Eurobike’s second edition in Frankfurt is already fully booked for exhibitors, with last year’s record numbers eclipsed by another 400 registered exhibiting companies.
The annual German event has expanded its exhibition space as exhibitor numbers have jumped from 1,500 in 2022 to around 1,900 this year.
The 31st Eurobike will be held from Wednesday 21st June to Sunday 25th June 25, with festival days open to the public on the Saturday and Sunday.
Last year was the first time Eurobike had been held away from its original home in Friedrichshafen and marked a return after Covid forced its cancelation in 2020 and 2021.
At a time when the industry is being challenged by a number of global trends, event organiser Stefan Reisinger says the 2023 Eurobike will be unprecedented in its diversity of exhibitors, representation of international brands and level of innovation.
That includes a notable rise in the exhibitors from the East Asia.
Eurobike’s changes for 2023 include:
- A hall dedicated to suppliers and component manufacturers focused entirely on forging B2B relationships. The area will only be used on the first three days of the trade fair.
- Expansion of the Future Mobility Hall for startups and innovations, LEVs, infrastructure, cargo bikes and accessories.
- A more prominent location for the Eurobike Career Center and Eurobike Jobmarket that debuted last year.
- A hall dedicated to sports and performance in road biking, gravel and mountain biking, indoor cycling and bike packing.
- The return of the Eurobike Awards, which will be the first time they are presented as part of a Frankfurt based edition of Eurobike.