Taipei International Cycle Show

Conservative Majority vs Innovative Minority – No Middle Ground in Bicycle Design?

Bike Biz has just published an overview of the recent Taipei Cycle. The general idea is that trends are being reflected, not established, in keeping with the conservative nature of these sorts of trade shows. There are a few aspects to this. One very important one is commercial. For example with regards to some new models …

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Innovative Products Competition Revisited: Taipei International Cycle Show 2011

There’s been a few more photo additions to the post on the IBDC Excellent and Merit award winners re Bihandy since the original post was published. This will give some more context on how it is supposed to work. In a post before the show I previewed a range of award winners from each of …

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15th International Bicycle Design Competition Winners and Awards – Taipei Cycle

A few hours ago the award ceremony for the winners of the 15th IBDC took place. (WordPress is being really difficult so the photos and texts might display untidily). All fine now. The Gold Award went to Marco Mainardi’s Aria for which he received € 12,500. There is a lot to discuss about this. It will have …

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Taipei Cycle – Show Preview & The Show Daily

The Taipei Show Preview is a handy overview of what will be happening across the four days along with a glimpse of a variety of innovations including: – Kalloy Industrial’s OSC process to deliver lighter weight bar and stem. – Wellgo’s Modular shock absorbing pedals. – Sha-Dar’s new MEGA-LITE SS light-weight spoke. – Kind Shocks’ new …

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