Bike Show

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29 - 31 March • 2019 Excel London • The UK's largest cycling exhibition • Suitable for all

Show Opens Tomorrow

We look forward to seeing you at the Show!

Sir Chris Hoy will be opening the Show for us again this year

The 2018 London Bike Show opens tomorrow and we have a cracking line-up of special guests confirmed for Day One.

Get down early and see Sir Chris Hoy, Lizzie Deignan and Britain’s newest World Champion Ben Tulett open the Show at 10:00, before listening to each of them in the Performance Theatre throughout the day.

The Performance Theatre also welcome former Tour de France Mountain Classification winner Philippa York, formerly known as Robert Millar; Martin Johnson OBE, Matt Barbet, Jon Ridgeon and Mandy Moore - who will be revealing the course the new Vélo South sportive as part of their Official Launch, plus very special surprise guests from Atherton Racing! 

View the full Performance Theatre timetable here.

Add to that over 300 brands showcasing the latest bikes, clothing and accessories, high flying demos from the Air to the Throne competitors and much more - it promises to be an awesome day out! 

Not able to make it until the weekend? Don’t worry! As we move into the weekend more special guests will be joining us, whilst the Air to the Throne competition kicks off promising spectacular action from some of the world’s best freestyle mountain bike riders.

Not got your tickets yet? Thursday February 22 presents the last chance to book at our ‘Advance’ prices - so book today and save before the prices go up! 

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Whether you’re on the lookout for a new bike, advice or some inspiration ahead of the 2019 season, don't miss out on the London Bike Show.

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When? 29-31 March, 2019

Where? ExCel, London

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