Bike and Triathlon show starts to take shape

February exhibition to take over Manchester Central on the 16th and 17th
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Following on from the launch of a dedicated website, the Bike and Triathlon show's organisers have told BikeBiz visitors won't be short of things to do and see come February.

First off, smaller businesses are now catered for by a dedicated small business exhibitor pricing package, details of which are available via the contact at the base of this article.

Both British Cycling and British Triathlon are strongly behind the show and will be attending in force.

Rollapaluza have also confirmed and will be bringing their own brand of fun cycle entertainment to the event whilst Look Mum No Hands will be taking care of the catering on site. The famous London cycle café will be taking their unique offering of the best, cyclist friendly food and drink to the northern audience for the first time.

Shoretrax will also be on hand with their wooden MTB and BMX tracks, so that young and old alike can try out the latest bikes on a fun and challenging course.

“This is just the beginning’ says Event Director Colin Gale. “We have some great surprises lined up over the coming weeks. In terms of content, the Bike and Triathlon Show will be a very attractive and strong proposition for bike and tri fans of all ages and experience levels”

“We are also now starting to see more and more exhibitors signing up and space is beginning to go fast, so please get in touch to grab yourself a piece of the action,” he concludes.

More information on the Bike and Triathlon Show can be found at www.bikeandtri.co.uk or via the Twitter feed @bikeandtri.

If you would like to attend the event as an exhibitor or just find out more as to how the show can help your company, please call Aaron Dombey on 01923 237799 or email him at adombey@hamerville.co.uk

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