Tickets for The Cycle Show now available

170 firms already signed up, with Canyon and Planet X to make debuts
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Tickets for this year's Cycle Show, taking place from September 24th to 27th, are now available to purchase.

Once again beginning with a trade only day, the organisers have signed up 170 exhibitors thus far, with debut appearances from Canyon and Planet X confirmed.

Taking over the Birmingham NEC, the show will host a full fixture of men’s, women’s and junior cyclocross races and the return of Sam Pilgrim invitational dirt-jumping contest. There will also be a series of cycling seminars with industry insiders and cycle stars on the main stage.

The cyclocross racing will be held on Saturday 26th September and this time around includes elite men and elite women’s races, as well as men’s, women’s and junior amateur races. The events, organised by Just Ride, will start and finish inside the show, with a bigger course extending outdoors into the woodlands of the NEC grounds. 

Among the distributors confirmed for the exhibition there's ATB Sales, Madison, Moore Large, Windwave, Extra UK, Chicken Cyclekit, i-Ride, Upgrade, Fli, Silverfish and Bob Elliot,

Early bird rates are available until Sunday May 31st at Genuine trade members are once again granted free entry with proof of ID.

An adult ticket is currently priced at £10.50 offering an additional £3 saving when the promotional code EB1 is entered, while the price for two adult tickets is £19 with the promotional code EB2. Thereafter, adult tickets will be priced at £13.50 per person when booked online in advance, while children aged 14 and under can attend for just £1.50 each. Children aged 5 and under go free. Concession prices are also available to students and those over 65.

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