|For immediate publication - a sample copy would be much appreciated!
ExtraEnergy & Taipei Cycle Show
Collaboration renewed in 2020
From 4th to 7th March 2020, ExtraEnergy and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will invite to Taipei Cycle Show in Taipei, Taiwan.
- CHECK-IN booth with direct access to Test IT Track
- Test IT Track: indoor and outdoor
- TaiNEX 2, 4th floor
ExtraEnergy and TAITRA are already collaborating for 16 years.
TAITRA is Taiwan's foremost nonprofit trade promoting organization. Sponsored by the government and industry organizations, TAITRA assists enterprises to expand their global reach.
ExtraEnergy is carrying out independent e-bike and pedelec tests since 1992.
The founders realised from the start that these vehicles need to be experienced first-hand.
Starting with the LEV Congress at Taipei Cycle Show in 2004, ExtraEnergy and TAITRA are organizing the Test IT Track at Taipei Cycle Show since 2008.
In 2020, ExtraEnergy and TAITRA are crowning their collaboration with an exclusive Test IT Track at the 4th floor at TaiNEX 2.
Test IT Track
The indoor Test IT Track at TaiNEX 2, 4th floor, has 3,750 sqm and is specially designed for electric bikes.
In good weather conditions, the outside test track will be opened for test rides. Outdoor, the test track features a track with 10 % slope. Participating pedelecs/e-bikes will be tested by hundreds of visitors during the show.
Co-exhibition at Test IT Track
For exhibitors and non-exhibitors in hall 1 an 2, TAITRA and ExtraEnergy are offering Check-IN booths directly at the Test IT Track in hall 2.
The Check-IN booths at the Test IT Track include:
In addition, ExtraEnergy will ones again organize the LEV Components Special Exhibition which will also be located at Taipei Cycle Show at the 4th floor at TaiNEX 2.
- 9 sqm presentation space
- Lighting wall
- Advertising print optional
- Booth construction
Become Sponsor of Test IT Track
Manufacturers are also welcome to become brand ambassadors as sponsors of the Test IT Track at Taipei Cycle Show.
Download booking form:
ExtraEnergy Test IT Track:
LEV Components Special Exhibition:
Imagefilm Test IT Track:
Founded in 1970, TAITRA is Taiwan's foremost nonprofit trade promoting organization. Sponsored by the government and industry organizations, TAITRA assists enterprises to expand their global reach. Headquartered in Taipei, TAITRA has a team of 1,300 specialists and operates 5 local offices in Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Taichung, Tainan and Kaohsiung as well as 60 branches worldwide. Together with Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) and Taiwan Trade Center (TTC), TAITRA has formed a global network dedicated to promoting world trade.
ExtraEnergy has carried out independent e-bike and pedelec tests since 1992. Since then the organisation has established itself as the most influential information, user protection and promotional organisation for light electric vehicles (LEVs) worldwide.
The founders realised from the start that these vehicles need to be experienced first-hand. Since 1997 the Test IT Track has been on the road, and today has three units for the Test IT Show. ExtraEnergy is also rooted at its test facility in Tanna, where 27 years of test reports and LEV history are on display at the LEV Museum.
Other services on offer include presentations and exhibitions at trade and public shows, plus information distribution with the assistance of correspondents worldwide.
Alongside our physical presence, www.extraenergy.org provides a treasure-house of information online. With support from the European Union and the IEA (International Energy Agency), in 2012 the Go Pedelec! Handbook was published in German, English, Dutch, Hungarian, Czech, Italian, Spanish and Chinese, including much new information and best practice studies for electric-assist two-wheelers.
As founding members of the EnergyBus and BATSO (Battery Safety Organisation) associations, ExtraEnergy is also active on both the ISO (International Standards Organisation) Standards Committee, with a focus on mechanical standardisation, and on the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), and so helps set safety and communication standards for LEVs worldwide.
For immediate publication - a sample copy would be much appreciated!