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The Cycle Show is this month and Cyclist has discounted tickets

Cyclist magazine
6 Sep 2018

The best bikes, accessories and pros will be showcased at the NEC Cycle Show latest this month

Cyclist has teamed up with The Cycle Show to offer you discounted tickets for the UK's biggest cycling showcase at the end of this month.

Help yourself save a few quid before visiting the cycling show that takes place at the NEC Birmingham between Friday 28th and Sunday 30th September. Just use the code 'CYCLIST' on the ticket site found here to receive a price of £12.55 as opposed to £14.55 in advance, gaining you entry to one of three show days.

The NEC Cycle Show will bring together its usual mix of 300 exhibitors, 500 brands and multiple guest speakers to give the public the opportunity to see the latest bikes and accessories that have been released over the past year.

For many, it will be the first chance for punters to see the latest 2019 bike models from the world's biggest bike brands including Canyon, Cannondale and Colnago. 

You will also be given the chance to test ride some of these bikes as well as electric bikes and  MTBs on the free test tracks with special show deals being offered for those looking to buy some of the latest gear.

Kids have also been catered for with two specific youth tracks and a fleet of Cube and Islabikes kids bikes giving them a chance to hone their bike skills but ask advice and questions of experts.

Confirmed to be making a special appearance at the Cycle Show this year will be Katusha-Alpecin duo, Marcel Kittel and home favourite Alex Dowsett, who will be talking about life in the WorldTour peloton and their experiences of winning some of the world's biggest races.

They will also be joined multiple Olympic gold medalist Joanna Rowsell Shand, BMX World Champion Shanaze Reade and professional freeride mountain biker, Sam Pilgrim, who will be showcasing some of his freestyle talents at the Extreme Bike Battle on the Sunday.

New riders will also be given the chance to sample the New2Cycling Hub which will provide help, advice and know-how on how to become an expert cyclist ready to take on the open road.

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