“Strong and diverse starting field” expected at Eurobike 2019

Trade and industry can look forward to a "strong and diverse starting field" when Eurobike returns later this year, the trade show has said. 

Head of Eurobike Stefan Reisinger said: “It is already evident that we are entering the next show season with plenty of momentum.

“We expect 1,400 exhibitors – a full house – and look forward to welcoming regular established players, prominent returners and exciting newcomers.”

Following announcements by Bulls, Hercules, Kettler Alu-Rad and Flyer that they will be returning to the trade show at Lake Constance, the show organisers have said they are ‘delighted’ with the number of further industry brands committed to attending Eurobike.

The major wholesaler, importer, distributor, manufacturer and distributor of bike and component brands BBF Bike GmbH is joining the ranks, and following a two-year break, ADP Engineering GmbH is also returning to Friedrichshafen.

In addition to established brands, Eurobike will also showcase new exhibitors, with Pexco GmbH attending for the first time in 2019. The company is presenting its latest mobility developments at Lake Constance with its brands Husqvarna, Raymon and Ready to Race.

Other newcomers include German mobility brands Mahle GmbH and Amprio GmbH, and Yamaha, an international manufacturer of e-bike systems.

In the performance sports segment, brands Bianchi and Storck are returning to the trade show, and Böttcher, Patria, Brompton and Hase Bikes are also rejoining the Eurobike peloton. Suppliers such as Zwift, Bkool, Casco and Sena will also be attending.

The trade show will take from 4th to 7th September, with three days open to trade only, followed by Festival Day.

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