Recumbent Cycle Convention – This Weekend

The 2015 Recumbent Cycle-Con Trade Show & Convention, The Largest Recumbent Cycling Event in the World! September 25* – 27, Sharonville Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Recumbent Cycle Con RCCThe Sharonville Convention Center is Cincinnati, Ohio’s premier facility for sustainable, world-class meetings, conventions, banquets, trade shows, and public events. In addition to over 20,000 square feet of indoor exhibits, an expanded Outdoor Demo Riding Arena will again give attendees the opportunity to ride the bikes of participting exhibitors.

Since 2011, the annual Recumbent Cycle-Con has become the world’s first and largest annual gathering of all the major recumbent bike, trike and tandem manufacturers, the recumbent industry, and enthusiastic consumers.

Companies from around the world exhibit and demonstrate all their new models and features in the Sharonville Convention Center halls, and on our Outdoor Demo Riding Arena. It is the once-a-year opportunity for recumbent enthusiasts to meet and talk with the engineers and designers from the recumbent factories. Also included are component and accessory manufacturers and suppliers, showcasing all their new and innovative products and services to the recumbent industry and enthusiasts. Attendees get the opportunity to see and ride all the newest recumbent bikes, trikes and tandems on the exclusive Outdoor Riding Arena and to attend free seminars and presentations of interest to all recumbent fans.

This three-day event provides one full day of Industry-Only attendance on Friday, September 25, the remaining two days are open to industry members, as well as excited recumbent cycling enthusiasts.

*Friday, September 25, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Friday is an Industry Only Day, giving manufacturers of recumbent bikes, trikes and tandems, and cycling accessories the  opportunity to reach out and connect with bicycle dealers from around the country. Industry attendees can also attend workshops and product demonstrations, test-ride bikes on the Demo Track Arenas and enjoy time with other members of the industry. Friday will conclude with the 2015 Recumbent Industry Dinner, at the Convention Center.

Saturday, September 26 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sunday, September 27 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

On Saturday and Sunday, the show opens to industry members as well as recumbent enthusiasts, who will revel in the ability to see all the newest in recumbent bikes, trikes, tandems, gear and equipment, meet with factory staff and representatives from the major recumbent builders and accessory suppliers, and ride all the latest recumbent bikes and trikes on our Outdoor Demo Arena.

Who Will Be There?
Since 2011, the  Recumbent Cycle-Con has grown to become the largest gathering of the recumbent industry in the US. and the world. The list of our 2015 RC-C Exhibitors is a “who’s who” of the most prominent companies, in the recumbent business: Alpaca, ATOC, AZUB Cycles, Bar Mitts*, BendIt Cycling, Bill Fowler, BentRider Online, Cruzbike, Cycle Lights*, Cycle of Life*, Fairfield Cyclery*, Full Speed Ahead, Greenspeed, HP Velotechnik, HubBub Helmet Mirrors*, ICE Trikes, Laidback Bike Report*, Lightning Cycle Dynamics, Linear Recumbents, Lizard Head Cycling Guides*, Miami Conservancy District*, Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission*, Nikola Innovation*, Ohio Bicycle Federation*, Penny Jansen/Retired Touring*, Project Mobility, R&B Bicycle Stands*, RAD/Hase Spezialrader, RANS Recumbents, RBR/Performer Recumbents*, Recycled Recumbents, Ridgeland Tourism*, RTR Magazine, Sun Seeker, TerraCycle, TerraTrike, Thrive Cycling 3×365*, Ti-Trikes, Tour de Cure*, Trident Trikes, Triot Trikes, TW Bents, SuperStand Bike Racks*, Visit Lorain County*, Wide-Eyez*

*New Exhibitor in 2015

RCC ShowThis show has something for every recumbent enthusiast.

RCC 2015 MapClick on map for a larger view.

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