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Taipei Cycle on track for online only event

The international cycle show in Taiwan, the Taipei International Cycle Show, will be completely different than ever before. Show organiser TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) announced that the physical show for next March has been postponed until further notice. Taipei Cycle Online takes place as scheduled between March 3 – 31, 2021.

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An online show is probably not the same as meeting people face-to-face for doing business, but the online application developed for Taipei Cycle offers many new features to discover the latest developments in the industry. 

“Taipei Cycle’s first online show is supported by key industry players such as Merida, Giant, Ideal Bike, KMC, SRAM and Shimano who will participate in the online edition,” organiser TAITRA confirmed in a press release. It offers industry professionals the ability to find business opportunities for the global market despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.  


Over 231 exhibitor booths will be on display at Taipei Cycle Online, including renowned international operating companies. These come from 18 countries across the world, such as Italy, Japan, Denmark and the UK.

Access Taipei Cycle Online here

  • Search and browse products online
  • Exhibitors display their products in virtual halls and booths.
  • Network platform for arranging, scheduling and holding business meetings
  • Live stream events and recordings of Taipei’s physical event, including the Fashion Show, Cycle Salon, and an online forum to discuss industry insights.


Registration is now open and free-of-charge.

New features in online event  

The online event will kick off on March 3, allowing international buyers to participate remotely using the new online platform. Taipei Cycle Online will run through until 31st March, much longer than the physical event than a physical ever did. The online event features multiple options to get in contact with other visitors and allows for 1-on-1 meetings as well as 1-on-many.

Taipei Cycle Online offers many new features to discover the latest developments

Soft goods in the spotlight  

For the Fashion Show at Taipei Cycle, the organisers have stated that they will recruit local and international apparel brands and manufacturers to showcase their products alongside cycling accessories on stage. This will add a soft goods touch to Taipei Cycle which has historically been more focused on hardware such as components, bicycles, and drive systems. The forum called ‘Beyond Exercise’ will address topics including smart applications, industry trends, and the changing sales channels and marketing tactics for the post-pandemic era.  

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 The Taipei Cycle Online exhibition is easily accessible via:  

Taipei Cycle d&i awards

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