This year?s Cycle Show kicks off on Friday October 6 at ExCeL London and Cycling Weekly will be there.

In past years the show has been a great meeting place for fans of the cycling world, as well as a place for folk to brush shoulders with celebrities.

This year, Eddy Merckx (there on Saturday), Bradley Wiggins and Roger Hammond will be making an appearance and there will be plenty of opportunities to get some top bikes dirty with cavorting on a track.

The show offers various activities including regulars like the Duathlon, the commuter test track, and an Onza International trials competition, as well as having more than 120 exhibitors? stands to check out. All bases are covered, with campaign groups offering safety tips, as well as experts from Transport for London being on hand to answer any queries.

The event organisers have also provided some new activities for Cycle Show veterans in need of something different.

Show director Mick Bennett said: ?Each year we aim to make the show a different and more enjoyable experience for visitors. We listen to feedback and this year we have added a bigger trials area following suggestions we got last year.?

If you fancy getting behind the scenes in a television environment, the studio will feature daily interviews from cycling legends, celebrities of the cycling world and other special guests. For those feeling a bit more energetic and fancy testing their skills against the clock, the Tacx racing challenge offers riders the chance to do classic Tour de France stages and other courses.

CW will be handing out I Support Drug Free Sport wristbands and offering you the chance to win a bike and some signed pro kit.

ExCeL London is situated on Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL. Three Docklands Light Railway stations adjoin the venue. Adult tickets cost £10 (advance), or £12 on the door; £1 for under-16s.

Tickets and further information:

2006 Exhibitors
2 Pure Ltd
2007 Grand Départ London 2007
5312 Bianchi
Action Medical Research
Active Sports ApS
Airnimal Europe
AMBA Marketing
American Bicycle Group
AS Toys Ltd
Association of Commuter Transport
Association of Cycle Traders
ATB Sales
Aylesbury Training Group
Barclays Business Services
Bear Back Biking
Bike Biz Magazine
Bike It (Sustrans)
Bike Greece
Birdy Folding Bikes (Encyclopedia Ltd)
British Triathlon
Bromley Bike Company
Brompton Bicycle Ltd
Cyclepods Ltd
Chain Reaction Cycles
Chicken & Sons
Chris Cave Imports Ltd
Condor Cycles
Cube Bikes Netherlands
Cycle Aid (Assist) Ltd
Cycle Northern Ireland
Dahon (Fisher Outdoor Leisure PLC)
Dainese UK Ltd
Dillglove Ltd
Dirt MTB Magazine
DWheelie Trick Trike
Enjoy Your Bike
Evans Cycles
Exelite Industries (UK) Ltd
Exodus Travels Ltd.
Extra UK Ltd
E-Z UP Europe B.V.
Fibrax Ltd
Fisher Outdoor Leisure Plc
Flipside Magazine
Future Publishing
Garmin Europe Ltd
Glow Safe Ltd
Graham Baxter Sporting Tours
Honey Stinger
Hope Technology
Human Race
Ingenuiti Ltd (Trigon)
Innoverce Products
IPC magazines
Italy Bike Hotels
Jim Walker & Company Ltd
Jolly Wear Ltd
Kalas Sportswear Ltd
Kool-Stop Europe bv
Les Stables
Leukaemia Research
Likeabike UK
London Cycling Campaign
Lyon Equipment Ltd
Maxxraxx Trading Ltd
Mayhem UK Ltd (A-Bike)
Mission Cycles
Molten Rock Cycles
Moore Large & Co Ltd
Mosquito Bikes
MTB Distribution
Muddy Fox
National Blood Service
Nazran (PVT) Ltd
Nemesis GB
PAF Systems
Paligap Lifestyle Products
Pashley Cycles
Pauls Custom Cycles
Pinnacle Bikes
Projectleeds Ltd
Rapha Racing Ltd
Red Spokes
Riccione Bike Hotels
Riding High UK Ltd
Saddleback Ltd
Scott Sport Ltd
Sigma Sport
Silverfish UK
Singletrack Magazine
Solehre Brothers Industries
Solent UK Ltd (Windwave)
Specialized UK Ltd
Sporting Destination Ltd
St John Street Cycles
Sub-4 Ltd
Surf Sales UK
Suunto – Amer Sports UK Ltd
The Tandem Experience
Top Grade Badge Co
Torq Limited
Tour of Britain
Town and Country Insurance Services
Tri UK Inc
Ultimate Sports Engineering
Upgrade Bikes Ltd
Velorbis Ltd
W.L. Gore & Associates
Weldtite Products Ltd