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Pictures: Cyclists peddled the way at the Excel London Bike Show last week

16:49 17 February 2014

A biker shows off some balance skills at The London Bike Show in ExCel, Custom House

A biker shows off some balance skills at The London Bike Show in ExCel, Custom House

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Cycling enthusiasts from far and wide gathered at the Excel centre to admire the two-wheeled talent around London last week.

The annual London Bike Show was at ExCel for four days, running alongside The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show as well as the Triathlon Plus Show and the London International Dive Show.

Visitors were able to sample the bike of their dreams on a 500m Cycling Test Track and had the chance to check out some of the newest rides on the market.

Crowds were wowed watching professional performances and onlookers were given the opportunity to win the latest cycling gadgets and gear.

Launched in 2011, the London bike show has grown rapidly in the past few years from just 50 exhibitors to over 200 in 2013.

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