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FEATURE I LONDON BIKE SHOW


THE UK’S FASTEST GROWING CYCLING SHOW RETURNS TO THE EXCEL


With over 200 cycling related exhibitors present, the show is expected to be another great success.


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he London Bike Show – Driven by SEAT returns February 2015 The UK’s largest cycling Show returns to ExCeL London from 12 – 15 February 2015, with plenty of gear to browse and buy, exciting features to watch and take part in, and everything any road, mountain, urban or family cyclist could ever need.


Hardware brands already confirmed include Cannondale, Boardman, Scott, Giant, Hoy Bikes, Mavic, Beacon Fell and Schwalbe, whilst retailer Tri UK will be present offering bike fitting and some great offers.


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Looking for some new clothing, accessories, a cycling holiday, training advice or something else? There will be over 200 cycling related exhibitors present. Visit thelondonbikeshow.co.uk/stands to see the current list of confirmed exhibitors. For those looking to improve their cycling, the Surrey Human Performance Training Hub offers visitors the chance to measure fitness, challenge performance and walk away with a personalised training programme, after a 1-2-1 expert performance assessment. The importance of riding a bike before buying it can never be overlooked, which is why the 500m test


track will return to the Show for another year, allowing visitors the opportunity to try a whole range of road bikes, commuter bikes and the latest electric bikes. There will also be a dedicated kids test track for the younger ones.


There are more reasons for visitors to attend the Show in 2015, as the organisers have added a host of new attractions, including the Training & Safety Arena. Visitors will find a mock road network and Cycle Training UK & partners will be on hand offering hints, tips and advice to help you ride safer on and off the road. The StreetVelodrome is another new


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