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London Bike Show

£18.00 (advance sales)

London Bike Show cruises in this March for a tenth year as the UK’s largest cycling expo. Whether you’re a keen cycling enthusiast or you’re just taking off your stabilisers, you’ll find everything you need and more. As many as 50,000 people are expected at ExCel to check out the latest bikes and accessories and to hear from special guests and cycling experts.

What to see and do at the London Bike Show

The ticket price offers great value for money—there’s no shortage of things to see and do throughout the weekend. From competitions and shows to coaching sessions and test tracks, you’ll find plenty to keep you busy. Of course, you can also just browse the many, many cycle brands in attendence. Shop around for advice, hunt down that prized part you’ve been wanting or drool over model bikes. It’s well worth knowing in advance what you’re going for though—many areas are first-come-first-served—including theatre show seating.

Triathlon

Naturally there’s a lot of crossover for triathlon enthusiasts—so there are a few swimming and running related coaching sessions and talks too. Footwear brand Mizuno will also be on hand to analyse your running gait and suggest your perfect running shoes, free of charge. As a cherry on top, your ticket for the London Bike Show will also grant you access to the London Triathalon show next door. That’s synergy right there.

Tickets for the London Bike Show 2020

You’re best off booking your tickets in advance on the London Bike Show website. Aside from the obvious time saved, you’ll benefit from 10% off on-the-door prices. This year, advance adult tickets are £18.00. Student and OAP tickets are just £10.00 and anyone under the age of 15 goes free.

Getting there

This might sound like a dumb question for cycling enthusiasts, but it’s worth thinking about how you plan to travel to the event. That said, there’s a very good good chance that ExCeL’s 60 cycle racks will be full. Be prepared to lock your bike up and walk a while if you’re planning to sycle in. For public Transport, you’re best off taking the DLR to Custom House or Prince Regent station.

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