2. - 3. October 2021

At the public trade fair for bicycles, new urban mobility and travel, exhibitors will present current bicycle models, e-bikes, city and trekking bikes and racing bikes.

Velo Berlin

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The VeloBerlin is a visitors' fair all about bicycles and urban mobility. At the former Tempelhof Airport, around 500 international brands and over 270 exhibitors will present the complete range of bicycles, including city and trekking bikes, e-bikes, single speeders, mountain bikes and racing bikes (also with electric drive), children's and youth bikes as well as special bikes. Visitors will have the opportunity to buy the bicycles and accessories on offer at the trade fair.
Several theme-specific special shows present innovations and trends in the bicycle industry at VeloBerlin. Suppliers of "bike boxes", for example, will show how bicycles will be protected in the future. The "Smart Cycling" exhibition offers an overview of innovations in the field of "networked bicycles". In the supporting programme, visitors can find out about worldwide bicycle travel, e-mobility and ergonomics.

New bicycle models on test track

Special highlights of the bicycle fair are bicycle shows, four test tracks and an outdoor test track where visitors can try out the latest bicycle models. If you would like to learn more about the art of cycling, you can also take part in training sessions where you can learn how to ride a bike.
Velo Berlin 2018
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Photos: VeloBerlin

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Airport Tempelhof

Tempelhofer Damm 45
12101 Berlin
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Public transportation

Tempelhof Airport
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Tempelhof Airport

Inner-city Tempelhof Airport is famous for its large terminal building and the Airlift during the Berlin Blockade. Since flight operations ceased in 2008, the site has been turned into a vast public park. more

Last edited: 6. April 2021