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The EUROBIKE AWARD, the renowned award for innovative, high-quality products in the bicycle and future mobility industry is being further expanded for 2024 following its successful restart last year.

Against a backdrop of international challenges, including climate change, digitalisation, urbanisation and demographic change, innovations from the smart mobility sector and the bike industry are making an important contribution to the shift towards sustainable mobility. Seize the opportunity to enter your product and project innovations in the nine categories of the EUROBIKE AWARD 2024. 

“To win a EUROBIKE Award as an e-scooter manufacturer is a clear indication that the bike industry views itself as a holistic future mobility industry."


You can enter your products and projects in nine different categories for the EUROBIKE AWARD – Bikes, E-Bikes, Lightweight Electric Vehicles up to 45km/h, Electric Vehicles , Components, Accessories, Clothing and Accessories, Digital Solutions, Concepts, Mobility Solutions and Infrastructure. It is also possible to enter prototypes and one-off pieces for the award.

You’re a start-up? Even better, we support you with discounted participation rates!

You’ll find all the information you need in the submission documents.

Why take part in the Award

  • Exhibition of the winning products in hall 8
  • Online Gallery on our Website
  • Grand award ceremony at EUROBIKE
  • Winning Label for your communication
  • Social Media service on our channels
  • Gold-Award winning clips for your social media

Submission Documents


Overview key dates:

Submission closing date:         24 April 2024, 23:59 (CET)

Pre-selection:                             02 May 2024

Expert panel meeting:               06 & 07 June 2024

Award ceremony:                       03 July 2024



Bikes, E-Bikes, Lightweight Electric Vehicles up to 45km/h, Electric Vehicles , Components, Accessories, Clothing and Accessories, Digital Solutions, Concepts, Mobility Solutions and Infrastructure. It is also possible to enter prototypes and one-off pieces for the Award.

Entries are evaluated by the eight members of the expert panel according to the following criteria:

  • Degree of innovation
  • Functionality
  • Design
  • Workmanship and choice of materials
  • Sustainability

Designers, developers, manufacturers, start-ups and importers in the bike and mobility industries may enter their new products and innovations – regardless of whether they are exhibiting at EUROBIKE 2024 or not.


The EUROBIKE AWARDS 2024 are chosen by an independent panel of judges The panel is composed of international experts from the bike, mobility, and design sectors. 


Sabine Spitz rode her first mountain bike race at the age of 21 in 1993 in her local Black Forest region – and then went on to enjoy a successful career in the sport. She’s won pretty much every mountain bike race event going and is Germany’s first and only Olympic champion, world champion and European champion. Sabine Spitz ended her professional career at the mountain bike marathon world championships in September 2019. She now supports mountain bike athletes as a coach and trainer and is a mountain bike commentator for Eurosport/ Discovery+.


Passionate cyclist and mother of three children, Maike Larschow used to ride downhill and can now be mostly found out on a road her gravel bike. She’s a sales manager with bike retailer Rad & Sport Cuxhaven, which was founded in 1993.


Daniel Rese studied integrated design at the University of Art and Design Offenbach (HfG Offenbach) and is a designer and founder of the ‘radraum’ bike drop-in centre in Offenbach am Main.

During his studies at HfG Offenbach, he started freelancing in multi-modal mobility, architecture, digital systems, and industrial design. 

He’s a research associate at both HfG Offenbach and the Offenbach Institute für Mobility Design. As such, he supports the Integrated Design departments, supervises seminars, and works for the institute on future-proof mobility research projects. In addition to his focus on mobility and his passion for cycling, Daniel is convinced that integrated design should be implemented in all areas of society.


Christian Zanzotti heads up the Zanzotti Industrial Design studio that he founded in 2013 in a former a former machine shop in the creative quarter of Munich. The studio is involved in a broad spectrum of projects, ranging from automotive and mobility to furniture, consumer goods and lifestyle products, and includes orders for international clients such as Audi, Deutsche Telekom or UNU Motors. It also produces its own limited-edition items. Zanzotti Industrial Design conducts regular in-house development work and design studies to explore the status quo in materials and manufacturing technologies, which in turn form the basis for cutting-edge product development.


While at school and university in Weimar, Bielefeld and Leipzig, David Koßmann was already working in various bike shops. Following a successful work placement, he became a professional bike writer in 2008, starting out with pressedienst-fahrrad (pd-f) in Göttingen as a sub-editor. While he was there, he co-founded ‘fahrstil’ Germany’s first ever bike culture magazine in 2010, and has been editor-in-chief ever since. He also works as editor, author, translator, and proof-reader for pd-f, velonauten and


Warren Rossiter is BikeRadar and Cycling Plus magazine's senior technical editor for road and gravel. He’s been testing bikes for more than 20 years and has an encyclopaedic knowledge of road cycling. For over a decade, he’s been the mastermind behind the BikeRadar Road Bike of the Year test. Warren is also a regular presenter on the BikeRadar Podcast and on BikeRadar’s YouTube channel. In his time as a cycling journalist, Warren has written for Mountain Biking UK, What Mountain Bike, Urban Cyclist, Procycling, Cyclingnews, Total Bike, Total Mountain Bike and T3. Over the years, Warren has written about thousands of bikes and tested more than 2,500 – from budget road bikes to five-figure superbikes. He has covered all the major innovations in cycling this century, and reported from launches, trade shows and industry events in Europe, Asia, Australia, North American and Africa. While Warren loves fast road bikes and the latest gravel bikes, he also believes electric bikes are the future of transport. You’ll regularly find him commuting on an e-bike and he longs for the day when everyone else follows suit.


After studying engineering at Chemnitz  Technical University, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hübler started working as a design engineer with MZ Engineering GmbH and was involved motorbike framebuilding and overall vehicle development. He then returned to Chemnitz Technical University to work as a research associate in conveyor systems and logistics. In 2013, he completed his PhD in drive technology, which underlines his interest in advanced research in this area. During this time, he co-founded ZPmoto GmbH, where he was a partner and development director. His focus here was the development of ZPsport and providing consultancy to bike manufacturers for concept and development.

In 2017, he became professor for intelligent machine systems at Mittweida University, where he leads specialisation in micromobility on the mechanical engineering programme. Research teams in this area work on sustainable future mobility solutions, innovative electromotive drive systems and their integration in frame structures, and sensory integration in machine parts using additive manufacturing.

Since September 2021, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hübler also heads up the Steinbeis Transfer Center Climate-Neutral Micromobility (CNM), which promotes and advances innovations and strategies primarily in the bike mobility sector.

Parlamentarischer Abend der Verbände der Fahrradwirtschaft (BVZF, VSF und ZIV)

Dirk Zedler is founder and managing director of the Zedler – Institut für Fahrradtechnik und -Sicherheit GmbH (Institute for bike technology and safety) As a chartered engineer, he is also a publicly appointed and sworn expert for bikes and e-bikes (IHK Stuttgart), and a member of the Chamber of industry and Commerce (IHK) panel of examiners and deputy chairman of Zukunft Fahrrad e.V.

Since it was founded in 1993, he has been working to promote professionalism in the bike industry and improve the status of bicycles and pedelecs.



A renowned jury of experts from the bike and mobility industry evaluated over 300 submitted products based on the degree of innovation, functionality, sustainability, design as well as processing quality and material selection.

Congratulations to the 45 winners! In particular, 9 entries received the EUROBIKE Award in Gold as well as the two winners of the GREEN and START-UP Awards.


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Martina Rumschick

Project Manager Congress & Events & Award

Martina Rumschick