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5 reasons to visit the Cycle Show 2022

The Cycle Show is back at Alexandra Palace in London for 2022 from April 22-24, following 10 years at Birmingham’s NEC. Talks from cycling legends…

Friday, Mar 18

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The Cycle Show is back at Alexandra Palace in London for 2022 from April 22-24, following 10 years at Birmingham’s NEC.

Talks from cycling legends past and present, advice from Shimano Steps and the chance to ride the bikes on show are all included in the admission fee.

The first women’s Paris-Roubaix winner, Lizzie Deignan, leads a star-studded guest line-up.

Specialized, SRAM, Canyon and more of the biggest cycling brands will also be stallholders.

You’ll be able to test out their latest tech, gizmos and equipment, and taste new nutrition products.

A ticket also gets you into the inaugural London ebike Festival, which runs alongside The Cycle Show. 1. New bikes galore

New road bikes on show will include the BMC Roadmachine featuring SRAM’s Force eTap AXS 12-speed groupset, Cannondale’s new Synapse and the Ribble SL R.And there’s more – pore over the Vitus ZX-1 Evo and LIOS Bullet Disc Rival AXS , which both scored 4.5 out of 5 in recent BikeRadar tests.Turning off the tarmac, there’s a stellar mountain bike cast. The Athertons will be speaking, as well as showing off their AM.150 Enduro and AM.200 Enduro bikes.Canyon is bringing the Canyon Spectral , while GT Bicycles and Propain will be in attendance too.BikeRadar Builds is the place to ogle at jaw-dropping frames and vote for your favourite limited-edition two-wheeled creation.Festka, Fat Creations, Forbidden, Cannondale, Cinelli, ENVE, Enigma, Ribble, Spoon Customs, Basso and LIOS are among the brands working on show-stoppers.MBUK will take you on a nostalgia-packed ride down memory lane. The […]

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