TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards 2020

The TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards 2020 invite all manufacturers, designers, sales representatives, importers and distributors in the bicycle industry to compete in the awards.

Entries that have been on the market for less than 2 years or are scheduled to go into mass production in 2020 are eligible to participate in the awards.

All the products selected by an international panel of experts will be presented at the Taipei International Cycle Show 2020.

Taiwan is known as being the “Kingdom of Bicycles”. In the 1970s, through high-quality production and development, Taiwan gradually built a leading position in the global bicycle industry. In addition, Taiwan’s outstanding rise in export and international market share has created a long-lasting legend. With all of this as background, the first Taipei Cycle Show was held in 1988 to help the bicycle industry expand further overseas. This turned over a new historical page. In recent years, with the integration of digitization and smart technology, the government has cooperated with private enterprise to establish for Taiwan an international reputation as “The Island of Bicycles”. This also symbolizes the industry’s digital transformation from manufacturing to customized design, and represents a new chapter in Taiwan’s history.

Taiwan is known as being the “Kingdom of Bicycles”. In the 1970s, through high-quality production and development, Taiwan gradually built a leading position in the global bicycle industry. In addition, Taiwan’s outstanding rise in export and international market share has created a long-lasting legend. With all of this as background, the first Taipei Cycle Show was held in 1988 to help the bicycle industry expand further overseas. This turned over a new historical page. In recent years, with the integration of digitization and smart technology, the government has cooperated with private enterprise to establish for Taiwan an international reputation as “The Island of Bicycles”. This also symbolizes the industry’s digital transformation from manufacturing to customized design, and represents a new chapter in Taiwan’s history.

Entries should reflect a strong level of innovation and design quality.

There is no limit to the number of entries per contestant.

The TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards was launched seven years ago to create an official seal of quality as a yardstick to measure design and innovation accomplishment. Since then, the TAITRA and the TBA present the awards, while the competition is implemented by iF and has developed into one of the most highly respected design competitions for the international cycling industry. For the past seven years, we received numerous entries from up to 30 different nations from around the world.

TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards 2020 – Registration Fees

  • TPC Exhibitors and Members of TBA: US$ 80
  • Non-exhibitors: US$ 160