The COREbike trade show is returning to Whittlebury Hall from 27th to 29th January 2019, and registration is open now for cycle retailers and members of the bike press.
Chris Holman from the organising team said: “The snow on the opening day of the last COREbike certainly didn’t deter dealers from attending and it was fantastic to have the highest-ever attendance for the show once everything was done and dusted.
“COREbike is clearly well up there as one of the most important dates in the trade calendar for bike shops and the press, and speaking on behalf of all the brands at the show, we’re very grateful to see so many of them making the effort to come to Whittlebury.”
This year’s COREbike also welcomes several new exhibitors with Velobrands, Lyon Equipment, Bergamont and Syncros joining the line-up for the first time.
Jake Gray, marketing manager for Scott Sports, said: “We are proud to be debuting both Syncros and Bergamont Bikes at COREbike 2019.
“Syncros is a premium components and accessories brand, focused on precision construction and innovation.
“With a large and illustrious history, the passion that has driven the brand through the years has never changed.
“Alongside Syncros will be Bergamont Bikes, designed in St.Pauli and offering an extensive range of straight-forward, no-nonsense bikes boasting heritage, attitude and passion.
“The COREbike display for 2019 includes the Design and Innovation award-winning Grandurance, a number of Mountain Bikes fit for natural-born hillers and class-leading urban/ e-bikes that are helping to shape a change in mobility.”
Moore Large has increased its presence at Whittlebury with a new marquee space, and also returning after a year’s absence is EBC, who will be back at COREbike with the full line-up of EBCO bikes, and Corratec.
All cycling retailers and members of the press are welcome to register now.
Whittlebury Hall Hotel