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Eurobike reveals 2020 dates

Eurobike has announced the dates of its 2020 show, which will run from 2nd to 5th September.

With its dedicated mix of trade, retail and downstream consumer address, Eurobike 2020 is open exclusively to trade visitors for the first three days, from 2nd to 4th September, and will then open its doors to all bike fans for Festival Day on day four of the show, 5th September.

“We’re delighted to have already fixed the dates for 2020. It’s in the interest of all partners to set the date well in advance for better long-term planning and to ensure that the Eurobike is the seasonal highpoint that all participants want it to be. The depth of the offer at Lake Constance is unique worldwide,” said Messe Friedrichshafen CEO Klaus Wellmann and head of Eurobike Stefan Reisinger.

“The show reflects new trends and developments in the classic bike and e-bike sectors. In addition, there are product innovations and new players from the micro-mobility industry, which show that these alternative mobility solutions are not only more sustainable but also often more effective.”

The 2020 Eurobike media events will also keep the same calendar slots. The dates for the Eurobike Media Days and subsequent Urban Mobility Media Days by Eurobike remain in June and July.

Overview of the next Eurobike dates:
2nd to 4th July 2019: Eurobike Media Days at Kronplatz, South Tyrol
10th to 11th July 2019: Urban Mobility Media Days by Eurobike in Frankfurt
4th to 7th September 2019: Eurobike in Friedrichshafen
3rd to 5th October 2019: Aseanbike in Bangkok, Thailand
18th to 19th April 2020: VELOBerlin in Berlin
June/July 2020: Eurobike Media Days and Urban Mobility Media Days
2nd to 5th September 2020: Eurobike in Friedrichshafen

This year’s Eurobike will run from 4th to 7th September 2019, with full-to-capacity halls and 1,400 exhibitors. It includes three working days open to trade visitors only, 4th to 6th September, with Festival Day on 7th September. For further information, visit www.eurobike-show.com.

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