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03-13-2009, 02:56 PM
SAVE THE DATE: AUGUST 22 and 23, 2009

Registration is now open for the Rocky Mountain Bicycle Show 2009. RMBS 09 will be held in Denver, Colorado at the National Western Complex on August 22nd & 23rd.

Exhibitors already committed to the show include: Anvil, Argonaut, Bikekulture.com, Black Sheep, Chris Kopp Bicycle Works, Civilian Bicycle Company, Courage, DaVinci Designs, DEAN, Edge Composites, Ground-Up, hudz, King Cage, Longbikes, Microbac Laboratories, Moots, Paketa, Primus Mootry, Rene Herse, Tiemeyer Cycles, Victoria Cycles, Yipsan, and Zinn.

RMBS 09 will once again feature the finest custom bicycle builders, and innovative bicycle components and accessories. Also included in this yearís show will be energy foods and drinks. With the new venue at the National Western Complex we will also be including a cycle art gallery on Saturday presented by Oskar Blues Brewery, a classic bicycle Concours díElegance on Sunday, as well as Oskar Blues, Avery, and the Estes Park Brewery providing samples of craft-brewed beers to show attendees. Awards will be given out for Riderís Choice Best Paint, Riderís Choice Best Component or Accessory, Builderís Choice, Best in Show, and Builder of the Year. Riderís will also vote for their favorite brew at the show.

Register now to exhibit at RMBS 09; or plan a last summer getaway to Colorado for a fun-filled weekend as we kick off the bicycle industryís show season.

RMBS 09 is open to the public. Admission is $10 at the door, children under 12 are free. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Bicycle Colorado and BikeDenver, Coloradoís leading cycling advocates.

Exhibitors register before April 30th to take advantage of discounted rates.

For more information visit: http://www.rockymountainbicycleshow.com and join the Rocky Mountain Bicycle Show (RMBS) Facebook group for show updates.

03-13-2009, 05:52 PM
I hate spending nice summer days inside. August is also when most of the races in the mountains take place and that weekend is already booked.

04-22-2009, 06:22 PM
Dear Prospective Exhibitors,

Framebuilders, component, accessory clothing and sport-nutrition companies, and industry suppliers around the world are invited to the 2009 Rocky Mountain Bicycle Show. The second annual show will move to Denver and include: a Concourse díElegance designed by vintage/classic guru Mike Kone detailing the History of the Bicycle; an incredible collection of bicycle art from world renowned collector Howie Cohen; a weekend-long Kids Corner featuring art projects and entertainment for children; and everyone over 21 can sample the finest beer from some of Coloradoís craft brewers for free.

Of course you donít want to miss the RMBS Awards - last year we gave out more than $5000 in awards to go along with the recognition given to outstanding exhibits. RMBS welcomes all level of builders and exhibitors Ė from those just starting out to experienced veterans.

RMBS/09 will be held in Denver at the National Western Complex on August 22 & 23. The show is geared toward consumers, with exhibitors both able to sell their product off the show floor, and interact one on one with their customer base. Colorado is a hotbed of cycling with more than 1.5 million active riders, and a fantastic market for custom bicycle buyers. With the early-registration cost of a RMBS booth only $450, there isnít a more effective way to promote your company.

Beautiful bicycles, free beer, entertainment for the kids, and Colorado, is there a more perfect combination?

See our website has more information, or feel free to call or email.

See you at the Show,
Carol Johnson

Just passing it on.