LEADING THE TRENDS 09 Visitor Information Friedrichshafen, Germany
September 2 â€“ 5, 2009 www.eurobike-show.com
to the Global Show.
1,000 exhibitors from 42 countries. 68 % international participation. 100,000 m2 for big bike business: these are figures which speak for themselves and for the EUROBIKE as the world’s leading trade fair in its branch. For four days – five if you count the DEMO DAY – the cycling world looks to Friedrichshafen. At the EUROBIKE, the future is the present. The coming trends première here. New alliances and networks are formed here. And this is the place for brands to prepare their successes. As the branch’s most important community platform, the EUROBIKE perfectly brings together industry and trade. This is thanks in no small part to the emotional presentation of the “cycling” theme. It is hardly surprising that the whole cycling world enjoys visiting the EUROBIKE every year.
The focus: each item is a highlight.
The EUROBIKE is miles ahead of other trade fairs. It has product premières, market novelties and testing facilities you won’t find anywhere else. The side events are also clearly structured and geared towards the visitors’ requirements. The EUROBIKE DEMO DAY is the place for trade and media to get together on the test track under real conditions. The EUROBIKE AWARD honours the best from the branch. The EUROBIKE Fashion Show presents those garments which will be “en vogue” on the saddle next season. HOLIDAY ON BIKE serves the bicycle tourism market on the public day. TRAVEL TALK takes a look at developments and trends from the “Tourism by bike” segment. The dirt demo track and the EUROBIKE Party, which attract thousands of visitors, stir up enthusiasm.
The dress rehearsal out in the wild. New bikes and new equipment generate new experiences, literally. And these experiences are made under real conditions on the DEMO DAY of the EUROBIKE (Tuesday, Sept. 1), one day before the start of the trade fair. The ideal conditions for the 3rd EUROBIKE DEMO DAY prevail in the charming, hospitable Ratzenried (municipality of Argenb端hl), which is only a forty-minute drive from the exhibition centre. Between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., trade and media are offered sufficient opportunity to test numerous bikes and pieces of equipment under tough conditions. From 8.50 a.m., shuttle buses leave Entrance West to take visitors to the DEMO DAY grounds every 20 minutes. A shuttle bus leaves Memmingen airport at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Guests arriving by shuttle bus from Zurich airport can easily change at the exhibition centre. For reservations and all detailed information: www.eurobike-demoday.com
Hall allocation EUROBIKE 2009 Rothaus-Hall A1 Bikes, accessories, component manufacturers, focus: â€œThe Roadâ€?, Italian Pavilion Hall A2 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall A3 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall A4 Bike fashion, accessories, fashion show Hall A5 Accessories, parts, Taiwanese Pavilion Hall A6 Bikes, accessories, parts, Taiwanese Pavilion
Hall A7 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall B1 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall B2 Bikes, accessories, focus: helmets, eyewear, Taiwanese Pavilion Hall B3 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall B4 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall B5 Bikes, accessories, parts Hall E1 Bikes, accessories
Zeppelin Hall BICO, bikes, accessories, parts, focus: electric bikes, motorised bikes, ExtraEnergy test course for electric bikes Open Air Grounds West Mountain bike and BMX course
Open Air Grounds East Electric bikes, motorised bikes, test course for electric bikes Foyer East / Entrance East Trade visitor registration, specialist press, Service Center, TRAVEL TALK (8th Bike and Tourism Congress: Friday, Sept. 4, 2009), HOLIDAY ON BIKE travel market for tourism by bike (only Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009)
Foyer West / Entrance West Trade visitor registration, EUROBIKE AWARD, specialist press, Service Center (bank, tourist information, Passage East travel agency, meeting point, shop), Bikes, accessories, specialist press project management, exhibitor service, photocopying service, job market, publishers, EUROBIKE VISION: recumbent bikes, trikes, folding Quidem veteres special inter panetur honeste, qui vel mense brevi vel toto est bikes, innovations, shows: iunior anno.” Utor permisso, caudaeque pilos ut equinae paulatim EUROBIKE steht fürinInnovation, nisi Kreativität und Zeitgeist. bikeDie literature, aerodynamics vello et virtutem, demo etiam unum, dum cadat elusus ratione. cycling Nirgendwo sonst bekommt der Handel so viele Impulse, gibt
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First-class side events
EUROBIKE AWARD Europeâ€™s leading competition for all products connected to cycling, held in conjunction with iF Design, rewards excellent innovations. Presentation of the award Wednesday, September 2 6 p.m. Fashion Show Stage, Hall A4 Exhibition of the award-winning products in Foyer West. EUROBIKE Fashion Show The latest colours, trendy cuts, new functions: visit the attractive EUROBIKE Fashion Show to discover the future of bike fashion. Or, in other words: the up-coming collections by all leading manufacturers at a glance. Daily at 11 a.m., 2 and 4 p.m., Hall A4 EUROBIKE TRAVEL TALK In symposiums and workshops, experts discuss developments and trends in cycling tourism. This is where the branch gathers for information and to obtain input about tomorrowâ€™s tourism ideas. Friday, September 4 11 a.m. Conference Centre East, Foyer East, upper floor For a detailed programme, see: www.eurobike-traveltalk.com Zeppelin Hall: home base for e-bikes The latest trend is electric bikes: hence, LEVs will be taking up more of the limelight than ever. The entire Zeppelin Hall and the Open Air Grounds East are dedicated to the subject of e-bikes. Two test courses convey the best way to experience the products.
