About The IBD Summit

Every year, the cycling industry faces a unique set of challenges akin to what other industries go through. However, the cycling industry has its own remedy to help overcome these challenges. Now in its fourth year, the IBD Summit is where top minds in bicycle retail gather to share ideas, learn from expert presenters and learn from each other with the goal of leaving better armed to face the challenges of our industry better than they did before they arrived. Be a part of the IBD Summit on January 27-29, 2015 at the Marriott Phoenix Tempe at the Buttes.

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Why Attend


The Jump Start You Need

Our content will challenge the way you think, reveal important trends & data points and will tackle many of the issues our industry faces today. It’s never been more critical for retailers and industry leaders to come together, discuss hard questions, debate, cooperate and ultimately plot a better course for the future.

Attending Dealers


Each year the IBD Summit brings together key retailers from across the county to network, share ideas, attend panel discussions, learn and ride. Click here for the list of registered retailers.



IBD Summit sessions are designed help you find new ways to build your business and plan for its future. View the 2015 Session List and Speaker Profiles.

Speaker Profiles


Speakers to Ingnite Change

The 2015 IBD Summit Speaker lineup is designed to go beyond motivation; and spark a revolution in the industry with a focus on real change and improved leadership. Check back frequently for the complete 2015 speaker lineup - this is one you won't want to miss.

The Venue

You asked for a better location, and we're giving it to you! IBD Summit 2015 is moving to the Marriott Phoenix Tempe at the Buttes - a destination you can reach with a direct flight from most major airports around the world. Read more about the new venue.

Our Partners


PeopleForBikes & The NBDA

The IBD Summit is proud to partner with leading industry non-profit organizations, PeopleForBikes and The NBDA. To learn more about the work they do to better our industry, click here.