Eurobike 2017 headed for success
Booking status at the top level of the previous event - 1350 bike participants from around the world expected - strong demand for e-mobility Friedrichshafen - Half a year before its start, the world’s leading exhibition of the bicycle industry, which will take place from August 30 to September 2, 2017, in Friedrichshafen, is on course for success. For the 26th edition of the Eurobike, some 1350 exhibitors from all over the world are again expected at Lake Constance. "The Eurobike is the world’s most important presentation platform in the bicycle industry and is setting another milestone in the now 200-year history of the bicycle with numerous highlights in 2017,” explains Klaus Wellmann, CEO of Messe Friedrichshafen.
Many market leaders of the industry will again be represented with their product innovations in Friedrichshafen. Director Stefan Reisinger announces: "The bicycle industry is transforming itself, and the Eurobike is changing with it. E-bikes and the associated parts, components, and applications are advancing the bicycle as a mobility product as well as fueling rapid development of performance e-MTBs. Eurobike 2017 will again fill the entire exhibition grounds with trends, topics, and innovations for the 2018 season.”
During the Eurobike Business Days from Wednesday, August 30, to Friday, September 1, the world’s leading exhibition will be putting its exclusive focus on the specialized needs of the global industry. Here the exhibitors will be in dialog with more than 40,000 trade visitors and 1700 media representatives from around the world. With a mix of entertainment, action, and exhibition, the Eurobike Festival Day on Saturday, September 2, is geared toward all bike enthusiasts. In addition to numerous innovations available to visitors for testing, the professionals will give their best in stunt performances on the fairgrounds.
Eurobike 2017 is open from August 30 to September 2 from 9 AM to 6 PM each day. On the Business Days from Wednesday to Friday, the fair will only be open to trade visitors and accredited journalists. For more information, visit: www.eurobike-show.com.Back