Organisers on course to host 1,000 exhibitors over 4,000 booths at the Nangang Centre

Taipei Cycle approaching booth record

The organisers of Taiwan’s largest bicycle exhibition – The Taipei Cycle Show – have revealed that the show is on course to host 4,000 booths from more than 1,000 foriegn and domestic exhibitors.

Having opened additional space on the sixth floor of the Nangang Centre, plus the TWTC Hall and outdoor areas, organisers are confident of pushing past its prior booth record. Exhibitors from 36 different countries are currently set to attend, including UK firms making the journey.

The EU Pavilion (organised by COLIPED) is now in its 20th year and the French Pavilion will also make its third appearance at the show.

Taipei Cycle will once again be held in conjunction with the annual Tour de Taiwan, International Bicycle Trend Forum and IBDC (International Bicycle Design Competition). There’s also Taiwan Cycle Night, and displays of the winners of the Taipei Cycle d&i awards.

2012’s exhibition runs from March 7th through 10th.

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