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Taipei Cycle 2024 Drives Green Revolution, Building On A Promising Outlook For The Cycling Industry

Published March 11, 2024

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This year's show attracted up to 4,000 international visitors contributing to an optimistic atmosphere for the cycling industry's growth

TAIPEI CYCLE concluded on March 9, with almost 4,000 international visitors from 80 countries attending the exhibition.

11 March 2024 – Taipei, Taiwan: Taipei, Taiwan: TAIPEI CYCLE concluded on March 9, with up to 4,000 international visitors from 80 countries attending the exhibition. The top five buyer countries included Japan, China (including Hong Kong), the USA, South Korea, and Singapore. Additionally, a total of 23,000 domestic industry attendees visited the exhibition.

TAIPEI CYCLE 2024 offered numerous opportunities for attendees to engage with prominent international brands and supply chain companies, with a special focus on four key themes: Micro Mobility, Green Action, Startup & Innovation and Cycling Culture and Lifestyle, reflecting the industry's commitment to sustainability.

This year's exhibitions introduced innovative themes to inject new vitality into the cycling industry, exemplified by the Bike Venture program initiated by TAIPEI CYCLE and Anchor Asia (Anchor Taiwan). The initiative aimed to harness Taiwan's rich bicycle industry tradition and profound technological capabilities to foster an innovative ecosystem for the bicycle industry. The Bike Venture Zone showcased 10 selected startups from 8 countries/regions, with notable attention garnered by their innovations. The Bike Venture Summit and Innovation Salon attracted over 30% of registrations from investors and technology industry executives, highlighting the keen interest in cross-industry collaboration.

The exhibition introduced more diverse and enriching content this year. Notably, the Norwegian brand reTyre, featuring their recyclable tires aligned with the industry's sustainability focus, stated they had a successful debut at the exhibition, connecting with buyers worldwide through the platform and plan to continue participating in future. Japan's National Cycle Route, promoted at the Japan Pavilion, received enthusiastic responses, indicating promising prospects for expanding cycling tourism options next year. The newly established E-cycling Pavilion attracted crowds through exhibitions, experiences, and lectures, serving as a focal point for the exhibitions and facilitating cross-domain exchanges between online and offline cycling ecosystem operators. There will likely be more international exchanges and cooperation via online events.

Tyler Anspach, President at SDG Components said: "Despite the industry turbulence, the Taipei Cycle Show was a success and exceeded our expectations. In a time where face-to-face connections are crucial, the show provides a solid opportunity to meet with international distributors, key OEM accounts and suppliers, and catch up with industry friends. Taipei is one our favorite cities too - which is why we haven't missed the show in 20 years!"

Bob Margevicius, Executive Vice President at Specialized said: "The show was full of energy. Seeing the amazing amount of innovation with a strong emphasis on ESG and sustainability was great. TAIPEI CYCLE always provides excellent networking opportunities with a wide, diverse, global selection of exhibitors showcasing a vast range of products and services. It was terrific to see so many young new start-ups featuring exciting new products."

Fiona Schröder, a German E-cycling expert was invited to join the rides at TAIPEI CYLCE's E-Cycling Pavilion
Sustainability was a major focus of TAIPEI CYCLE, with the Riding Towards Sustainability Forum held on the second day, featuring speakers from Cycling Industries Europe, Rapha, Accell Group, and Bicycling Alliance for Sustainability (BAS), attracting 172 industry professionals.

For 2025, TAIPEI CYCLE will be held from March 26-29 at TaiNEX Halls 1 and 2.

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