Taipei Cycle Show organizers quietly seek guidance on future show dates

TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — The organizers behind the Taipei Cycle Show are quietly surveying exhibitors about whether to move the show — traditionally held in March — to either October or November next year. However, if TAITRA were to make such a move next year, exhibitors may have to attend two shows — the 2017 Taipei Cycle Show already scheduled for March 22-25 at the Nangang Exhibition Center, and a second show later in the year.

Taipei Cycle set for another sold-out edition; D&I Award winners honored

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Although Taipei Cycle has been displaced by Taichung Bike Week as the premier OE spec show, the March expo remains an important event for international distributors to get a jump on next-model-year aftermarket product — and exhibit space is once again sold out. More than 1,100 companies in more than 3,000 booths have eaten up all available space at Nangang Exhibition Hall as well as at TWTC Hall 1, the show’s former venue near the Taipei 101 skyscraper

TAITRA to honor 57 products with design awards at Taipei show

TAIPEI (BRAIN) — The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taiwan Bicycle Association have selected the nearly 60 winners of its Design and Innovation in cycling contest. A panel of judges narrowed down the winners from 209 submissions hailing from 15 countries

Canadian company targets North American e-bike market with new model

VANCOUVER, BC, Canada (BRAIN) — Canadian electric bike manufacturer OHM Cycles is developing a new model aimed at the developing North American market for electric bikes. OHM will show the new Urban XU450 E2 electric bike at the Taipei International Cycle Show later this month. The bike was developed with the U.S

Industry swarms Taiwan for Taipei Cycle show

TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) Mar 5 2012 9:16 PM MT— Taipei’s international airport bustled with industry folks flying in from the U.S.

Europeans expand presence at Taipei Cycle

BRUSSELS, Belgium (BRAIN)—European manufacturing trade group Coliped is planning its biggest presence ever at Taipei Cycle in March. In its 20th year, Coliped will host 34 exhibitors, including 10 newcomers, in 97 booths