Eurobike 2021 – The first exhibition after the Pandemic
Eurobike 2021 will be held in Friedrichshafen, Germany from September 1 to 4 this year. This is the first Eurobike held within two years after the outbreak of pandemic and the last time it will be held in Friedrichshafen. It will be moved to Frankfurt in the future.
The Eurobike exhibition includes eight halls, stage area, magazine area, outdoor demonstration performance area, etc.. The A1 exhibition area is for the electric bicycle and electric parts. A3, A4, A5, A6, B1, B2, and B3 are for traditional bicycles, parts and accessories. Performance stage, discussion area, and magazine service are located in the entrance and exit halls on the east and west sides.
The first two days of the Eurobike 2021 (September 1st to 2nd) are only open to international trade visitors. The third day (September 3) is open to trade visitors and consumers. The last day (September 4) is open to the public and includes festival events, demonstrations, race and test rides. The day before the exhibition (August 31), the industry summit at Lake Constance will kick off with a comprehensive live and digital program for international media representative, institutions, associations and politicians.
Bicycle Today(ABM) will have booth at the Eurobike exhibition at FW-108. The latest edition of 2021-2022 TBG and E-BIKE special issue will be displayed on the booth. Buyers can request paper books at the booth during the exhibition. Online e-books are also available by download from ABM official website www.abm.world.