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CYCLE SHOW 2013 PREVIEW


The main stage proved a big draw for consumers in 2012


DOUBLE UP AND GO DUTCH


THE CYCLE Show will host an invitation-only Go Dutch conference in a room just off the foyer on the show’s trade day. The joint venture between the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Netherlands Business Support Office Manchester will see experts from Holland and the UK talk urban planning. The free event will include presentations from British and Dutch VIP speakers, as well as hands-on workshops, and will be chaired by Philip Darnton. This conference is a follow-up of the series of ‘Love Cycling, Go Dutch’


conferences in Bristol, London, Edinburgh and Manchester in 2012. The conference begins at 9.30am and runs throughout the day until 5pm.


The test track is well worth a roll if you have time


HIT THE TRACK


THE CYCLE Show will have numerous test tracks for both the trade and consumer to get to grips with a variety of bikes. Don’t be afraid to bring the kids, as there will be two demo tracks for


kids: One for toddlers aged five and under and another for children aged 6 to 12.


Quest 88 will once again host an outdoor demo area for its cycles. The


hub will showcase the latest in inclusive cycles for all ages plus children and adults with disabilities including companion cycles, wheelchair tandems, handcycles and therapy tricycles. The Dare2B commuter demo track returns, alongside the off-road MTB


demo track, which includes rock gardens, berms, rollers and jumps. Electric bicycles and folding bicycles will share the same circuit, which you’ll be able to try out directly from the electric bike exhibitor area.


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