Join us at The Cycle Show, 13 – 15 September 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham for the UK’s biggest and most exciting cycling show.
See and compare the latest bikes from cycling’s biggest brands; grab a bargain on the latest must-have accessories and kit; be inspired by cycling legends, Olympians and Paralympians including; Sir Chris Hoy, Graeme Obree, Bob Haro, Philip Deignan, Johan Museeuw, Jody Cundy, Adam Blythe, Team Madison Genesis, Roger Hammond, Michael Broadwith, Tracy Moseley, Olly Wilkins and many more!
Plus, there’s free practical help and advice from experts including strength coach Scott Pearson, bike fit pro, Phil Burt and nutritionist Alan Murchison.
With free road, off-road and ebike test tracks offering the you the opportunity to ride the newest models before you buy - it’s an unmissable day-out for cycling fans.
Buy your tickets in advance and save £s on the door! Looking for the ultimate show experience? Treat yourself to a VIP ticket!
For the list of brands exhibiting and the latest show information visit www.cycleshow.co.uk
Due to attend an event with us? We can't wait to welcome you back to our safe and secure venue and reconnect you with the events you love! In preparation for your return, we've made sure our new Venue Protect measures are in place ready for your visit.
Arriving by car? Remember to pre-book your parking to save money and avoid payment queues on the day so you have more time to spend at the event. Pre-pay is available in our standard & disabled public car parks.Book now
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Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport, 3 miles from the NEC offers affordable luxury. Socialise in the Open Lobby, dine in the Marco’s New York Italian restaurant and arrive using the free shuttle service.
When it comes to wining and dining, we naturally wanted to ensure a range of lip-smacking options was always on the menu.