Bikes, brands and launches at The Bike Show 2004

The Bike Show, which opens its doors next Friday (16 April) at The NEC, Birmingham, will be crammed

The Bike Show, which opens its doors next Friday (16 April) at The NEC, Birmingham, will be crammed full of bikes, brands, parts and accessories including exciting launches and products new to the UK.

Highlights at the 2004 event will include the exclusive launch of the Muddy Fox range of 2004 bikes, a first view of the new RC30 suspension form from Pace Cycles and new bikes from Pashley. TT Designs are launching a new carbon fibre road frame under the brand Whisper Bikes, plus The Bike Show gives consumers the first official opportunity to test the re-launched Raleigh Chopper retro classic. The show also boasts FujI Bikes as a first time exhibitor in the UK and a rare chance to see European brands Massi and Commencal.

In all The Bike Show 2004 will showcase over 200 brands from the biggest names in cycling including Airborne, Commencal, Cove, Diamondback, Fuji, FSA, Kona, Litespeed, Merlin, Moots, Mountain Cycle, Muddy Fox, Orange, Regal, Santa Cruz, Scott USA, Tomac, Turner, Yeti plus leading components from the likes of Azonic, Foes, Hope, Intense, Michelin and Pace.

All this coupled with masses of live action, World Champion riders competing in every discipline and new interactive areas including a north shore style Outdoor Technical Trail where visitors can try out their dream hardtail or full suspension mountain bike.

Whatever your cycling interest, The Bike Show is guaranteed to fire you up for the summer.

There is still time to book in advance for just £13, which includes a guaranteed seat in the Diamondback Race Track grandstand. Tickets cost £15 on the door. Access All Areas Showguide / Pass just £5 extra.
Call 0870 902 0444 or book online at

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