Eurobike

Posted August 28, 2017

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — At Eurobike, Stages Cycling has introduced its first power meter that directly measures power from each crank arm. The company's previous meters were left-arm only. 

Posted in Product/Tech Tagged Eurobike
Posted August 25, 2017

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — Given the turmoil swirling around new dates and locations for trade shows next year, Eurobike is looking like a beacon of calm — and doing the same old, same old never felt so good. Add to this a healthy European market and continued e-bike product innovation, and it’s not surprising that Eurobike head Stefan Reisinger expects a show a bit larger than last year.

Posted in International Tagged Eurobike
Posted February 15, 2017
The trade show is seeking to increase trust and communication between the industry and bloggers.

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — The owners of the Eurobike trade show are forming a platform, or club, of bike bloggers. The Wrider's Club is intended to provide a central home for bike blogs and to increase the communication and trust between bloggers and the industry.

Posted in International Tagged Media/Publishing / Eurobike
Posted November 30, 2016

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — Organizers of the Eurobike show have decided the 2018 event — which will its first in the new time frame of early July — will be a three-day event, with no consumer day.

The 2018 event will be Sunday, July 8, through Tuesday, July 10. 

Posted in International Tagged Eurobike
Posted October 20, 2016

TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Just a week after Eurobike announced plans to move its show from late August to early July in 2018 the organizers of Taipei's Cycle Show announced an even larger calendar shift: from its current dates in March to late October.

Posted in International Tagged Tradeshows and conferences / Eurobike / Taichung Bike Week / Taipei Cycle Show
Posted October 13, 2016
Trade show does away with consumer day and aligns with earlier product cycle in effort to unify industry under one show.

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — Eurobike organizers have announced new dates for the 2018 trade show. Eurobike will move earlier in the year, kicking off on Sunday, July 8, and it will be exclusively for trade visitors, eliminating its consumer festival days.

Posted in International Tagged Tradeshows and conferences / Eurobike
Posted September 1, 2016
Signs throughout the demo grounds cautioned riders about speeds.

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — So how successful were Eurobike’s efforts to offer more demo riding opportunities by extending its demo to all three days of the trade show as well as its consumer festival days? It’s still a bit early to tell, but so far supplier reaction is mixed.

Posted in Industry News Tagged Eurobike
Posted September 1, 2016
The wall of MIPS layers at the company's Eurobike booth. Close to 60 bike helmet brands use MIPS.

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — While MIPS’ origin dates back to 1995, when Swedish neurosurgeon Hans Von Holst began evaluating helmets and studying head trauma, it’s only in recent years that the multi-directional impact protection system has become a buzz word in the bike industry.

Posted in Product/Tech Tagged Eurobike
Posted September 1, 2016
Gaspare Licata (left) and Nicolo Mannoni

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — Selle Royal Group has kept sales and marketing for its Fizik, Brooks, Crankbrothers and Selle Royal brands separate in an effort to not create confusion in the market. But now the Italian company is looking to begin integrating certain functions.

Posted in Industry News Tagged Eurobike
Posted September 1, 2016
BMC Road Machine 01

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — After adding disc brakes and thru-axles the past few years, designers are turning their focus to the overall look of the bike and the results are surprising.

Posted in Product/Tech Tagged Eurobike
Posted September 1, 2016
Panamericana Xplore

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (BRAIN) — Electric assist has clear benefits to commuters or mountain bikers who want to make one more downhill run. But offering tourists a little electric assist seems wrong on many levels.

Posted in Product/Tech Tagged Eurobike

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