The Montreal Bicycle Show 2013 rolls up to Montreal this weekend, showcasing over 200 cycling exhibitors at the Place Bonaventure, Montreal (800 Rue De la Gauchetière Ouest #240).
Bicycles have come a long way since its first original model, “The Dandy Horse,” was introduced in Nineteenth Century Europe.
The Dandy Horse also was the first form of two wheel transportation, invented by German, Baron Karl von Drais. His first model was used as a source of inspiration which lead to the “modern bike” later introduced in Mannheim during the summer of 1817 and then in Paris in 1818.
Today the bicycle is the most popular form of transportation used all over the world, including Montreal.
The Montreal Bicycle Show opens its 11th edition this weekend February 15th to February 17th for three days, parading the latest trends in cyclist culture.
Montreal Bike Show Tickets
All attendees can expect contests, prizes, keynote speakers, and have access to unlimited expert advice to planning cycling vacations and trips.
Family Pass – $25.00 (2 adults + 2 children 12 and under)
3 Day Pass – $25.00
Adult – $12.00
F.Q.S.C. Member – $9.00
Triathlon Québec Member – $9.00
Senior 65+ – $9.00
Student – $9.00
6 to 12 years old – $5.00 (Friday & Saturday) FREE on Sunday
Under 6 years old – FREE
Check out the Montreal Bike Show website for more details.