Costly InTube Systems Dominate E-Bike Offering at Eurobike

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – 1.3 million euro costs the license for an InTube battery system, according to sources. At least that’s said about the one Bosch is selling for its frame-integrated batteries that come with its drive-units and other components. This license derives from the InTube battery patent that is now owned jointly by Accell and Bosch. It presents the leading drive systems maker the right to exclusively sell the license. This and other patented InTube systems are dominating the e-bike offering at the 28th Eurobike that started yesterday.
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Eurobike Features Special Cargo Bike Area with 32 Specialist Suppliers

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany – Sales figures for cargo bikes are soaring. And in particular for models where an electric motor is propelling the bike, rider as well as load. At the upcoming 4 – 7 September Eurobike trade show almost all relevant companies will be presenting their newest MY 2020 payload solutions. The Eurobike Academy program also reflects the trend theme.
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Accell D-A-CH Premieres MY 2020 Bikes in Mainz, Not at Eurobike

MAINZ, Germany – The premiere of the Accell D-A-CH order days, which took place yesterday and during the weekend, results in the fact that Accell Group will not exhibit at Eurobike this year. During a four-day event, Europe’s leading premium bicycle supplier presented the Haibike, Ghost, Winora, Koga, Lapierre and Babboe 2020 collections to its dealers and trade partners in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and the Eastern European countries.
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