The 25th Eurobike will hold some changes in concept for next year. The testing opportunities of Demo Day for instance, which until now took place on the day before the trade show, will be integrated as a permanent component of the Eurobike. This means that testing services will be even better for trade visitors and in the future for bike fans too.
Another innovation for Eurobike 2016 will be the introduction of a second public day on the Sunday, so that even more consumers can come indulge their love of all things bike. As a result, the 25th Eurobike will be held with the altered timetable of Wednesday, August 31, to Sunday, September 4, 2016. Wednesday to Friday is reserved for trade visitors while the weekend is specifically dedicated to consumers.
“We have initiated these concept changes to help further stimulate worldwide enthusiasm for two-wheeled mobility. We are pleased that numerous influential partners are already firmly convinced that this is a step in the right direction. Of course, all the Eurobike participants are fully aware that this also presents new challenges that will need to be overcome,” explain Messe Friedrichshafen CEO Klaus Wellmann and Eurobike Head Stefan Reisinger.