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The move to Reno failed to buck the trends and, as number fell yet again, the show had to close. Emerald have promised to bring back Interbike for 2020 but, having lost most of its management staff, thereâ€™s no telling what it may look like. So what does this mean for the other big cycling trade shows? Letâ€™s take a look through the other shows around the world in the mountain bike world to understand where they may go next.
2018 Exhibitors - 1,400 (+0%)
2018 Attendance - 37,379 (-12%)
Eurobike was moved forward in the calendar to July in 2018 in order to combat online releases of new products. The ideaâ€¦ didnâ€™t work.
The new date clashed with the start of the Tour de France and peak riding season, which spread brands and shops thin. The new date also meant exhibitors had to try and fit a yearâ€™s worth of work into nine months to get themselves ready for Eurobike. (more .... see link above)
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