More than 1,400 exhibitors, including 150 newcomers, will be showing their new products and innovations for the coming season to the trade public and bike fans at the 28th edition of Eurobike.
“The current changes in the cycle market are reflected at Eurobike. E-mobility, digitalisation, system integration yet also the relocation of production are dominant topics in the global bike business,” said Stefan Reisinger, head of Eurobike at Messe Friedrichshafen.
“New players from all over the world are enriching the cycle industry with product innovations, solutions and alternative approaches to future mobility requirements.
“The future is beginning here and now – Eurrobike is showing what will come tomorrow and delivering new stimuli while giving cause for thought to retailers, industry and all the other market participants.
“In the mixture of top brands, who have been attending for many years, coupled with newcomers, trendsetters and innovators, the composition of Eurobike this year with more than 1,400 participants has again achieved a supreme level.”
Only about one-third of the newcomers among the exhibitors will be coming from Germany.
The largest contingent among the foreign customers exhibiting at Eurobike for the first time comprises exhibitors from France with a figure of 7%, followed by the USA (6%), China (5%) and the Netherlands (4%).
Newcomers in the bike sector include Pexco (stand B2-400), and Anthony Sinyard will be exhibiting on the European trade fair stage for the very first time with Supacaz (Stand B3-401), his accessories supplier founded in 2013.
Croatian Eurobike newcomer Greyp (stand A1-502) will also be attending.
Eurobike 2019 will open to trade visitors for three business days, 4th to 6th September, followed by Festival Day on 7th September.