Tomorrow 19th Eurobike Kicks Off with Demo Day
It all starts tomorrow with the 4th Eurobike Demo Day. Here test riders will roll through the beautiful Alps foothills in the Allgu region. The large test area is in Ratzenried (Municipality Argenbhl) which is easy to reach by car. From
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – It all starts tomorrow with the 4th Eurobike Demo Day. Here test riders will roll through the beautiful Alps foothills in the Allgäu region.
The large test area is in Ratzenried (Municipality Argenbühl) which is easy to reach by car. From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm close to 150 exhibitors are presenting their newest products here of which many will be available for testing.
It’s like the show itself; never before have there been so many exhibitors at previous Demo Day’s. Eyeing the long exhibitor’s list it’s striking that not all of them are presenting road racers or MTB’s ready for testing. In fact about 20 of them are (next to regular bikes and/or components) also in the e-Bike business. So, it’s definitely not all about sports products at Demo Day.
As said, the Demo Day area is easily accessible – roughly a 35-minute drive from the Eurobike exhibition grounds and only three minutes from the A96 that connects Munich with Lindau, Autobahn exit Argenbühl. The Demo Day location offers enough space to accommodate the large crowds that are expected.
The Alps foothills in the Allgäu region offer ideal testing conditions for all types of bikes – from road racers to mountain bikes and from electric bikes to recumbents. Product managers, dealers and journalists can either take short test rides or embark on longer day tours, exploring a network of marked trails for hours to test the latest innovations in the industry. Afterwards there’s the possibility to meet colleagues and philosophize over a beer about their impressions of the bikes.