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2019 CycleCon Weekend Adds Electric Bikes; Scheduled for Oct. 11, 12, and 13

Published June 29, 2019

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The popular Cycle-Con Weekend continues to expand.

This year's event, which returns to the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 11, 12 and 13, 2019, includes the first-time addition of Electric Cycle-Con, offering industry members and consumers an up-close look at the latest in electric-assist technology and innovation in bicycles.

Since 2011 Cycle-Con weekend has catered to the expanding niche markets of cycling. The show includes: Recumbent Cycle-Con, featuring recumbent bikes, trikes and tandems, and accessories for that market; the Adaptive Cycling Expo, with a chance to look at adaptive bikes, trikes and quads, educational demonstrations and informative seminars covering all aspects of Adaptive Cycling; and the Bicycle Tour & Travel Expo, featuring exhibits and entertaining and informational seminars covering all aspects of bicycle touring and travel throughout the world.

Cycle-Con Weekend also includes the popular Outdoor Demo Arena where you can ride the latest e-bikes, cargo bikes, travel and tour bikes, recumbent bikes, trikes and tandems.

Attendees can also check out seminars and demonstrations to learn more about adaptive cycling, bicycle touring, electric assist-bikes, recumbent bikes and trikes, with sessions for enthusiasts as well as cycling professionals.

"When we had our first show in 2011 our goal was to highlight these vibrant niche markets of cycling," explained Charles Coyne, founder of Cycle-Con Weekend and president of Coyne Publishing LLC, "and we've expanded the event over the years to include more markets. I'm amazed each year at the new faces we see, and delighted to see so many returning ones."

Friday, October 11 is an industry-only day, open exclusively to manufacturers, dealers, and other members of the industry. Saturday and Sunday are open to the general cycling public as well. For information on attending visit the event website at You can also contact the event planners directly at Coyne Publishing, LLC, at 909-599-2691.

Topics associated with this article: Electric bike

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