On the last day of the BIKE EXPO 2010 (on 25 July) ExtraEnergy will present a special LEV training seminar in English. The wide-ranging program will cover issues such as the LEV market in European countries outside Germany, the future of light electric vehicles and new technology. The seminar will be free to exhibitors.
The bicycle fair BIKE EXPO of Messe München GmbH will this year take place from 22 to 25 July. The focus of this young bicycle fair is on urban transport, especially of the electric kind. As supporting sponsor, ExtraEnergy organizes the complete e-transport Hall C4, where the organization will lead visitors through the exciting world of LEVs with an extensive supporting program.
Special seminar for international visitors
On the last day (25 July) ExtraEnergy will present a special seminar in English, which will be free to exhibitors and members of EnergyBus. All they have to do, is register. Other interested people may also register now. The program will focus on the LEV market in European countries outside Germany, the future of light electric vehicles, new technology and opportunities for LEV manufacturers.
Registration form and program on 25 July (in English as PDF)
Registration form (in German) for the seminar on 25 July (as PDF)
Busy seminar program
Apart from the seminar in English on Sunday, lectures will be given on the ExtraEnergy stage in Hall C4 on every day of the fair (22, 23, 24 and 25 July). In addition, day-long training workshops for traders will be held on 22 and 23 July. Traders may still submit their completed registration forms for the workshops, where tips will be given for the successful and safe selling of pedelecs and e-bikes and participants may select to earn certificates for dangerous goods.
Registration form and program (as PDF) (in German only)
Complete LEV supporting program (as PDF)
Exhibiting for late-comers
The pedelec and e-bike test track in Hall C4 is the biggest of its kind on any fair. Several manufacturers will make the latest models of their vehicles available for test rides. Anyone who still wants to participate with a CheckIn stand positioned right on the test track, may still register.
CheckIn registration form (as PDF)
Copy: Nora Manthey
Translation: Christoffel Volschenk
Photo: Susanne Brüsch
14 July 2010