The fair BIKE EXPO (21 to 24 July 2011) will put the spotlight on what you have to offer in the line of electric vehicles. This year a unique circle test track will add spice to the e-vehicle exhibition in the E-mobility Hall at the fair.
BIKE EXPO of fair organizer Messe München GmbH will celebrate its third birthday this year. In its short existence, the fair has established itself as a strong platform for electric vehicles. Thanks to ample space, the concentration on trends such as e-mobility and attractive offers, the fair attracted 257 exhibitors with 392 brands in 2010, which was up 45% over 2009. On the first days over 5,700 trade and industry representatives visited the fair and over the weekend (when the fair was open to the general public) over 20,000 visitors packed the fair grounds.
The E-mobility hall turned out to be a special public magnet. Electric vehicles zipped past on the huge test track with massive wooden ramp. Part of the test track was laid out outside the hall, enabling the fast pedelecs to really come into their own.
E-mobility offer in 2011
In 2011 the concept will be extended further. The ramps will be higher, and will at the same time give entry to the e-mobile world in the hall. Visitors will pass under the ramp to the check-in and the premium stalls in the middle of the test track. The stalls at check-in will at the same time be the start of the test track. These stalls will be compact, open to the visitor, with chairs and shelves to make them practical for both visitors and exhibitors.
The exit of the circle test track will at the same time act as a pedestrian bridge, from where visitors will be able to watch the e-mobility action down below on the track.
>> Registration form for check-in stall right next to the test track
>> Registration form for Bike Expo
The e-mobility show will be augmented by the LEV Components Village - a feature which will be of special interest to trade and industry representatives. Here exhibitors from all over the world will present their goods and services in compact stalls grouped together per theme. Everything electric will be together, with lots of space.
>> LEV Components Village
Copy: Nora Manthey
Translation: Christoffel Volschenk
Photo: Messe München GmbH
10 February 2011