Smart Cycling Through the 31st Edition of TAIPEI CYCLE

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The 31st TAIPEI CYCLE was held 31st October through 3rd November at the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Nangang Exhibition Hall 1 and Exhibition Hall 3, with total booths numbered 3,250. 22.3% of the 1,150 exhibitors representing 37 countries came from abroad, including returning Japan and European (CONEBI) pavilions, as well as first-time Korean and Italian pavilions, the results of intense effort to promote the Show by overseas offices of the organizer, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA). A vast range of complete bicycles, cycling wear and accessories, e-bikes, and smart cycling applications were featured.

High-end R&D and Manufacturing

Leaders in the Taiwan cycling industry, such as Giant, Merida, Kenda, KMC, Alex Global, participated alongside other Taiwan assembly and parts and components companies, demonstrating their strength in high-end research and development and manufacturing.

International exhibitors also unveiled their latest offerings, including Singaporean App developer Velodash, German mechatronics manufacturer Rockmando, top bicycle rack manufacturer Thule from Sweden, complete bicycle manufacturers Hilltecks from France and Greyp Bike from Croatia.

Additionally, international visitors from every corner of the globe including China, Japan, the USA, Korea, Germany, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and Australia traveled all the way to Taipei for the prestigious event. Malaysia has been one of the top 10 visitors, verifying that the cycling community in the country is expanding.

TAIPEI CYCLE+ Launch

TAIPEI CYCLE launched TAIPEI CYCLE+, introducing IoT (Internet of Things) and smart applications technologies from cross-over and startup companies, and infusing innovative capabilities into the development of the global cycling industry. Other than that, 128 companies including cross-overs such as MPS, BRYTON, CYQLO, ENERMAX, CNEZ, and SHUTTER joined TAIPEI CYCLE+.

Taipei Cycle Forum

Another highlight of this year’s Show was the Taipei Cycle Forum, which expanded to two days, running Thursday and Friday (1st & 2nd November). Experts from different fields from Taiwan and other countries shared in person and tackled such trending issues as e-bike trends and design; the EU’s anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese-made e-bikes; smart manufacturing, and e-mobility. All the real cases were worth our attention to understand and change the information into the power to move cycling industry forward.

Taipei Cycle Demo day

The 2nd TAIPEI CYCLE DEMO DAY was held at Hua Zhong Campsite one day before the opening of the Show. Buyers and the general public alike had the opportunity to test ride new models from over 40 brands by 25 companies from 6 countries, including e-bikes and mountain bikes.

Introduction and adaptation of new technologies have driven industry growth, including the rise of e-bikes, integration of mechatronics, and IoT. Taiwan has capitalized on its competitive advantage in integrating information and communications technology and precision manufacturing and seized the opportunities in smart riding as the global industry transforms.

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2018 Taipei Cycle Demo Day

2018 Taipei Cycle d&i awards Press Conference

2018 Taipei Cycle Day 1

2018 Taipei Cycle Day 2

2018 Taipei Cycle Day 3

See you at TAIPEI CYCLE 2019!

Show Dates: 27th – 30th March 2019

Venues: Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 (4F) and Hall 2

Scale: 1,050 exhibitors, using 3,100 booths

Highlights:

  • First international cycling trade show in the calendar year.
  • Concurrently held with professional cycling event – Tour de Taiwan
  • Concurrently held with TaiSPO, creating a one-stop platform for all sporting goods

2019 New Pavilions

Light Electric Vehicles (LEV) & Electric Systems

  • Light Electric Vehicles (LEV)
  • Motors and Transmission
  • Battery
  • Electric Control System
  • E-bike Components and Parts

Smart Cycling Pavilion

  • IoT Applications
  • Mobile Devices
  • Cycling Applications
  • Cloud System and Big Data Applications

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