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Cycle Show 2023 opens tomorrow in London - come and visit the Cytech stand over the weekend

Posted on in Cycles News, Outdoor News

Cycle ShowCytech will be exhibiting at the show on all days on stand G670.

Celebrating 20 years, and their second year at the iconic Alexandra Palace, The Cycle Show takes place between Friday 21st April and Sunday 23 April 2023.

Cytech Workshop

Joining Cytech will be Activate Cycle Academy, Spokes People and members of the ACT team to talk about all thing bike mechanics training and careers in the industry.

Here's a quick run down of what Cytech and co. will be offering at the show:

 

Seminars

This year's seminar theatre will have an adventure travel theme, where Lee from Spokes People will be delivering a talk each day around the subject of preparation for those long trips being planned throughout the year, essentials to take with you and maintenance tips for keeping the bike going if you get stuck in the middle of nowhere.

The talks will take place on the Adventure Theatre in the Great Hall and last around 30 minutes. The times over the weekend are:

  • Friday 21st – 1.15pm
  • Saturday 22nd – 1.15pm
  • Sunday 23rd – 10.30am

 

Competition

Cytech competitionCytech will be running their 'Guess the number of tyre levers' competition with 2 chances to win a Cytech home mechanic course (or £300 of another Cytech practical course)! To be in with a chance of winning, visit the team on stand G670, fill in the entry form with your guess and keep your fingers crossed!

 

Save on the Theory one online course

Cytech theory one promo

Cytech courses encompass the basics of cycle mechanics right through to dealing with the most advanced and high-tech components and parts, demonstrating competency and commitment to continued development and improvement.

The Cytech journey starts with Theory one and getting qualified to this minimum is key for those wanting to look after theie own bikes, and also every cycle trade employee no matter what their role within in their respective business.

Alongside the show Cytech are offering £50 off the Theory one course, just use the code CS23 on the payment review stage. Expires 30/04/2023.

 

Save £50 on Theory one now

 

Part of the cycle trade?

UK-based IBDs and online retailers can register for a FREE pass and attend The Cycle Show's grand opening on Friday 21 April. Your pass will allow entry on any day, but dealers attending Friday will get special access to the VIP lounge for complimentary teas and coffees.

Register for your free trade pass here.

Please note your registration may take a few days to be approved. Registrations from non-retailers will not be approved.

If you are a member of the UK bike trade but not a retailer you can save 20% on tickets to the show using code TRADE20.

 

Get tickets now

 

See you at the show!

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