A one day invitation-only summit which will showcase some of the biggest trends and latest innovations in the cycling industry, and help your business maximise the potential of a new MTB innovation centre in Scotland.
The summit will focus on innovations, particularly relevant to mountain bikes, but could also be applied to support companies across the cycling industry.
Innerleithen has been chosen to host this year’s event after heads of terms were agreed with the UK government to fund £19m towards Scotland’s new MTB innovation centre in the town.
Why not arrive early and take advantage of the world class local trails?
Join us for a ride.
Bring your own bike or contact us if you need to hire a bike and we can put you in touch with the local bike shops, who will be only too happy to help.
Book a one to one meeting with us to discuss your business requirements.
Innovation Summit 9.45am to 4pm
Innerleithen - transport provided to/from Peebles, Glentress and Cardrona.
Scottish Mountain Bike Awards 2019 7pm to midnight
Enjoy an early morning ride before heading home!
Flights direct to Edinburgh are available from a number of countries. Find out more.
Edinburgh airport is approximately 45 minutes from the Tweed Valley.
With world class singletrack all over the Tweed Valley you won't be short of choices.
Car Hire - Edinburgh airport
Taxi Services - Peebles a taxi from Edinburgh to Peebles costs approximately £65 one way. Please confirm cost with taxi company when booking.
Public Transport - bus or tram to Edinburgh city centre. Followed by bus to Peebles/Innerleithen from Edinburgh city centre bus station. Bus company - Border Buses
E-bike sales continue to grow and the UK has been slower than some European markets to respond. How can we ensure the support and supply chain is there to help new and existing companies to growth into this market?
Hosted by Danny Cowe, MTBCOS
How Knowledge Exchange has practically benefited businesses and what opportunities there are. Collaborations can be time consuming and onerous for Industry, we want this session to demonstrate that it doesn’t have to be like that, giving real examples that gave companies true commercial advantage which translated to their bottom line. These can be cross sector of bike industry specific.
Hosted by Professor Gary Hutchison, Edinburgh Napier University
What are the opportunities around data and digital? Urban cycling has connected with Smart Cities to drive data capture and analysis. What lessons can be learned and how can this be transferred to MTB and other cycling industries?
Hosted by Kevin Mayne, Cycle Industries Europe
Testing relates to both the development process and standards before going to the market. The current industry standards can be too laboratory focused ignoring environmental data and only define a binary outcome, when each niche within the industry might look for differentiation.
What can we learn from other industries and how can the MTB innovation centre help support the future of testing.
Hosted by Professor Geraint Florida-James MTBCOS and Ed Shoote, DMBinS
SCOTTISH MTB INNOVATION SUMMIT EVENT REGISTRATION – privacy notice
The Mountain Bike Centre of Scotland (MTBCOS), a project hosted by Edinburgh Napier University (ENU), is providing you with this information in order for us to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, which requires us to tell you what we do with your personal information.
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ENU privacy notice.
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Scottish Enterprise (SE) – event partner. SE’s privacy notice.
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