Corona Virus Information


It is with great regret that Upper Street Events has taken the decision that, as a result of the evolving Covid-19 situation, it is no longer possible for us to hold The Evans Cycle London e-Bike Festival 2020 (2 – 3 May, Battersea Evolution).

We have been following UK Government guidelines and advice from Public Health England and other organisations as the situation has evolved and, given the latest announcements with regards to mass gatherings, it is now with much sadness that we have taken the decision that we will need to postpone the event. The safety and wellbeing of our staff, exhibitors, visitors, partners and contractors is of the upmost importance to us, and the protection and prevention of harm to all involved is vital.

We are currently working with Battersea Evolution to look at options to reschedule The Evans Cycle London e-Bike Festival to a later date.

Ticket holders, exhibitors and sponsors will be contacted directly within the next 14 days with regards to transferring bookings or refunds as required.

We are sincerely sorry that we have had to take this incredibly difficult course of action and thank you for bearing with us at this uncertain time.

Please take care and we hope to see you later this year.

Advice for Those Coming to The Evans Cycles London e-Bike Festival

The UK risk level for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has now been increased from low to moderate.  We are continuing to monitor UK government advice and the advice remains that the risk to individuals is low, and whilst it remains at this level we will continue to run The Evans Cycles London e-Bike Festival 2-3 May.

We will continue to follow advice from the Government, the Department of Health, Social Care and Public Health England and the venue. Based on current evidence, novel coronavirus (COVID-19) presents with flu-like symptoms including a fever, a cough, or difficulty breathing. The current evidence is that most cases appear to be mild.

Advice for UK Residents and International Visitors

The advice for UK residents who think they may be affected is to take common-sense steps to avoid close contact with other people, including not going to work, school or public areas and not using public transport. Those concerned should contact 111. International visitors can also contact 111.

NHS 111 is a 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week telephone advice service for members of the public to phone if they have an urgent medical concern; 999 is the contact number for the Ambulance, Fire Brigade and Police services and should be used in an emergency.

Please be aware that calls to 111 from a foreign-registered mobile phone, within the UK, may not work and may not be free. For anyone unable to call 111, the alternative number is 0300 020 0155.

 Advice for everyone planning to attend The Evans Cycles London e-Bike Festival

If you are planning to attend The Evans Cycles London e-Bike Festival as a visitor, exhibitor or contributor and think you may be affected, please stay indoors, either at home or within your accommodation, avoiding contact with other people and please contact NHS 111 or 999.

If you have travelled from the following countries, we recommend that you do not come to the venue and avoid contact with people until you have been back in the country for 14 days, even if you do not have symptoms.

  • China
  • Thailand
  • Japan
  • Republic of Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Taiwan
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Macau

If you have travelled from the following countries since 19th February and have any symptoms no matter how mild we ask you do not come to the venue, stay indoors and contact the NHS on 111.

  • northern Italy (anywhere north of Pisa, Florence and Rimini)
  • Vietnam
  • Cambodia
  • Laos
  • Myanmar

If you have returned from the specific areas listed below since the 19th February, then please do not attend the show irrespective on how you feel. The current advice is to stay in door, avoid contact with others and contact the NHS on 111.

  • Iran
  • specific lockdown areas in northern Italy as designated by the Government of Italy
  • ‘special care zones’ in South Korea as designated by the Government of the Republic of South Korea
  • Hubei province (returned in the past 14 days)

If you are experiencing symptoms, including cough, fever or shortness of breath, you should not travel to The Evans Cycles London e-Bike Festival, even if your symptoms are mild.

There will be hand sanitisers available throughout the venue and we activity encourage all our staff, exhibitors, visitors and guests to maintain good personal hygiene. For more advice see the WHO website

This is a developing situation and we ask that you refer to the latest information and advice on this matter from the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England, which is kept up to date on the website.

British people travelling and living overseas following the outbreak of novel coronavirus should check the Foreign and Commonwealth Office travel advice.

Last updated 26 February 2020