Cycling Australia’s inaugural Bike & Lifestyle Show is on at Sydney’s Royal Hall of Industries in Moore Park.
Opening day is THIS Friday, July 22, which will be a big one, as they fire up for the huge SBS Tour de France Live Site for the iconic Alpe d’Huez stage.
Doors open at 10am and will stay open into the early hours of Saturday morning as they call on all to come down and Yell for Cadel. The show remains open 10am-6pm on both Saturday and Sunday.
A first of its kind in Australia, the SBS Tour de France Live Site includes a full bar, ensuring the hall will be jumping as Cadel inches closer to glory.
Whether your ride is on two wheels, four wheels, slick, fixed or racing wheels, with in excess of 40 exhibitors covering all sectors of the industry, there’s plenty for you to see and do.
Shimano will be onsite with several pro tour bikes including rides from Rabobank (GIANT), Leopard Trek (TREK), HTC Highroad (SPECIALIZED) and you can also take a sneak peak at Australian pro-team aspirants GreenEDGE and their Scott bike.
While there’s plenty of parking and public transport options, why not get in the saddle and take advantage of their complimentary bike valet presented by MyBikeRego.
There’s also plenty of education on offer at the show in Velosophy’s Mechanics Alley, featuring tutorials and Q & As with mechanic Marian Mico all the way from Bratislava.
Tickets are available now from Ticketek or at the door.
For more info, including a full event schedule, visit www.bikeshow.org.au
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