Dahon presents innovative technology and programmes at Eurobike

Dahon is continuing to “revolutionise the industry” with its latest range of technology, designs and programmes.

Now in its 28th year, Eurobike has returned to its familiar September dates and will see brands from around the globe take over the Messe Friedrichshafen to present the latest in cutting edge bicycle technology and accessories.

At this year’s show, Dahon is presenting some brand-new models for 2020 which include the GB-2, the next iteration of Dahon’s 650b folding gravel bike. The bike features concealed LockJaw hinges on an aluminium frame paired with low gearing, good tyre clearance, disc brakes and drop bars.

Dahon’s electric offering this year comes in the form of a range of narrow folding NuWave e-bikes. Utilising its innovative NuWave technology, the compact e-bikes fold down to a width of just 15cm in a matter of seconds, the brand has said.

It will also be presenting its range of new programmes, each offering partners the opportunity to make use of Dahon’s technical and marketing expertise.

First up is its Technology Sharing Programme which will see the brand share a selection of its acclaimed IPR’s (Intellectual Property Rights) including frames, handle posts and pedals, which were previously exclusive to the brands own products.

The brand will also be presenting its Co-branding Licensing Programme. The programme will allow qualified partners to use the co-brand ‘Dahon XX’ or ‘Dahon by XX’ (XX being a brand of the licensee’s) on a variety of products.

Completing Dahon’s range of new programmes is the Smart Bike Sharing System. Developed by Dahon as a solution to the difficulties faced by traditional shared bikes, the system utilises Artificial Intelligence to handle fees, repair information and redeployment information.

To find out more about Dahon’s new programmes visit its booth B4-101 at Eurobike or email marketing@dahon.com for more information.

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