More exhibitors planned for Bike Week-set event

York Cycle Show on track to be the biggest yet

It may still be months away, but preparation for the York Cycle Show – taking place on the final weekend of Bike Week 2010 – is well underway, with plenty of bike firms signed up already.

The show organiser has told BikeBiz it is planning to top last year’s total of 53 exhibitors. Nineteen companies have confirmed already, six of which will be making their York Show debut.

Among the bike-related companies signed up to the York Racecourse-set event are Dawes, Sustrans, Velo Vision, Lucozade, JD Cycles and Islabikes.

The show takes place on the weekend of June 19th and 20th, and features a number of attractions for visitors. They include the Trade Show and Exhibition, Arena Events, Catering and Bar, and the CTC National Rally and Camping Weekend. Organised rides ranging from 20 miles to 150km will also take place, as will a zero gravity stunt show, cyclists’ service at the Minster and the Grand Parade through the picturesque city.

The full list of exhibitors already signed up to York Cycle Show includes: Cycle Promotions, JE James Cycles, National Clarion Cycling Club, K2 Trading, Cuba Cycling, Practical Cycles, Scoot Cycling Holidays, Bicycle Books, Company of Cyclists, Velovision, Sustrans, Silver Ray International, Fibrax, JD Cycles, Spokeshirts, North Yorks County Council, Islabikes, TJ Cycles, Dawes Cycles and Lucozade Sport.

To join the growing list, visit the exhibitors’ information page at Alternatively, contact show secretary John Taylorson at or by telephone on 07765 070120.

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