Irish Cycling Show hits Dublin this weekend

60 exhibitors to fill Dublin's RDS Main Hall
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Promising something for everyone, this weekend's Irish Cycling Show features 60 exhibitors, seminars, a large test track, stunt teams and more.

The show is running in the RDS Main Hall in Dublin, from April 18th to 19th.

According to the floor plan, the biggest exhibitors are Moore Large, Madison, Kona, Trek, Hope and Chain Drivien Cycles while Dare2b, Extra, SealSkinz and Torq are among the others taking space in Dublin.

Last year's show took full advantage of being co-located with stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia and hopes to maintain that momentum this weekend.

2015 List of Exhibitors - As at April 15th 2015

21 Virages


Abbey Chiropractic

An Garda


An Post Cycle Series

Autoline Cycling Insurance

Average Josies Race Around Ireland


AWARE


BalanceBikes


Berg Cycles and Outdoor


ByoCycles


Candy Floss


Chain Driven Cycles


Cool Bike Rack


Cross Rugby Legends


Irish Cycling Advocacy Network


Cycle Sure


Cycling Ireland


Cycling World Ireland Magazine


Dare 2B


DLB Cycles


EducoHealth


ELIVAR - Sports Nutrition

Euro Garden and Home Ltd


EXODUS TRAVEL

EXTRABIKES.ie


Forever B Bright


GALIBIER: Fine Bike Wear

GC Sports

HAPPY HEADBANGERS

Hope Technology

The Hornit


ION Body Armour Ireland


Joe Daly Cycles


Juices By Ginger


KBH Nutrition


KONA Bikes


Kross Bikes


Madison UK


MET and BLUEGRASS

Moore Large


Nuts N Bulk


One 4 All Bikes4Work

PediBal Ltd


PETERSON DISTRIBUTION


PhoneWatch


Poptent.eu


PROJECT 42

Pro Vision Clothing

Pyga Bikes Ireland

Redspokes Adventure Tours

Revive Active


Rockinoggins LLC

Scimitar Sports

Seal Skinz


See . Sense

Silver Tassie Cycles


Stayin' Alive at 1.5

Tannus Tyres 

Todays Cyclist

TORQ

TREK


Triathlon Ireland


Velo Cafe Magasin


Victory Chimp


WAAR

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