There will be a plethora of seminars at Cycle 2002, the public bike show due to be kicked off with a trade and press preview day on September 26th. At Islington’s Business Design Centre there will be trade-specific presentations as well as public seminars given by the likes of Adam Hart Davies, presenter of BBC1’s Tomorrow's World, and design guru Mike Burrows.

BDC’s bike show will be packed with info

Seminars lined up for the trade and press preview day include a get-on-the-web seminar from UK Online for Business, a government agency, and a Colin Rees seminar on how to motivate sales teams.

Alan Finch from ATG will do maintenance and suspension set-up programmes.

Ian Wright of HSBC and Business Link London will give a seminar on combating credit card fraud.

On the three public days the seminar programme includes a talk by folding bike enthusiast Adam Hart Davies, presenter of Tomorrow’s World. He will discuss transport issues on Friday 27th September.

Science in Sport will give a seminar on optimum nutrition for training.

All seminars will take place in the Conference room situated on the first floor of the Business Design Centre. The presenters will then be available to answer questions

informally at The Hub – a specially designated area in the Eurosport Café.

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