurement, supply chain directors and managers as well MD’s at retail chains, industry associations and stakeholders. Join them, not only to learn all about the issues vital for the future of the bike industry, but also to interact with them.
For registration as a participant at the special Bike Europe rate, this Bike Europe code must be used: wcf-bikeeurope-2019