Taipei Cycle Show 2013

So it’s showtime here in Taipei, Taiwan, and the annual cycle show is in full swing. The Taipei Cycle Show can be best described as the business end of the cycle shows and is very much directed at the industry itself. Where companies meet and do their bidding and line up the inventory books for the following year. That doesn’t mean it’s all cloak and dagger though, and there are plenty of things to see.

Some companies are true OEM, some companies the buying public will recognise. I will be focusing mostly on the ones I know we all recognise along with some more interesting stuff. So over the next week I will roll-out more posts with some new or interesting products. For now, here is some general shots of the show (and one of the Cervelo RCA with a very light build of component exotica).

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  • http://bagusgowes.wordpress.com Bagus Abdurrahman Wahid

    How many bicycle brands Taipei Cycle Show 2013?

    • Steve

      Quiz question! I really don’t know, 100’s.


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