ICS is back for 2014 and will run at ExCeL over the first two days of LBS in Feb

London Bike Show to host International Cyclefit Symposium 2014

The annual International Cyclefit Symposium (ICS) is scheduled to take place during the first two days of the 2014 London Bike Show, which runs from the February 13th to 16th at ExCel, London.

The ICS is pitched as the world’s premier multidisciplinary symposium dedicated to bikefitting. Featuring experts from across the globe, it promotes bikefit education and debate in a collegiate, friendly and independent atmosphere. The previous two editions have featured speakers from British Cycling, Retul, Trek and Specialized BodyGeometry.

The ICS will run in conference room facilities adjoining the main exhibition space, allowing speakers and attendees to fully embrace all aspects of the bike industry – offering a worldclass education programme and an opportunity to see the latest offerings from cycling companies in just a few short days. All attendees will receive access to The London Bike Show as part of their ICS attendance.

CycleFit director and chief cycling analyst Julian Wall said: “Running the ICS during The London Bike Show offers a truly unique experience to attendees: they are treated to top-class conference facilities and a superb symposium but also have the opportunity to indulge in their love of cycling and see what’s going on in the exhibition itself. The Show also gives us a great opportunity to showcase bikefitting to the general public via a stand within the exhibition.”

CycleFit, in addition to running the symposium, will also be attending the full four days of the show, offering bikefit advice and information from their own stand in the main hall. Featuring input from all the major schools of bikefitting, such as Trek Precision Fit and Specialized BodyGeometry, CycleFit hope to deliver an independent and unbiased exposé of bikefitting and cycling analysis to the visiting public.

Ticketing info for ICS 2014.

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