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Eurobike 2022 starts tomorrow

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Eurobike 2022 starts tomorrow
July 15, 2022 06:06AM
Eurobike 2022 starts tomorrow

Eurobike is the premier bicycle trade show in Europe and one of the largest in the world. This year – for the first time – it’s taking place in Frankfurt, Germany. Once upon a time, electric bikes were a small corner of the show. But times have changed, and these days the main attractions are all the innovative e-bikes on display.To get more news about volt electric bike, you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.

Electrek will be on the show floor right when the doors open to bring you the latest and greatest news and debuts from the bicycling world.To get more news about how much does an electric bike cost, you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.
This year we’re excited to partner with Tern Bicycles, who is sponsoring our coverage. It’s perfect timing too, since chief among the many new debuts we’re expecting to see are some game changing e-bikes and products from Tern.To get more news about bluetooth bike speaker, you can visit magicyclebike.com official website.

It’s been a busy few months for Tern, who has become the undisputed leader in right-sized electric cargo bikes and utility bikes.

Not only did Tern already have several highly acclaimed models of cargo e-bikes in their lineup, but the company has recently unveiled two new e-bikes that have made the brand even more accessible.Just a few months ago, Tern announced a new model known as the Quick Haul, which takes many of Tern’s signature e-bike features and repackages them in a more affordable model for budget-conscious riders who are still looking for a high quality ride.

Tern more recently unveiled the NBD, which also adopts a similar design for a small-format cargo bike with big cargo capacity. But this time, the new frame with a low-step-through design is built to fit smaller riders and those with accessibility issues.The two new e-bike models and all the other e-bikes in Tern’s lineup will be at Tern’s Eurobike booth for the public to check out. Those who want to get an even more intimate experience with the bikes should head over to Terns’ outdoor booth (F10.0/D04) in the cargo bike demo area to take a spin on Tern’s e-bikes and feel for themselves what a “right-sized” cargo e-bike feels like. Anyone wanting to try the NBD specifically can find it in the second test area at Hartje’s booth (F12.0/I15).

Of particular interest to businesses will be Tern’s participation in the Cargo Business Bike Panel on July 14 at 11:30 a.m. on the Pink Stage in Hall 8. Tern’s heavy-hauling cargo e-bikes are popular with many commercial users due to their rugged designs. They’re built to withstand daily commercial use, not just light consumer use, which should also be another good indication for consumers that these bikes are overbuilt to last for a generation.

We’ll be sure to get some saddle time on Tern’s bikes, and you can be looking for that in our summary video as well as likely a few dedicated testing videos too. To get an idea of what we’re in for, check out our Eurobike video below from last year’s event to see the wide variety of cool e-bikes that will be at the show.Anti-lock brakes aren’t just for cars and motorcycles anymore. Now electric bikes will be able to take advantage of the important safety innovation thanks to Shimano and Blubrake teaming up for a new product launch.

The goal is to reduce the chance of the front wheel locking up or the rear wheel lifting up, even during panic braking. While that might make it harder to pull off some sweet tricks, it’s a much safer way to brake for the millions of riders out there who rely on bikes for daily transportation.

The design is being offered by Shimano to manufacturers that can integrate the hardware into the frame of a cargo bike, keeping a sleek design without added bulk.Super73 confirmed to Electrek that they’ll be in attendance with the bulk of their German team, and they’ll also have some of their US team on site, including CEO LeGrand Crewse.

The company will be showing off its wide line of motorcycle-inspired electric bikes that rely heavily on 70s’ and 80s’ minibike styling.Last year we borrowed a couple Super73 electric bikes from the company’s Eurobike booth and had our own little Eurotrip across Germany with them. It was quite an adventure, to say the least!

Despite Super73 unveiling a concept electric motorcycle earlier this year, we’ve been told to not get our hopes up for seeing it in Frankfurt. However, it could make an appearance at EICMA 2022, the Milan Motorcycle Show, so we’ll keep our fingers crossed there.
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