The Cycle Show, the UK's largest and longest-running cycling exhibition, returns this month alongside the inaugural London eBike Festival with a celebration of cycling packed into three days at London's Alexandra Palace.

After a break during the pandemic the event returns from 22-24th April with an impressive list of star guests, big brands and activities for all. will be there as usual, kicking tyres and blagging biscuits - and we've pulled together a list of six things to see and do at this year's show.

If you'd like to rub shoulders with stars of cycling while checking out the latest and greatest bikes and gear, tickets are still available; just head over to

Hear from the stars of cycling

An impressive list of stars from across road, MTB, trials and track cycling will take to the main Tredz Cycle Show Theatre stage over the three days.

Headlining the event are former road world champions Tom Boonen and Lizzie Deignan, as well as current national road race champion Pfeiffer Georgi; mountain bike world champions Evie Richards and Greg Minnaar; paralympic champion Jaco van Gass and many more.

With a stellar line-up on hand, it's always worth dropping by the stage for a sit down and a cuppa while you listen.

Ride the test bike area

The grounds of Alexandra Palace will play host to different test tracks on which visitors can try a range of bikes from leading industry brands.

Test ride your choice of bikes on a two mile off-road loop on the hills and woodland trails through Alexandra Palace parkland, or head to the City Test Track to try out the array of road and urban bikes.

Discover The Experts Stage

Alongside the main theatre is The Experts Stage powered by Shimano Steps, giving you the chance to get advice from some of cycling's biggest brains.

Topics will include maintaining your bike, tips for commuting in London, planning rides in the countryside, preparing for a sportive, nutrition and hydration and much more.

Stage guests include CyclingUK's Head of Advocacy and Campaigns, Duncan Dollimore; Jools Walker discussing getting started and grassroots cycling; members of Ribble's team giving tips on buying your next bike, and much more.

See big brands from across the industry

This year sees a bumper list of brands exhibiting the latest in bikes, kit, accessories, tech and more.

Leading bike brands including Canyon, Ribble, Cannondale, BMC, Kinesis, Lios and many more will be showcasing their latest models.

Apparel brands include Stolen Goal, Altura, StickLegs and Spatz will present their latest ranges, while Santini will also be displaying their new Tour leaders' jerseys, providing a fantastic opportunity to see these iconic items up close.

Tech brands such as Muoverti, with their exciting new TiltBikes, AlterLock - the anti-theft and GPS tracker, Bryton with their latest computers and more will also be worth a visit at the show.

New product launches

Expect to see a range of new bike launches at the show too, including from British brand Reilly Cycleworks, eBike brands Mycle and GoCycle as well as many more.

Despite not being officially launched at the show, the weekend will also be the first chance for anyone to see a large range of new bikes in person, including Canyon's latest range of bikes.

Super bike showcase

An exciting feature of this year's show is the Jaw Droppers bikes display - a collection of bespoke or custom one-off bikes and designs which will wow visitors through their unique looks.

Brands and designers entering bikes into this competition, voted for you visitors themselves, include Ribble, Festka, Cannondale, SRAM/Onguza, Paradigm, Canyon, LIOS and Enigma.

Tickets are still available at £16 for an adult ticket, £14 for seniors and students, £7 for children and kids under 5 go free. Entry covers both shows in one.

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