Recumbent Cycle Con Trade Show & Convention

Our old friend Charles from Coyne Publishing out on the west coast sent us a recent press release on the upcoming event… 

Coyne Publishing LLC

SAN DIMAS, CA (February 8, 2017) – Coyne Publishing LLC, producers of the annual Recumbent Cycle-Con Trade Show & Convention, has announced the date and location of the 2017 event; October 6 – 8, at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, located in Oaks, Pennsylvania.

The Recumbent Cycle Con Trade Show & Convention (RC-C), has been conducted annually since 2011. It is the largest gathering of recumbent bike, trike and tandem manufacturers, importers, distributors and dealers in North America. Exhibitors not only display the latest in ‘bent bikes, but provide demo units for riding on the Outdoor Demo Riding Arena. RC-C provides a unique opportunity to see and ride almost every recumbent model offered by recumbent manufacturers from around the world.

Friday, October 6, is reserved for bicycle dealers and exhibitors only; cycling enthusiasts are welcome on Saturday and Sunday, October 7 and 8, along with additional dealers and their staffs.

In addition to the many recumbent bikes, trikes and tandems on display and available for demo rides, a full slate of interesting and informative seminars and demonstrations is scheduled for each day of the show’s three day run.

The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center is located about 25 miles northwest of downtown Philadelphia, and is accessible by bicycle from downtown ‘Philly via the Schuylkill River Trail. It is adjacent to the Valley Forge National Historical Park — also accessible via the Schuylkill River Trail.

Information about the 2017 Recumbent Cycle-Con can be found on the event website:

Media Contact:
Charles Coyne
Phone: 909-599-2691
Email address:


About TG

I've been around a bit and done a few things, have a couple kids and a few grandkids. I tend to be curmudgeonly, matter-of-fact and not predisposed to self-serving chit-chat. Thankfully, my wife's as nice as can be otherwise we'd have no friends. My interests are somewhat eclectic, but whose aren't?
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