They include the Nyon on-board eBike computer with new functions. In addition, visitors can test the Cycling with an epower boost is gaining steadily in popularity in and around Munich. In Munich nearly 20 percent of journeys are currently made by bicycle, so compared with other German cities the Bavarian capital has the highest proportion of distances covered by bicycle. Many Munich cyclists use pedelecs. To take this development forward and ease pressure on roads and the environment, the city is investing € 30 million in promoting the purchase of battery-powered vehicles and setting up a battery-charging infrastructure from April 2016 onwards. Electromobility is high on the agenda at the f.re.e travel and leisure fair, too. Bosch eBike Systems is exhibiting its latest products at the f.re.e. Performance Line CX, specially developed by Bosch for eMountain bikers, and various eBike models made by different manufacturers on the on-site cycle track.
This year at the fair a large number of eBike manufacturers are represented in the fair's bicycle section. “For eBikers and those who might like to become eBikers the fair is an opportunity to gain an overview of the latest trends and innovations before the season gets started,” says Tamara Winograd, Press spokeswoman for Bosch eBike Systems.
The new functions of the Nyon all-in-one on-board computer make eBiking even more fun. The MTB route profile takes eMountain bikers along remote roads and off-road routes. Thanks to the GPX import function, tours that you have planned yourself can be uploaded to the on-board computer by an app or an online portal to enable you to follow them. You can test the bikes at extensively at the f.re.e fair next week.