London Bike Show Pushed Back To March 2021

London Bike Show pushed back to March 2021

Joe Robinson 27 Apr 2020 July return no longer realistic for show as it pushes back to next spring The London Bike Show will not return until 2021 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, with its venue currently being used as a temporary Nightingale Hospital. The annual bike and triathlon show was scheduled to take place between 5th and 7th March but was postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak and resulting government lockdown. The show's organiser then stated that the show would be pushed back until July. However, since this announcement in March, the host venue of the show, the London Excel Centre, has been temporarily converted into the NHS Nightingale Hospital to help in the fight against coronavirus. Additionally, the financial implications that are affecting the bike industry have forced the show into postponing until the spring of 2021. 'Since making the initial announcement on 12th March that ...

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