The show has expanded into another hall at the NEC which means the freestyle dirt jumping contest will get its own space along with a new eMTB track where you can try out a selection of battery assisted off-road bikes.
The extra space also means the retail area of the show is getting bigger with more clothing and accessories available to buy. Plus, the additional space means that there’ll be loads more new bikes and the latest kit to look at too.
Brand new to this year's show is a new women’s cycling theatre hosted by VeloVixen alongside their retail pop-up shop.
So here’s the good news – tickets are now on sale! And here’s even more good news – ticket prices have been frozen for another year!
This year, we’re pleased to announce that Cycle to Work Day will be running on Love to Ride. We have 7 fantastic cycling challenges for you to take part in.
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To help unlock the many benefits of the bicycle, Love to Ride are running a fun competition to get more people cycling.