André Greipel to Headline London Bike Show

Renowned German sprint superstar to appear courtesy of Factor Bikes
Greipel to attend show on both Friday and Saturday
Israel Start-Up Nation Factor ONE to be displayed

London Bike Show, the UK’s largest cycling and triathlon exhibition, has announced that 22-time Grand Tour stage winner André Greipel will be attending the event, courtesy of Factor Bikes.

André Greipel / London Bike Show
Photo: Dario Belingheri/BettiniPhoto©2020

Greipel, one of the most prolific sprinters of the modern era boasting more than 150 career victories including 11 Tour de France stage wins, will meet and greet fans at the Factor Bikes stand during the London Bike show on Friday 27 March. The Israel Start-Up Nation rider will return to the event on Saturday 28 March, taking to the Performance Theatre stage for a Q&A session, sharing his extensive insight into what life is like racing at the highest level.

The 2020 event will be the first time the London Bike Show, this year celebrating its 10th anniversary, has welcomed cycling superstar André Greipel to the 3-day spectacular which takes place at ExCel London.

Factor Bikes create some of the most advanced bikes available on the market today with a heritage which stems from advanced motorsport and aviation. Technical partner of WorldTour cycling team Israel Start-Up Nation, Factor will be displaying one of the outfit’s highly specced Factor ONE bike, ridden by Greipel and his teammates this year.

A full line-up of guest speakers for the London Bike Show and its sister event, Triathlon Show: London will be announced in the coming weeks. For further information or to purchase tickets, visit www.thelondonbikeshow.co.uk

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