Melbourne Bike Show
Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 of September
AUSTRALIA'S ONLY dedicated Bike Industry and Consumer Expo
About the Event
The Melbourne Bike Show is set to be the BIGGEST hybrid industry trade and consumer bike show the country has ever seen. We’re boldly uniting cycling enthusiasts from across the nation, empowering push-bike fanatics and industry titans alike to explore, connect, and immerse in the one thing that binds us all – bikes.
Cycling has universal appeal and requires no further words to bring us all together. From providing vendors with the opportunity to engage curious new customers – whilst connecting consumers to the best bike builders, brands, accessory manufacturers, and cycling-focused services providers from around the globe. The Melbourne Bike Show caters to the huge biking community in ways the industry has never seen before!
With Special Guest Appearances, Exciting Giveaways,
and Electrifying Contests, We’re Building a Buzz
in the Australian Cycling Community.
Biking has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions. Expos and bike trade shows are held every year from France to the USA, attracting fervent fans and vendors alike. In 2022, Australia gets its first taste of the pie thanks to the trailblazing Melbourne Bike Show.
Imagine a local expo where bike devotees and leading bike vendors meet to share their love of the sport. From showcasing the latest innovations to new product presentations, this Australian bicycle expo is on the brink of redefining the industry as we know it while empowering Australia to make its mark in the bicycle arena.
With top-of-the-line displays and passionate cycling culture, we’re uniting consumers, manufacturers, suppliers/distributors, industry buyers and retailers from across the country for a thrill-filled two-day occasion that will unveil the latest innovations, technology, and advancements in the biking realm.
Robbie McEwen AM (Host/MC)
Day 1: Sat, Sep 10th
Robbie McEwen AM is an Australian professional road cyclist. He is a triple winner of the Tour de France’s green jersey classification and at his peak he was considered the fastest sprinter in the world. He last rode for Orica-GreenEDGE on the UCI World Tour in 2012. He competed in the road race at the 1996 Summer Olympics (23rd) and the 2000 Summer Olympics (19th). He was also included on the Australian team for the 1994 UCI Road Cycling World Championship in Italy, and the 2002 UCI Road Cycling World Championship in Belgium where he won a silver medal. McEwen was again selected for Australia at the 2004 Summer Olympics (11th) as part of the road race team.
Day 1: Sat, Sep 10th
Phil Anderson OAM is one of our Australian cycling heroes. He won gold in the 1978 Commonwealth Games, turned pro, and joined the intensely competitive professional European road circuit with a career spanning 16 years and culminating with another Commonwealth gold in 1994, the year of his retirement. Anderson is well known for being the first Australian (and first non-European) to wear the prestigious yellow jersey in the Tour de France. His daring challenge of the French favourite, Bernard Hinault, and his exploits on the road, are stories full of pain, fierce determination and excitement. Ultimately Phil Anderson wore the yellow jersey 11 times and rose to number one in the world.
Day 1: Sat, Sep 10th
Simon’s professional career spanned 14 years and during it amassed an impressive palmarès of over 30 victories including the classics Milan-San Remo and Liège-Bastogne- Liège, two of cycling’s prestigious five one-day monuments. He has led the UCI World rankings on numerous occasions throughout his career, finishing an impressive 3rd in the overall standings in 2014. In the same year, Simon placed 2nd in the UCI World Championships. Simon has represented Australia at two Olympic Games, Beijing 2008 and London 2012, and thirteen UCI World Championships. One of his proudest moments in the sport, and as a measure of his character, was when he wore the coveted yellow jersey at the 2013 Tour de France before deliberately surrendering the race lead to teammate Daryl Impey, in recognition of the work Daryl had done to support him.
