London Bike Show 2014 opens this weekend

The 2014 London Bike Show is open to the public from Thursday, February 13 until Sunday February 16

London Bike Show 2014

The 2014 SEAT London Bike Show is open to the public from Thursday, February 13 until Sunday February 16 at ExCel centre, London.

A host of manufacturers will be giving visitors the chance to view some of their 2014 bikes and products for the first time, with exhibitors including Scott, Giant, Boardman, Canyon, Continental, HOY, Schwalbe, Rose Bikes, Muc Off and Kinesis. A retail area will allow people to buy what they see.

In addition to the thousands of shiny products on show, there is also a training hub, trials display, bike test track and a cycling performance theatre with talks by a range of cycling luminaries including Sir Chris Hoy and Jody Cundy MBE.

Tickets to the SEAT London Bike Show also allow you to access three other shows at ExCel running at the same time: the Telegraph Outdoor Adventure Travel Show, the Triathlon Plus Show and the London International Dive Show.

Advance adult tickets cost £16 (£20 on the door), senior and student tickets are priced £13 in advance (£15 on the door) with children under 15 go free.

For more information and ticket booking visit the SEAT London Bike Show website.

Opening Times (public)

Thursday 13 February: 1pm-8pm

Friday 14 February: 10am – 5pm

Saturday 15 February: 9am – 6pm

Sunday 16 February: 9am – 5pm

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