HOLIDAY ON BIKE As a “trade fair within the trade fair”, HOLIDAY ON BIKE offers over 80 providers a first-class presentation platform. The specific topic of cycling tourism has been enjoying great popularity amongst visitors for years – organisers, cycling hotels and bike-orientated holiday regions alike. • Tourism regions and associations • International organisers of cycling holidays • Publishers, agencies with cycling maps, and much more • Mountain bike and cycling hotels Saturday, September 5 Foyer East EUROBIKE-Party Let’s have a party: the extended family of cycling enthusiasts meets up on Friday, at the end of the trade fair, on the outdoor area and in the atrium. A mixture of open-air concert, food and drink, dance floor feeling and free shuttle bus to the hotels are what go into making a great party. Friday, September 4 From 6.30 p.m., Open Air Grounds West and atrium EUROBIKE VISION The name says it all: the EUROBIKE VISION presents everything imaginable to do with bikes: from the recumbent bike through to the fashionable sport of trike riding. Take a test drive in front of Entrance West. Foyer West
Have a good trip! Our service.
Zurich airport – EUROBIKE (travel time, approx. 2 hours) Zurich – EUROBIKE Entrance West Tue 8, 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Wed-Fri 7.30, 8, 8.30, 9.30 Sat
and 11 a.m. 8 and 9 a.m.
EUROBIKE Entrance West – Zurich Tue 7 p.m. Wed-Fri 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 p.m. Sat 2, 3, 4, 5 and 5.30 p.m. Memmingen airport (travel time, approx. 1 hour) Memmingen – EUROBIKE Entrance East
Tue 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wed-Sat 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. EUROBIKE Entrance East – Memmingen
Wed-Sat 1 and 4 p.m.
Bus on September 1, 2009 (day before the trade fair) Free shuttle bus between the airport, trade fair and the town. Between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m., every 30 minutes. EUROBIKE hotel shuttle buses NEW in 2009: twice in the morning! Arrival at the EUROBIKE: 8 and 9.30 a.m. Departure EUROBIKE: Wed-Thu 6.30 and 8 p.m. Fri 6.30 p.m. Sat 6 p.m. Airport Express (no. 18) Leaves Friedrichshafen airport every 30 minutes. Messe Express (no. 17) Every 20 minutes from the city station and port station (ferry jetty).
www.eurobike-show.com (Travel & Accommodation)
free shuttle bus
Munich Constance Bregenz (Austria)
Flights Flights to Friedrichshafen • www.lufthansa.com (worldwide, via the hub of Frankfurt) • www.intersky.biz (Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, Cologne, Münster, Graz, Vienna, Naples, Paris, Nice, Zadar and Split) • www.ryanair.com (LondonStansted, Dublin and Liverpool) Flights to Zurich Hub for intercontinental flights, and serving the whole of Europe. We recommend the following portals: • www.opodo.de • www.ebookers.de Flights to Memmingen • www.tui-fly.de (Rome, Palermo, Naples, Brindisi, Catania, Milan,
Innsbruck, Munich, Valencia, Thessaloniki, Palma de Mallorca, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne) •w ww.ryanair.com (London, Barcelona, Alicante, Pisa)
Accommodation Tourist information Friedrichshafen Sandra Barkmann Tel +49 7541 301513 Fax +49 7541 72588 firstname.lastname@example.org www.friedrichshafen.info
Visitors’ service Tel +49 7541 708-405 Tel +49 7541 708-404 Fax +49 7541 708-110 email@example.com
LEADING THE TRENDS 09 Opening times Wednesday, Sept. 2 until Friday, Sept. 4: 8.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5 (public day): 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission prices for trade visitors
„EUROBIKE ROUTEFINDER“ will be published for the exhibition and available from displays free of charge.
Advance Sale 1-day ticket 2-day ticket 3-day ticket 4-day ticket
€ 14,– € 23,– € 31,– € 36,–
Ticket counter 1-day ticket 2-day ticket 3-day ticket 4-day ticket
€ 21,– € 33,– € 43,– € 52,–
Admission prices on the public day Advance Sale/Ticket counter Day-ticket € 13,– Discount day ticket
(free of charge for children under 6: discount applies to children 6-16, schoolchildren, students, youths, pensioners, disabled visitors, persons doing military service)
Messe Friedrichshafen GmbH Neue Messe 1 88046 Friedrichshafen/Germany Tel.: +49 7541 708-0 Fax: +49 7541 708-110 www.messe-friedrichshafen.de
Published on Jul 13, 2009