Last year's Cycle Show was the biggest in its 16 year history, hosting a record-breaking number of bike companies and welcoming over 29,000 bike-loving visitors over four days. The 2018 version will be even bigger with a new hall added for the dirt jumping contest and extra space for even more stands.
New among the 283 bike companies at the show in 2017 were CSG (with GT, Fabric and Charge), Hunt Wheels, Canyon, Schwalbe, PlanetX, Light Blue, Surly, Oakley, Lapierre, Yeti, Mason and NukeProof. They joined an amazing line-up of brands including the likes of Cube, Vitus, Trek, Bianchi, Colnago, Boardman, KTM, Hope, SRAM, Lazer, FSA, De Rosa, Shimano, Cinelli, Kinesis, Ritte, Forme, Time, Primal, Pinarello, Deda, Intense, Mondraker, Rocky Mountain, Condor, Campagnolo, Raleigh and many more.
Once again some of cycling's biggest names came to the show with Richie Porte, Jens Voigt, Merkel Irizar, Stephen Roche, Sean Kelly and Martyn Ashton among the star names dropping by the NEC.