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Fisher offers trade a glimpse of Expo highlights

Leading brands unveiling 2009 line-ups at Edgbaston event
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There are just over four weeks to go until the Fisher Expo – and the Hertfordshire distributor has offered a sneak preview of what dealers can expect from the event.

Fisher Expo '09 takes place at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham, from Sunday February 15th to Tuesday February 17th. Retailers are still able to register to attend the event by visiting www.fisherexpo.co.uk.

Key highlights from Fisher Outdoors' supply partners will include:-

Lambretta: The launch of the Lambretta brand, with a special preview of the Lambretta Bike created by Fisher, namely the Li 126.

WTB: The launch of the latest brand added to the Fisher range, covering tyres, saddles and grips.

Rockshock: The BoXXer launch.

MET: The 2009 range of helmets.

Santini: The 2009 fashion and 365 range will be in stock. The Team Replica kits will be available via forward order only. And the AW09 fashion range will be demonstrated.

Bloc: The 2009 range will include new cycle specific styles and stand units.

Maxim: New flavours and a new handy tablet for hydration packs will be unveiled.

Troy Lee: Check out the 2009 range, plus the tee shirt line.

BSpoke: You'll see the launch of a new clothing range, plus POS.

TACX: First look at the new Bushido and the demo of Fortius Google Earth.

VDO: Take a look at the new X-Series.

Masterlock: A new Gold Sold Secure D-Lock will be on show.

Schwalbe: Look out for the new Ultremo R, Rocket Ron, Fat Albert Front and Rear, and Marathon Plus/Extreme.

For further information visit www.fisherexpo.co.uk.

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