Interbike owner, Emerald Expositions, announced today that the Interbike tradeshow will not take place in September 2019 in Reno as previously scheduled. Instead, the company will research alternative plans for 2020 and beyond, including the opportunity to launch events featuring bicycling and bike-related components within or alongside its various successful, multi-sport trade show franchises.
Interbike today announced further details of the annual Industry Breakfast that it is presenting in conjunction with PeopleForBikes and the National Bicycle Dealers Association on Tuesday Sept. 18, the opening day of the show. Joining the previously announced keynote speaker, John Venhuizen, president and CEO of ACE Hardware, is Tim Blumenthal, president of PeopleForBikes, the nation’s leading bike advocacy organization.
Interbike announced the schedule for the 2018 edition of its Electric Theatre, epowered by Bosch. Now in its fourth year, the educational track for electric bicycle retailers will be held each day of the tradeshow in Hall 3 of the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.
Interbike announced plans for the second installment of its successful retailer education series, The Forum, which will be held each day of the tradeshow in the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. The Forum, presented by eBay and held on the show floor in Hall 2, features retailer-centered educational sessions that are 30 to 40 minutes in length.
Interbike announced the addition of a new featured area of the expo located just outside the door of the Reno Sparks Convention Center, that will incorporate brand booths, The Circuit test track, ePowered by BOSCH, food and beverage options, shaded seating and more.