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ExpoCycle is having a Public Day on Sept. 8

Via a Press Release from ExpoCycle:

For the first time ever, ExpoCycle is opening its doors to the public! Join us on September 8th at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto, ON and get a sneak peek at the 2013 bikes and gear you’ll find in your favourite bike shops next year.

*Products are not available for purchase on Public Day. Visit your nearest bicycle retailer to make your purchases.

Some of the most innovative and exciting names in the industry will be on hand, revealing the future directions of their brands and for the first time ever, we can share it with YOU.

Visitors will have unprecedented access to more than 2,000 new products from over 800 brands. Manufacturers and distributors, large and small, from around the world will showcase the very latest in bike industry design and technology, discussing recent additions, alterations and modifications to their product lines. Attendees will have access to expert information and advice, and may even be able to share their passion for the sport with some of the best cyclists in the world.

This year ExpoCycle will introduce a number of new and exciting features on Public Day. Features taking place this year include:

  • BMX/Trials Demo Presentation Zone – Demonstrations by Extreme Athlete Trevor Bodogh and the Ten Pack BMX Team
  • Valet Bike Parking – Valet bike parking will be made available to ExpoCycle attendees and consumers on the Public Day.
  • Wheelie Kool Kids Zone – kids can test ride bikes on a course designed with obstacles and stunts to ride over and around, this course is a sure hit for the 10 and under crowd.
  • Fashion Show: “Bikes a la Mode” – To celebrate the vibrant coast-to-coast city cycling culture in Canada, Momentum Mag and BTAC are bringing a city-style bicycle fashion show to ExpoCycle.
  • And much more!

Get your Public Day pass here or pick one up from your local bike shop.

 

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