Day 1: Sat, Sep 10th
Kathy Watt created cycling history when she won the first gold medal for Australia in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic road race. No other Australian cyclist male or female has ever won the road race at the Olympic Games. Kathy almost won double gold when she raced several days later in the women’s 3km Individual Pursuit narrowly finishing second to take the silver medal. She also won Gold (Road) and Silver(Pursuit) when she represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games in 1990. Kathy won the Australian Junior 3,000 metre Championship at Olympic Park in 1984 as a runner.
Dr Kate Leeming
Day 1: Sat, Sep 10th
As an explorer/adventurer, Kate has cycled a distance greater than twice the world’s circumference. On August 16th 2010 she became the first person in history to cycle an unbroken line from Africa’s most westerly to its most easterly points; from Pointe des Almadies, Senegal to Cape Hafun, Puntland, Somalia. Cycling 22,040 km over ten months, Kate’s Breaking The Cycle Expedition was not only a physical quest but an odyssey to highlight the development needs and activities of war-torn and poverty-stricken nations. Cycling through twenty countries, Kate aimed to find out what is being done to give a ‘leg up’ rather than a ‘hand out’ – to shine a positive light on the issues, cultures and geography of Africa.
+ More To Be Announced Soon!
AUSTRALIA’S ONLY dedicated Bike Industry and Consumer Expo
Held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from the 10th to the 11th of September 2022, this is a unique bike celebration and showcase that can't be missed.
Discover New Ways to Enjoy a Timeless Pastime
Hosted on over 6,000 square meters of floor space and encompassing four exhibition bays, the Melbourne Bike Show is unprecedented in scale, designed to drive biking culture down under and initiate renewed enthusiasm for the craft.
What’s On Display?
Bike Show for Vendors
Step Into the Push-Bike Spotlight
Are you a bike industry company looking to make your mark in the trade? Want to secure your position in a bike showroom of a scale that Australia has never seen before? Network with enthusiasts and fellow industry professionals to build an interconnected network and immerse yourself in the passionate biking community. Expand the value of your brand to bike consumers from across Australia by securing an exhibitor’s booth and displaying your products to a captive bike audience.
Bike Show for Fans
Elevate Your Passion to the Next Gear
Celebrate your love for the sport by connecting with fellow bike fanatics at the Melbourne Bike Show. Meet those you’ve only known online (or rode alongside) and create new connections, while sharing an experience you won’t find anywhere else. the Melbourne Bike Show is exclusively and 100% devoted to you.
The 2022 Melbourne Bike Show at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
The 2022 edition of the Melbourne Bike Show will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (a.k.a. Jeff’s Shed).
From sophisticated design that thoughtfully reflects its Melbourne location, to facilities that offer an indulgent environment for rest and relaxation. The utmost care and attention to detail is bestowed upon all guests.
Contemporary style meets unrivalled luxury at the Crown Metropol. Perched on the Southbank, in the heart of the city, this exclusive address offers fine offer everything from fine dining to lavish accommodation.
Stylish, welcoming and thoroughly modern, Crown Promenade offers contemporary guest rooms with state of the art facilities. Crown Promenade has everything you need for a week away or a weekend in town.
Here’s How to Secure Your Spot for September This Year
An event like this is unprecedented. Through sheer determination and aspiration, we’ve managed to organise the nation’s largest bike expo and trade show on record.
Attendance is capacity limited, and we’d hate to see you miss out on this amazing opportunity to nurture your passion and connect with leading vendors, consumers, industry professionals and bicycle fanatics who are just as dedicated as you are.
Click on the link below to fill out our information form. Exhibitor booths are only open to a selected group of vendors, so be sure to book your spot before time runs out.
Register your email to be the first to know when tickets are released. By signing up, you’ll also receive regular, up-to-date information regarding future bike show events as well as upcoming ticket sales before anyone else does.
Your Chance to Experience the Biggest and Boldest Expo in Australian Cycling is Here!
Get your tickets NOW and secure your spot at the inaugural Melbourne Bike Show
– September 10th to the 11th, 2022 – at the Melbourne Convention and
Exhibition Centre. We can’t wait to see you there!