IAA Mobility hosts World Cycling Forum for second time 

The major transport show IAA Mobility is once again hosting the World Cycling Forum, with attendees for the forum being offered free access to the whole of the IAA exhibition. 

Taking place from September 5-6 in Munich, Germany, IAA Mobility is an international event for figures from the micromobility, bicycle, automotive, and tech industries to meet and present their solutions to a B2B audience. 

The World Cycling Forum (WCF) brings together bike industry experts and key stakeholders to discuss ways to improve the bicycle market. 

Using industry data to stimulate growth, the effect of the circular economy and e-bikes, how to respond to governmental legislation, and being prepared for an increasingly digital future are just some of the topics that will be discussed in 2023 at the WCF.

 “IAA Mobility is the world’s most important mobility platform. This year in Munich we will bring together the entire spectrum of climate-friendly mobility once again,” says Jürgen Mindel, managing director for VDA. “We are pleased that the World Cycling Forum, as our partner, will once again provide a venue for a future-oriented exchange within the framework of IAA Mobility.”

All participants in the WCF will receive free access to IAA Mobility, which takes place at Messe Munchen.  

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“We are very pleased that the World Cycling Forum has chosen IAA Mobility as its venue for the second time in a row after 2021,” says division manager at Messe Munchen GmbH Tobias Gröber. “This illustrates the high priority that the cycling sector has at IAA Mobility. We’re looking forward to stimulating discussions about the sustainable mobility of the future.” 

Registration, agenda and more information will be available soon at www.worldcyclingforum.org.  

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