Ludhiana bicycle makers organising Ride Asia Expo in New Delhi

From March 19 till March 21, Ludhiana bicycle and parts manufacturers are organising the Ride Asia expo in New Delhi to give buyers an idea of the latest technology, including electric versions.

Ludhiana-based biggest cycle association of the country, United Cycle and Parts Manufacturers Association (UCPMA) has even declared free transportation to the expo for all its members. More than 300 stalls are being put up at the expo which will also feature fitness products.

D S Chawla, president of UCPMA said, “This expo is very important for the bicycle and parts manufacturers, as this is the biggest event for cycle industry post coronavirus outbreak. Keeping in view its importance and such large participation from Ludhiana, we have decided to provide a special complimentary transportation arrangement for the members of UCPMA on March 19. We have arranged a luxury bus for ferrying the members and interested members can get their names registered with our project director Harsimarjit Singh Lucky.”

Tejwinder Singh, leading bicycle parts manufacturer and exporter, said, “We are very excited about Ride Asia 2021, which will be India’s biggest bicycle and parts expo of 2020 and 2021 with focus on e-vehicles. This will provide a big platform to the manufacturers and suppliers of Ludhiana to connect with the buyers from ever nook and corner of India. Already lot of our existing customers have confirmed their visit to the expo to meet us and see the new products and launches. Moreover, as we have been unable to meet some of them for almost a year now, we are looking forward to this expo to meet our old associates.”

According to G S Dhillon, organiser of the expo, “We have got huge response not only from exhibitors, but visitors too who have already started registering for the event. In another great news for all, we recently met health minister of Delhi, Satyendar Jain and invited him for the exhibition. He has accepted and the minister said there was no need for Covid-19 testing to attend the expo. We have already made arrangements at the expo to keep coronavirus at bay and we already have the experience of organising machine tool expo recently in which record number of visitors participated.”

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RideAsia-2021 (A Tour To Asia’s Wheels) will be a B2B event for attracting dealers, distributors, importers and entrepreneurs who are looking for new business opportunities in E – Vehicles, E-Bikes, Cycles, Sports and Fitness industry. It will also be open to the B2C segment to increase awareness about Electric Vehicles Cycling, Fitness, Outdoor Sports, Cycling and provide knowledge about the latest products and services.