Trade still granted free access with proof of ID

Cycle Show tickets go on sale

Tickets are now on sale for the Cycle Show, which returns to Birmingham’s NEC from September 25th to 28th.

The opening day remains a trade exclusive invite, with free tickets available on request to those with proof of a position in the cycle trade.

At £13 for adults, the ticket cost remains unchanged for the third year in a row and packs in more for the price, with the addition of elite cyclocross and dirt jumping contests, a frame-building area and an expanded floor plan occupied by more exhibitors.

Chris Holman, event director at organisers Upper Street Events, said: “The cycling community has grown at an astounding rate in the past few years, and we’re very proud of how The Cycle Show has expanded and adapted to welcome that trend; not only in terms of the quantity and size of the stands, but also in their variety. From kids to commuters, electric bikes to mountain bikes and everything in between, The Cycle Show has something to offer everyone with an interest in cycling.”

He added: “This year we are particularly keen to welcome new cyclists of all ages and abilities, and we are working hard to ensure the event is as entertaining, engaging and affordable as possible.”

Children aged 14 and under can attend for just £1 each with an accompanying adult. Concession prices are also available to students and those over 65.

To buy tickets or for more information on The Cycle Show 2014, visit

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