Frequently Asked Questions
What is (e)revolution?
What are the 2023 Show hours and dates?
Show Move InJune 6, 2023 Hours TBD June 7, 2023 Hours TBD
B2B Trade Show Dates & HoursJune 8, 2023 10 AM – 6PM June 9, 2023 10 AM – 4PM
B2C Consumer Show Dates & HoursJune 10, 2023 10 AM – 6PM June 11, 2023 10 AM – 4PM
Show Move OutJune 11, 2023 4PM – TBD June 12, 2023 Hours TBD
Why Denver, Colorado?
Denver is regarded as one of the top bike destinations
- “Nation’s best e-bike rebate program” – Bicycling.com
- #6 Most Bicycle Friendly States – Bike League
- #13 Best City for Bikes – People for Bikes
The Colorado Convention Center is one of the largest convention centers in the United States
- 2.2 million square feet and 11,000 hotel rooms nearby
- One of most eco-friendly convention centers in the US
Can those attending (retailers, media, and consumers) test ride eBikes?
How much does (e)revolution cost to attend for Retailers and Media?
Retailers, distributors, importers, buyers (Free Registration)
- Working Media (editorial) (Free Registration)
- Non-Profits (Free Registration)
- Independent Sales Reps (Free Registration)
Onsite Registration $500Media Sales (Pay)
- Early Bird $250
- Regular Registration $400
Non-Buyer / Consultant, Brand / Manufacturer, Event Organizer (Pay)
- Early Bird $250
- Regular Registration $400
- Onsite Registration $500
Details on Registering to attend will be available soon.
Does it cost to attend the on-site seminars?
What lodging is available for (e)revolution?
How can I learn more about The Big Gear Show?
Please check The Big Gear Show website for more information.
Who can exhibit?
(e)revolution is open to all brands and OEM manufacturers who produce products or provide services for the e-bike market such as e-bikes, batteries, cycling components, accessories, apparel, hydration, and nutrition products. We also welcome service providers and non-profit organizations with an interest in engaging the e-bike industry.
THIS IS A SHOW FOR E-BIKES ONLY – NOT E-MOBILITY PRODUCTS
Information on exhibiting can be found on our exhibitor page
Where do I apply to exhibit?
Information on applying to exhibit can be found on our exhibitor page
How much does it cost to exhibit?
Booth pricing will be provided after you are approved to exhibit. Information on applying to exhibit can be found on our exhibitor page.
Exhibit space pricing information can be downloaded by completing this form.
I completed the exhibitor application; when will I receive my approval confirmation?
Can I use my mobile showroom to exhibit at the Colorado Convention Center?
We developed a Mobile Showroom Program in partnership with our official show decorator, Modern Expo, and the Colorado Convention Center.
Registered exhibitors with reserved space who wish to use their outdoor mobile exhibits to exhibit at (e)revolution can take advantage of this special cost-saving program that will allow them to drive their showroom onto the show floor in the convention center, set up their exhibit, and be ready for business.
More information is available on the Exhibitor Resources Page
Where can I register to attend as a Retail Buyer?
Retailer registration open in late 2022
Where can I find hotel information?
Where can I find the education schedule?
(e)revolution is excited to have both the National Bike Dealers Association and PeopleForBikes. As our official education partners for the show. Both organizations are at work developing the education program and we will share it when it becomes available.
Check back in early 2023 for updates to the (e)revolution education page
Is there an exhibitor list and floor map available?
I would like to attend (e)revolution as media; what do I need to know?
How do I register as “Working Media”?
Required Credentials: TV Reporters/Camera Crews/Photographers
Please provide a letter from the news director or assignment editor on station/network letterhead saying that you have been assigned to represent the organization in an editorial capacity at (e)revolution. AND at TWO credentials:
- A station-issued, current press photo I.D.
- A business card from a major network reflecting your editorial role
- Coverage must be done independently and not solicited by exhibiting companies. Please note that any TV staff registering onsite will need to provide all documentation.
Required Credentials: Freelance Writers/Photographers/Videographers
Please provide a scanned copy or link to the publication masthead that includes your name and title OR a letter from the news director or assignment editor on station/network or publication letterhead saying that you have been assigned to represent the organization in an editorial capacity at (e)revolution. Coverage must be done independently and not solicited by exhibiting companies.
Required Credentials: Editors/Staff Writers/Staff Photographers/Photo Editors
- An email or scanned original letter on assigning network/outlet/publication’s letterhead from assigning editor or news director with a writing assignment detailing a specific coverage assignment at the show.
- Scanned or linked examples of your published, bylined editorial work in the last three months in assigning publication within the cycling industry.
What if I don’t have an assignment?
I have a website or blog; can I attend as Working Media?
Can I register for a media badge onsite at the show?
What is the difference between “Working Media” and “Media Sales” badges?
How do I find out which brands are at the show?
Who do I contact for information about (e)revolution?
Please contact Dave Petri for any media inquiries related to (e)revolution.
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