Will Taipei Cycle Fully Recover in 2024?

For decades, Taipei Cycle has been one of the top three global cycle expos, along with Eurobike and China Cycle.

The island nation of Taipei was particularly isolated right through covid, with the expo forced to run ‘virtual expos’ online. Even last year when the full expo resumed in person, exhibit and international visitor numbers were still down compared to their pre-covid heights, when typically 200 or more Australian and New Zealand bicycle trade members would attend.

Taipei Cycle 2024 is being held next week, from 6th to 9th March and a review of the exhibitors and floorplan shows two tightly packed halls at the Nangang Exhibition Centre, plus some smaller expo areas elsewhere, with a total of 987 exhibitors.

I’m pleased to say that after a long break, I’ll be returning to Taipei Cycle this year as a guest of TAITRA (the Taiwan External Trade Development Council which is co-organiser of the show along with the Taiwan Bicycle Association).

I’ve heard of quite a few Australians planning to attend, but no doubt there will be many more. So if you’re heading to Taipei Cycle and have a news scoop or would just like to catch up, please contact me there via +61 414 637 886 or phil@thelatzreport.com.au

Look out for a full report in our April newsletter.

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