Saturday 13 & Sunday 14

October 2018

10am – 5pm daily

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Contacts

NZ Bike Expo Event Director

Krissy O'Connor 

021 49 22 31 | nzbikeexpo@gmail.com

Cycling Action Network Media Contact

Patrick Morgan

027 563 4733 | patrick@can.org.nz

2018 Event details

Saturday & Sunday

13-14 October 2018

Open 10am – 5pm daily

Air Force Museum of NZ

45 Harvard Ave, Wigram

Christchurch

Promotional assets
Press releases

19 Sep 2018

NZ Bike Expo Builds Momentum

30 Oct 2017

NZ Bike Expo A Success

18 Oct 2017

Epic Journey to NZ Bike Expo

16 Oct 2017

Focus on e-bikes

16 Oct 2017

NZ Bike Expo boosts the bicycle economy

16 Oct 2017

Cycle trails feature strongly at NZ Bike Expo

16 Oct 2017

Christchurch – Right place, right time

16 Oct 2017

Back story

15 Oct 2017

Exhibitors and activities at the NZ Bike Expo

14 Oct 2017

First ever NZ Bike Expo Launches

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Interviews
 

2018 Exhibitors

We have a great line up of exhibitors, across all aspects of biking. There were bikes, bike bags, bike tours, events, nutrition, bike stands, racks, trail apps, apparel, accessories, e-bikes, e-scooters, cleaning products, parts, tools and of course lube!

Full list of exhibitors:

  • A E Tilley – read more

  • Action Bicycle Club – read more

  • Adventure South NZ – read more

  • Around the Mountain Cycle Trail

  • Bike Barn

  • Bike it Now! – read more

  • Bikes International

  • Biketober

  • Biomaxa

  • Black Inc

  • Blcktec

  • Benefice Brewing

  • Canterbury Mountain Bike Club

  • Canterbury Time Trial Association

  • Cardrona Alpine Resort (Cardrona Bike Park) – read more

  • Chain Reaction

  • Christchurch Adventure Park – read more

  • Christchurch City Council

  • Christchurch Electric Bicycles

  • Christchurch Singletrack Club

  • Cycle Trading Co

  • Cycleways

  • Cycling Action Network

  • Cycling New Zealand

  • Escape Adventures – Unforgettable Cycle Tours – read more

  • Evo Cycles

  • Gravity Canterbury

  • Ground Effect

  • Factor Bikes

  • Gripsport

  • Hanmer Springs & Hurunui District – read more

  • Hauraki Cycle Trail

  • Hub Cycles

  • iCycle Electric

  • Industry X Distribution – read more

  • Latin Link Adventure

  • Mainland North Region BMX

  • Marleen Wholesalers

  • Maxxis

  • Metro – read more

  • Moustache Electric Bikes – read more

  • MTB Stand

  • NZ Transport Association

  • OliveNZ

  • Optimal Performance

  • Ortleib

  • Papanui Cycling Club

  • Pegasus Cycling

  • Rev Bikes

  • Revolve Christchurch

  • Share the Road

  • Southern Approach

  • Specialized

  • Spokes Canterbury

  • Sport and Cargo

  • Thule

  • Tineli Performance Bikewear

  • Trikes NZ

  • U-Tracks

  • Venture Southland

  • Via Cycles – read more

  • Wattwheels

  • X-Axis

CAN is the voice for everyday people on bikes

NZ Bike Expo was brought to you by CAN, the Cycling Action Network. CAN is a network of cycling advocacy groups throughout New Zealand. Our vision is for cycling to be an everyday activity in New Zealand – more people on bikes, more often!

Our goal in creating the very first NZ Bike Expo in Christchurch was to grow our bicycle community. With the Expo we brought together everyone who's into biking, in all its forms, and generated a positive buzz and excitement. The NZ Bike Expo connected industry suppliers and services with people who love cycling, in an environment where everyone was inspired to take the next step on their journey. 

CAN is an incorporated society with a small office in Wellington and many volunteers. CAN and our member groups, including Spokes Canterbury in Christchurch, work with government, councils, businesses and people with a passion to:

  • Promote the benefits of cycling

  • Improve safety for cyclists

  • Encourage the creation of great cycling environments

  • Support cycle tourism

  • Increase the number of people on bikes

Find out more about CAN.

Event Partners and Sponsors

NZ Bike Expo 2018 was is brought to you by CAN, the Cycling Action Network. Most of the photographs on the site are courtesy of the NZ Transport Agency. CAN is grateful to the following businesses and organisations for their support during our first year: