Düsseldorf Cyclingworld Europe bigger than ever before

Düsseldorf Cyclingworld Europe bigger than ever before

For the sixth time, Cyclingworld Europe will open its doors - from March 15th to 17th - in the industrial halls of the Düsseldorf Areal Böhler. With up to 500 brands across six exhibition halls and a spacious outdoor area, this year also sees the gathering of the who's who in the international cycling culture, celebrating the world of bicycles.

Despite being over 200 years old, the bicycle industry continually reinvents itself, securing its role as a vital part of future mobility. Starting March 15th, Cyclingworld, situated near the Dutch and Belgian borders, will host exhibitors, industry experts, and enthusiasts, showcasing the finest in bicycles and e-bikes. Cyclingworld encompasses the entire spectrum of bicycle life, spanning from the latest trends in bike fashion, art, and curiosities to dedicated areas for bicycle frame builders and families.

This year's event is almost fully booked, with around 300 exhibitors and nearly 500 brands, together occupying six exhibition halls which will cover a vast 18,000 m² area. The outdoor festival space, boasting almost 100 stands, allows practical testing of the industry's latest trends.

CEO Stefan Maly
CEO Stefan Maly

Stefan Maly, initiator and managing director of Cyclingworld, emphasises that the event's diversity and area usage in 2024 signify Düsseldorf's continued importance. The bicycle and e-bike industry recognises the North Rhine-Westphalian capital as an ideal meeting place for industry insiders at the start of the cycling season.

Stylish 'Bicycle' Experience World on and around the Areal Böhler

For the first time in history of Cyclingworld Europe, as 'Fête du Vélo', the event will take up the entire space of the Arela Böhler with six exhibition halls, and represent the entire universe around bicycles and e-bikes in the spectacular industrial ambiance.

In addition to showcasing innovations, from bicycles to fashionable clothing and accessories, along with world premieres by renowned manufacturers, a dedicated hall for bicycle frame builders and the Puky Kids World ensures inclusivity for all ages.

Visitors can anticipate a diverse concept, intentionally blending all facets of the bicycle and e-bike world. The exhibition halls and the supplementary demo world feature handmade alongside worldwide, presenting exhibitors, both large and small, side by side. The common thread connecting everything is a shared love for cycling.

The event also includes various side events like rides, star rides, a singlespeed criterium, and a cyclocross race, complemented by workshops, training sessions, and more – encompassing everything related to the theme of bicycles and e-bikes.

This article is sponsored by Cyclingworld Europe

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