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Taipei Cycle Show 2020 takes to the road with seminar for Japanese and Korean manufacturers

Published June 18, 2019

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Organisers set to unveil plans for 2020, building on increase in buyers of 22.6% at Taipei Cycle Show 2019

18 June, Taipei: In what is the first of a global series of seminars, representatives from Japanese and Korean cycling and sporting goods industries will get an early insight into what to expect at Taipei Cycle Show 2020. Early registration for manufacturers for Taipei Cycle Show 2020 will open on 31 July. Registration for the Korea seminar is open now.

Other events so far confirmed are:

  • August tbc ShimanoFest, Brazil
  • August tbc Los Angeles Seminar, California, USA
  • 4 September Paris Room, Messe Friedrichshafen, EUROBIKE, Germany
  • 10 September The Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver, Canada

The event will be held by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) at the Lotte Hotel in Seoul, Korea, on 20 June. As well as an introduction to what they can expect from the 2020 show, attendees will be briefed on the highlights from this year's show.

The 2019 show's return to its traditional place as the first major industry event on the cycling calendar proved popular with visitors and exhibitors alike, with a 22.6% increase in overseas and domestic buyers. The expanded show was held entirely at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2) for the first time in its history.

Among the leading international bicycle brands supporting the show's return to the March dates and confirming their ongoing intention to exhibit, were Goodyear Tyres, who commented that they "consider Taipei Cycle as a platform for launching new development products in Asia. We appreciate the quality of the buyers and will continue to exhibit."

Taipei Cycle Show 2020
Taipei Cycle Show 2020 will provide key designers, entrepreneurs, manufacturers, buyers and distributors opportunities to network, make deals and share insights on the future of the cycling industry when they descend on Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 & Hall 2 (TaiNEX 1 & TaiNEX 2) from 4-7 March.

In the main halls more than 1,250 exhibitors from at least 35 countries will showcase innovations in bicycles, parts and accessories, as well as e-bikes and drive units, and Smart Cycling services Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, cycling tour and software services. There will also be special Japan and Korea pavilions where buyers can find their target manufacturers in one convenient location.

Taipei Cycle Show 2020 will host hands-on events such as Taipei Cycle Forum sessions on 5 and 6 March, bringing the industry's key thinkers together in a series of inclusive experiential events, while the pre-show demonstration day has now been incorporated into the main show across all four days. Visitors will also be able to enjoy the spectacle provided by the addition to the schedule of catwalk shows, showcasing the latest trends from cycling apparel and accessories manufacturers.

Jasmine Wu, Taipei Cycle Show PR Manager, said: "Taipei Cycle Show provides brand owners, buyers and distributors, opportunities for networking, meeting peers, discovering emerging technologies and discussing current global influences on the industry, which are second to none. We look forward to meeting long-standing and prospective exhibitors at our seminar in Seoul later this week."

Taipei Cycle Show 2020: 4-7 March inclusive

  • Over 1,250 exhibitors from at least 35 countries
  • Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 & Hall 2 (TaiNEX1 & TaiNEX 2)
  • LEVs and electric systems, e-bikes, IoT solutions and parts
  • Leading brands including Giant, Merida, Shimano, Continental, Dahon, SRAM, Colnago and Bianchi
  • Country Pavilions including Japan, Korea and the Confederation of the European Bicycle Industries (CONEBI)
  • Catwalk shows
  • Taipei Cycle+ including Smart Cycling, start-up zone and seminars
  • Taipei Cycle Forum sessions, including trends in e-bike market
  • Taipei Cycle Show d&i Design Awards 2020
  • Bike demonstrations on site throughout the event

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