See all the latest at Sydney's Bike & Lifestyle Show
The biggest cycling expo in Sydney is back this year and better than ever, featuring all the latest products and accessories for cyclists to get excited about.
Held at the Sydney Showgrounds from October 18-20, the Bike & Lifestyle show is also aligned with the Spring Cycle and the Festival of Cycling at the Olympic Park. This triple-hit promises to be a haven of cycling products, services and news for any biker.
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All about the expo
This is the third year the Bike & Lifestyle Show has been held in Sydney, although 2013 marks the first time the event has been hosted in the Sydney Showgrounds.
Each year, this premier industry event brings together all the latest and greatest from the cycling industry. Here, you can get your fill of sneak peeks at new season launches, the latest biking gear available and more.
"Held at the Sydney Showgrounds from October 18-20, the Bike & Lifestyle show is also aligned with the Spring Cycle and the Festival of Cycling at the Olympic Park. "
In 2013 the show will feature cycling and multisport brands and accessories, education and entertainment categories, lifestyle, health and nutrition information to help you be the best cyclist you can be.
This year the Bike & Lifestyle Show coincides with Sydney's Spring Cycle, an annual bike ride through the city that takes riders past all of its best attractions and views. The event starts in North Sydney and continues across the Harbour Bridge, with around 10,000 cyclists taking part each year.
Some of the key exhibitors at the show this year include Subaru, Cell Bikes, Cycle Tours Global, Craft, AustCycle and much more.
According to Cycling Australia Commercial Director Michael Edgley, the show's relocation this year has a variety of benefits.
"The partnership in October with Sydney Olympic Park's Festival of Cycling and the Spring Cycling brings an all new scale and scope to our show, offering a much more effective setting for brands, distributors, retailers and consumers to engage in a world class cycling community environment," Mr Edgley said in a statement.