eurobike frankfurt 2022
about the eurobike bike exhibition
Stepping into the Eurobike Frankfurt 2022 was like stepping into a different world. A world where cycling was not just a mode of transport, but a way of life.
The air was thick with anticipation and excitement, as enthusiasts from all over the globe gathered to witness the latest innovations in cycling technology.
Our booth was a beacon of innovation amidst the sea of exhibits.
Our products - the mid-motor, hub motor, alloy rim, and conversion kits - were on display, their sleek designs and impressive power specifications drawing appreciative glances from passersby.
One particular moment that stood out was when a professional cyclist decided to test our mid-motor. As he pedaled away, the crowd watched in anticipation. The smooth hum of the mid-motor and the seamless ride left a lasting impression on him. His enthusiastic endorsement sparked interest among other visitors, leading to lively discussions around our booth.
some history of frankfurt
Frankfurt, often referred to as the “smallest metropolis in the world”, is a city that beautifully marries the old with the new.
With its skyline punctuated by towering skyscrapers and its streets echoing the tales of a bygone era, Frankfurt is a city that promises an enriching experience.
Whether it’s the bustling marketplace of Roemerberg or the tranquil beauty of the River Main, Frankfurt is a city that has something for everyone.
The history of Frankfurt is as fascinating as its landscape. The city’s origins can be traced back to a hill at a ford in the Main River. Over the centuries, Frankfurt developed into a significant financial center, earning it the nickname of the "smallest metropolis in the world.
The city’s historical journey is marked by several noteworthy events. In 794, a letter from Emperor Charlemagne mentioned Frankfurt as "that famous place".
In 843, Frankfurt became an important royal palatinate of the Eastern Franconians and was often chosen as the site for parliaments. By 1220, Frankfurt had become a free imperial city.
The city continued to play a significant role in shaping history. It was here that the Franco-Prussian war officially ended in 1871 with the Peace of Frankfurt. The city expanded in the 19th century, incorporating Bornheim and becoming one of the largest cities in Germany for a short time.
Today, Frankfurt stands as a testament to its rich past while embracing the future with open arms. It’s not just a city; it’s a living, breathing chronicle of history and progress.