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Bosch eBike Systems Joins Cycling Industry Club

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TAIPEI, Taiwan – The Cycling Industry Club (CIC) announces that a new member has joined its ranks: Bosch eBike Systems. CIC members are leading cycling industry companies and, together with the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), the CIC network promotes cycling as a sustainable and healthy mode of transport in society, business and politics.

Bosch eBike Systems Joins Cycling Industry Club
Claus Fleischer, Head of Bosch eBike Systems, ‘Together with other leading industry players we strongly advocate a cycling policy that is in keeping with the times’. – Photo Bike Europe

“To ensure the lasting success of e-bikes we need an intelligent cycling infrastructure. By joining the Cycling Industry Club we support the ECF in its commitment. Together with other leading industry players we strongly advocate a cycling policy that is in keeping with the times,” says Claus Fleischer, Head of Bosch eBike Systems. The Bosch Group product area thereby “underscores its international alignment and assumes responsibility.”

Joining forces for sustainable mobility

To highlight the bicycle’s importance in the mobility mix and further improve conditions for cyclists, the European Cyclists’ Federation speaks out as a representative and mouthpiece on transport, environmental and tourism policy. Bosch eBike Systems wants to be a part of this movement promoting cycling as an integral part of everyday life. E-bikes are a modern means of transport for modern people: people in a hurry and people who prefer to take it easy, the fit and the comfort lovers, commuters and pleasure cyclists and, of course, young and old.

Cycling Industry Club objective

“With the European market leader for eBike systems as a member we reaffirm our objective of bringing sustainable mobility on two wheels into focus worldwide. For the ECF and the industry, the support given by Bosch eBike Systems is a positive signal. The bicycle has a past and a future,” says ECF Development Director Kevin Mayne.

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