NZ Cycle Show
If you would like to exhibit your bicycle at the NZ Cycle Show this information should provide you with everything necessary for your successful participation. Registration is online
The NZ Cycle Show is an exhibition of custom and vintage classes of cycle memorabilia and a celebration of all things cycling. It’s open to anyone who would like to show us their cycle.
The NZ Cycle Fest would like to invite cycle enthusiasts to lend their knowledge and techniques for all to discover and exhibit at the NZ Cycle Show.
Local Bike shops are invited to show their latest bikes and collectors will be encouraged to bring their finest cycling brands to form a unique cultural experience.
At NZ Cycle Show, there’s something for cyclists of all ages, abilities and disciplines. Visitors to this unique event can expect to find the kinds of bicycles you dream of. Beautiful custom builds from a range of exhibitors will be on display highlighting the skill and craft that goes into creating a fantastic bike. Classic vintage rebuilds and original pieces from the past.
Saturday 9th – Monday 11th March 2019NZ Cycle Show (Taranaki Anniversary). Open 10am-5pm daily. Where- East End Skating Rink, East End Reserve, Nobs Line, Strandon, New Plymouth 4312.
Wall Space and Stand Exhibitors
Friday 9th March: 1300 – 1900
Friday 8th March: 1300 – 1900
Saturday 9th March: 0815 – 0930
Exhibition Opening Times
Saturday 9th March: 1000 – 1700
Sunday 10th March: 1000 – 1700
Monday 11th March: 1000 – 1700
Please note we require all exhibitors to be on site ready for visitors half an hour before show opens.
Monday 11th March: 1730 – 2000
Exhibitors are reminded that the exhibitor or his contractor must remove any materials scrapped at the end of the exhibition. The removal of all exhibits must be completed by 8.00pm. Property not removed by the end of the breakdown period.
Health and Safety
Exhibitors must ensure that all individuals, companies, exhibits, special features and materials they bring to the exhibition comply with the Health & Safety at Work Act. Exhibitors must ensure that due thought and consideration is given to their own and others health, safety and welfare throughout the event.