There was a much larger bike presence than the previous year, with the cycle’s area dominating a whole hall.
The ACT were at the show to promote WorkRiders, the new cycling to work programme, and ATG Training, ActSmart’s partner Cytech provider.
The ACT partnered with the London Bike Show to support the Cycling Stage which was host to Cytech demonstrations delivered by ATG Training, guest speakers and auctions throughout the four day show.
Cytech Technical Advice ActSmart’s runner up Partner of the Year 2011, and Cytech Training Providers, ATG Training were on hand at the Cycling Stage to offer technical advice and carry out demonstrations. The demos were a huge success with crowds gathering to learn about everything from preparing your bike for commuting to truing a wheel.
After watching Cytech demos, visitors were glad to learn that it has never been easier to get qualified as a cycle mechanic, with Cytech Technical One Theory now available completely online, and until the end of February, with 50% off the price.
The interest in Cytech courses was evident through ATG’s prize draw to win home mechanic gear, with over 1000 entries received.
Of all the completed entries received the first to be drawn by the independent adjudicator was:
Mr David Coxhead. Proprietor, Bristows Cycles
David wins the Wheel Truing stand
Mr Robin Warr
from Greenich – London
Robin wins the Advanced Park Tools mechanic kit
If you have not won a prize don’t be sad, there is much to be gained from attending a Cytech course at one of ATG Training’s world class cycle workshops. Course dates and venues can be found here www.cycletraining.co
Thanks to all of you who entered.