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April 15/08 9:54 am - Bikes at Toronto Green Living Show 2008


Posted by Editor on 04/15/08
 

Bikes at Toronto Green Living Show 2008
Courtesy BTAC

From April 25th to 27th, the Bicycle Trade Association of Canada (BTAC) will partner with The Green Living Show to offer a new Bike Feature area and Cycling Pavilion jam-packed with presentations, demonstrations and workshops for bicycle enthusiasts.

The Bike Feature, supported by BTAC, will include: a Mountain Bike Trials Stunt Show staring professional mountain biker Ryan Leech; a Bike Track and Trials area where attendees can test drive bikes; helmet fittings with ThinkFirst; and interactive biking workshops with CAN-BIKE instructors.

The Cycling Pavilion, sponsored by BTAC, will showcase bikes and biking products by manufacturers, including Batavus, Chariot Carriers, Fuji, Norco, Opus, Specialized, Trek and Urbanite. Representatives from local and international cycling associations will also be on hand to discuss the latest in biking trends.

WHAT: Bike Feature and Cycling Pavilion at the Green Living Show

WHEN: April 25-27, 2008, 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

WHERE: The Direct Energy Centre - Halls A, B and Heritage Court Exhibition Place, 100 Princes' Blvd.

WHO:

• Ryan Leech, world renowned biker
• Bicycle Trade Association of Canada
• CAN-BIKE (City of Toronto)
• ThinkFirst Foundation of Canada
• Toronto Bicycling Network
• International Mountain Bike Assoc.
• Toronto Cyclists Union
• Sprockids

 


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