Just about every brand and bike company is at the Taipei Cycle Show, even if it’s just to say hello to their suppliers and see what’s new.
Where at many events a media pass can be an all-access golden ticket, nearly the opposite is true at the Taipei Cycle Show. This is a place for business, and the brands only display things they want the whole industry to see – the rest remains hidden behind closed doors, curtained booths and in foam-lined suitcases.
Day two is done and I’ve only just managed to finish browsing the first hall. I’ve got two days and two floors remaining. Stay tuned, there’s plenty more to come.
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