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Cycle of Influence Summit postponed due to COVID-19 concerns

Published September 2, 2021

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (BRAIN) — The Cycle of Influence Summit has been postponed until next year because of COVID-19 Delta variant concerns. New dates will be announced later this year.

The inaugural event for executives, managers, influencers, and dealers was scheduled for Oct. 14-15 after initially planned for 2020. The summit will present an agenda of speakers and panels to generate discussion about business, marketing, economics, environment, and trends that directly or indirectly affect the industry. 

"During this time, we have been incredibly grateful for the positive encouragement and support from the cycling industry, its VIPs, potential sponsors, and interested attendees," said Sergio Bravo, Cycle of Influence Summit president and founder. "COI is meant to fill the resource gaps for networking and knowledge to help make the cycling industry business, better business."

For the remainder of this year, COI will continue to pursue agenda topics for the 2022 summit, Bravo said.

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