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Taipei Cycle Show shares findings from a successful Eurobike

Published September 11, 2019

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Taiwanese companies attended in record numbers showcasing the region's latest technologies and innovations in cycling

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11 September - Taipei: Taipei Cycle Show reflects on a productive four days at the Eurobike cycle industry event in Germany, and highlights key trends showcased by Taiwaneese companies in particular, and the market in general.

The 28th Eurobike ended with a total of 39,834 trade visitors and international participation from 99 nations. The Taiwanese industry was featured right across the three main pavilions, with 254 companies showcasing their ingenuity and manufacturing capabilities.

Key themes that emerged from this year's show included urban and e-mobility solutions, networking capabilities, custom 3D printing and children's cycling items.

During the event, Taipei Cycle Show hosted a successful press conference, which was attended by key global media with speakers from Bryton, Merida, Kenda and Buzzrack all offering their insight into the industry.

Gina Chang, from the Taiwan Bicycle Association, presented an industry forecast, which highlighted their goals for Taiwan to become the global hub for high end bicycles, R&D, innovation, manufacture and supply chain, alongside promoting smart cycling - creating an eco-friendly and sustainable environment for the future. The three key directions Chang feels Taiwan are moving towards are:

  • Cross-regional partnerships
  • Innovative integration - between technology and manufacturing
  • Customized services - no matter what the time zone

Taipei Cycle Show 2020: 4-7 March

  • Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 & Hall 2
  • LEVs and electric systems, e-Bikes, IoT solutions and parts
  • Country Pavilions including Italy, Japan, Korea and the Confederation of the European Bicycle Industries (CONEBI) amongst others
  • Regular catwalk fashion shows, supporting exhibiting apparel brands
  • Taipei Cycle+ including Smart Cycling, start-up zone and seminars
  • Taipei Cycle Forum sessions, including Trends in the e-Bike market
  • Taipei Cycle Show d&i Design Awards 2020
  • Bike demonstrations throughout the event in the new on-site Demo Area

To find out more about exhibiting your brand to the global cycling industry and media, click HERE.

To find out more about Taipei Cycle Show exhibitors, news and events, visit www.taipeicycle.com.tw. For information on TAITRA visit taitra.org.tw

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