TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The physical exhibitions of the 2021 Taipei Cycle and Taipei International Sporting Goods Show (TaiSPO), which were originally slated to take place March 3-6, have been postponed due to pandemic concerns, while the virtual versions will proceed as planned, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) announced in a press conference on Wednesday (Feb. 24).
The virtual exhibitions, TAIPEI CYCLE Online and TaiSPO Online, will last for one month, beginning on March 3. They will enable buyers around the world to see virtual presentations of exhibits, interact with exhibitors, and participate in various virtual activities, such as procurement meetings and forums.
More than 300 exhibitors and brands will participate in the virtual shows, including well-known bicycle brands Merida and Giant, bicycle assembler Ideal Bike Corp, chain manufacturer KCM International Inc, bicycle component makers SRAM Corp and Shimano Inc, as well as fitness equipment manufacturers Dyaco International Inc and Johnson Health Tech. Co.
Electric scooter manufacturer Gogoro, which has crossed over into making bicycles, will also join the virtual show.