IPC Media, owners of the UK’s market leading cycling titles Cycling Weekly, Cycling Active, Cycle Sport and Cycling Fitness, are pleased to announce a new Road Cycling Show for the South East at Sandown Park in Esher on the weekend of 21-22 April 2012.
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IPC Media Ltd has teamed up with TCR Shows Ltd, organisers of the Triathlon Show and the Running Show, to create a new cycle show for Greater London and the South East. Taking place at Sandown Park in Esher, Surrey over the weekend of 21-22 April 2012, the Road Cycling Show aims to plug the gap in the market for a purely road orientated cycle show.
Whether you are into sportives, time trials, road racing, or simply want more advice on commuting to work, the show will offer cyclists plenty of information, advice and demos on all aspects of road related cycling.
The show will be a mix of trade and retail and the organisers are working with manufacturers, distributors and retailers to offer visitors the chance to see, test and buy the key models from many ranges. Seminars with some of the country’s top riders and cycle industry experts will also be taking place throughout the weekend as well as a focus on grass roots cycling in the Club area.
The organisers have been working with the cycling industry on many aspects of the show and more details will be announced very shortly.
Keith Foster, Publishing Director for IPC Media’s Cycling titles: “We’re very pleased and excited to launch this show. With the huge growth in cycling in the UK, especially London, we feel the time is right to take this opportunity. Feedback from the industry has been very positive and we look forward to working with TCR and the cycling industry, in creating the best road cycling specific show in the UK.”
David Townsend, TCR Shows Director is equally excited about the show, “Sandown Park is the ideal location for the Road Cycling Show as it’s less than 30 minutes from Central London and literally on the doorstep of the Surrey Hills. It is on the route of both the Olympic Time Trial and Road Race so is firmly on the road cycling map. It has great facilities for exhibitors and public alike, as proven by our other shows at the venue, and we’ve got plenty of exciting features which promise to make this an excellent day out.”
For more information on the Road Cycling Show please visit www.roadcyclingshow.com