Media Coverage

RadMarkt | Mehr Business, weniger Show
(November, 2015) - Auch, wenn die Interbike derzeit an mehreren Fronten zu kämpfen hat: Laut Angaben des Veranstalters Emerald Expositions war Amerikas führende Fahrradmesse in diesem Jahr (16. bis 18. September) mit 900 Ausstellern und 1.450 Marken sowie einer Ausstellungsfläche von 30.470 Quadratmetern (plus 5 Prozent) die größte Interbike aller Zeiten. Read the full article.

Bike Europe | Collaboration is Key for Interbike
(October 2015) - Despite facing serious challenges, this year’s Interbike was the largest ever. From September 16 – 18 a total of 900 exhibitors with 1,450 brands occupied a net space of approximately 30,470 square meters including the new hall E with Extra Energy’s e-bike test track and the EU@Interbike joint booth. Read the full article.

Red Kite Prayer | Interbike 2015, Part XI (Oct. 1, 2015)
(October 1, 2015) -  Interbike isn’t all gear, gear, gear, though it can seem that way. I went into this year’s show with the intention of taking lots of pictures of people and ended up in enough of a rush that I took but a very few portraits. The shot above is one that I knew I couldn’t miss, though. Left to right are Paraic McGlynn of Purely Custom, Trek and Cyclologic; Todd Carver of Retül and Steve Carre of Bike Effect and Cyclologic. It was a triumvirate of fitting greatness. Purely Custom was showing off a range of their fit tools and if I’d had half a day to spare, I’d have spent it right there. Read the full article.

Las Vegas Review-Journal | Stars of “Breaking Away” reunite at Interbike in Las Vegas (Sep. 18, 2015)
(September 18, 2015) - The bicycle industry has suffered bad luck when it comes to pop culture icons. Consider former bicycle race superstar Lance Armstrong, who drove bicycle sales thanks to his Tour de France wins before admitting to cheating with illegal drugs and leaving the public eye in disgrace. But one piece of bicycle pop culture endures and it played out in Las Vegas this week to the delight of 700 bike industry leaders who gathered for an awards dinner at the Interbike international bicycle trade show at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on the Strip. Three actors from the 1979 award-winning, coming-of-age bicycle movie, "Breaking Away," staged a reunion at Interbike and the film's 36-year-old clever lines were heard being uttered throughout the convention center ballroom. Read the full article here.

The Denver Post | Hickenlooper promises $100M to make Colorado “the best state for biking” (Sep. 16, 2015)
(September 16, 2015) - Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday announced a plan to spend more than $100 million over the next four years to make Colorado "the best state for biking." "Biking can be such a positive force, and I think being the best biking state is going to fuel economic growth and tourism. It's going to lead us toward a cleaner environment, and it's going to help us be the healthiest state in America," Hickenlooper said in Las Vegas at Interbike, the largest annual bike trade event in North America. Read the full article.

Hollywood Reporter | “Breaking Away” Cast Reuniting in Las Vegas to Celebrate Cycling Film: It “Still Resonates” (Sep. 15, 2015)
(September 15, 2015) - Three key castmembers of the iconic 1979 film classic Breaking Away are coming together for a rare reunion this Thursday, Sept 17. The event will take place as part of an awards ceremony at Interbike, the bike industry’s largest trade show in North America, held every September in Las Vegas. The star participants are Dennis Christopher, who played Dave, the working class, opera-loving cyclist at the center of the film; as well as Dennis Quaid and Jackie Earle Haley, who play his townie friends Mike and Moocher. Read the full article.

Las Vegas Review-Journal | New Vegas business on a roll at Interbike show (Sep. 10, 2014)
(Sep. 10, 2014) In a far corner of a vast floor of more than 1,000 Interbike exhibitors, squeezed between fire exits, trade show rookies Lance and Lynn Sisson set up shop early Wednesday morning. The first-time exhibitors from Las Vegas, who own 11nine Fat Bikes, were nervous. It was 8 a.m. at the Mandalay Bay
Convention Center on the Strip’s south end, and the married couple had just rolled in six mountain bikes with megabig fat tires they assembled in their home garage in the northwest valley. “It’s been extremely nerve-racking,” Lynn Sisson, 46, said of the days leading to the massive bicycle trade show held each September in Las Vegas. “We haven’t slept in days.” Her 48-year-old husband explained why: “Did we build something that everyone will like, or did we build something only I like?” Any first-time exhibitor at a big Las Vegas trade show knows that feeling. Read the Full Article

Las Vegas Review-Journal | As the wheel turns: lookey-loos welcome at Interbike (Sep. 12, 2014)
(Sep. 12, 2014) For years, Interbike, the U.S. bicycle industry’s premier trade show, held annually in Las Vegas, has been all about bicycle shop owners visiting bike manufacturers and ordering new inventory from exhibitors. But on Friday, this once hard-core B2B trade show changed forever. For the first time, Interbike threw open its doors to the pedaling masses and invited any bicycle enthusiast off the street to troll the carpeted aisles at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, for a $20 fee. Read the Full Article.

Bicitech | Interbike 2014, the show's future (Sep. 15, 2014)
(Sep. 15, 2014) In the States everything is entertainment, even an exhibition. It was concluded in these days of Interbike, the bicycle showroom dedicated to embedded, in rapid succession, Eurobike between late August and late September Expobike. The appointment of Las Vegas is the key moment to take stock of the market beyond the ocean, in what remains, for size and spending power, the second largest market after the Asian giant. But if in old Europe a fair, as rich and full, you can not deviate too much from what is a plot statement (exhibit products and events contour); in Nevada City event becomes the show. Proof of this are the 2014 Interbike Award , which is awarded in an evening awards show conducted by the famous (in America) comedian Alonzo Bodden and whose tickets have been sold in a pre-flash (now sold out). Read the Full Article

Bicycle Retailer and Industry News | Interbike Plans Industry Awards Gala
(May 7, 2014) Interbike is planning its first industry awards gala, to be held during its Las Vegas expo at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center this September. The Interbike Awards will honor achievements from the 2014 product year (July 2013 through June 2014). Nominees and winners will be selected from categories including Product Innovation, Athletic Achievement, Dealer Excellence, Supplier Performance and Advocacy Efforts. The gala will be held Thursday, Sept. 11,  from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Read the Full Article

The History Channel | American Restoration: Search Part-y
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In this episode of The History Channel's American Restoration, with filming completed at Interbike 2013, Rick is challenged with transforming a retro cigarette dispenser into a bike tool vending machine. Meanwhile, Tyler steps in for Rick and bids on rare 1950s pedal bulldozer project. (Television provider login information is needed to view complete episode.)