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WIN tickets to the London Bike Show!

| Blog, Features, Fuel, What Mountain Bike | 29/11/2011 11:07am

The London Bike Show will return to the ExCeL Centre over 12-15 January 2012 bigger and better than ever – and we’ve arranged an exclusive discount for What Mountain Bike readers (read on for more info). Not only that, but we’ve got 10 pairs of tickets for WMB readers to win, too!

For a chance to enter, simply log onto and answer the question. The first ten correct entries after the closing date of 20th December will get the tickets. Good luck!

The London Bike Show (Jan 12-15) is at Excel, in London's Docklands

So what can you expect from the show this time around? Well, organisers have signed up double the number of exhibitors found at the inaugural show, so there should be even more of the latest bikes and kit on display – and available to buy.

The Animal Bike Tour will return for more jaw-dropping trials demos and the show will host London’s first ever international indoor bike polo tournament. Cycling experts and celebrities will take to The Cycling Stage, and there will be plenty of things to drool over on The Cool Wall.

The London Bike Show 2012 takes place from 12-15 January 2012 at ExCeL in London’s Docklands. It’s held alongside The Outdoors Show, The Active Travel Show and the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show, and tickets are valid for entry to all four events. So if you want to watch wakeboarding, then have a go at bouldering, then swoop by and pick up a discounted tent, ogle with incredulity the latest super yachts, and then take some shiny new bikes for a spin then you can. Bargain.

Adult tickets cost £20 on the door or £16 in advance, but What Mountain Bike readers can buy them for just £12 by entering the offer code ‘BIKE’ on the booking page (please note: the offer is subject to a £1.95 transaction fee). To book or find out more details, visit

Exhibitors confirmed so far include 2Pure (Crank Brothers, Ibis), ATB Sales (Marin, Whyte, Wilier), Bromley Bike Co (Yeti, Cielo), Brompton, Chicken Cycles (Campagnolo, Cinelli, Time), Endura, Extra UK (Intense, Easton, Fizik), Giant, Hope, Madison (Shimano, Cervelo, Genesis, Saracen, Ridgeback), Polaris, Rose, Surf Sales (Transition, Dakine), Trek, Upgrade (DMR, Kinesis, Lezyne) and many more.


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