Organisers hoping to top last year's 24,000 visitor figure with new features

Cycle Show 2010 attractions revealed

A handful of the planned features set to appear at the Earls Court Cycle Show this October have been revealed.

Returning attractions include the popular test track and mountain bike experience. Once again the street course will feature infront of the main stage and will be occupied by BMX professionals throughout the show.

A variety of experts and cycling celebrities will be on-hand for a series of talks and seminars at the main stage designed to cater and assist any grade of cyclists.

New for 2010 is the ‘Wizzbike’, which is a specially designed area for disabled cyclists to experience first hand the latest kit and bike models, from new styles to the latest accessories.

Kids are catered for too with a new ‘Craft zone’. This area allows the young’uns to customise their bike gear with stickers, paint and stencils.

Secure bike parking is again available free of charge.

The show opens for trade and press on October 7th and then is open to the general public from the 8th to 10th of October from 10am to 6pm daily (Sunday 5pm).

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