Eurobike Extends Focus on E-bikes and Pedelecs
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – More than ever before, pedelecs and e-bikes will be in the spotlight at Eurobike. Unlike the MTBs and road race bikes which can be tested at Demo Day, the e-bikes and pedelecs have their own tracks at the show venue.
As last year, exhibitors with their product focus on pedelecs and e-bikes will be presenting their bikes in the Zeppelin Hall and on the open-air grounds East. With the test track in the Zeppelin Hall and a new spacious outdoor test track starting at the open-air park East, Messe Friedrichshafen is extending its focus on pedelec and e-bikes.
“Test tracks have been a tradition at Eurobike for more than 10 years now”, says Messe Friedrichshafen CEO Klaus Wellmann. “They give the show visitors the possibility of riding and testing pedelecs and e-bikes of several manufacturers. This direct comparison of several bikes is the best way to find out differences in bikes and systems. For the 2013 edition we will integrate slopes and hills in the test course to demonstrate riders which bikes can cope with the hill easily and which are better for flat countries.”