One of the highlights in the cycling enthusiasts’ calendar is taking place between 16 and 19 August 2012: ISPO Bike will be opening its doors to exhibitors and trade visitors.
ISPO Bike combines the commercial aspects of the bicycle market with the emotions of cycling. The focus of this year’s bike event will be on the future topic of e-mobility. All aspects of the trendy topic of urban biking will also be presented in Munich. With bicycles, clothing and accessories, Ispo Bike has something for everyone.
In Hall A6, Stand 106, Fidlock will be exhibiting its award-winning fastener systems – based on the Fidlock Principle – that offer perfect solutions for bicycles. Visitors will have the opportunity to witness the high level of flexibility that Fidlock fastener solutions offer in multiple application areas.
As an absolute highlight at the trade fair stand, Fidlock will be presenting new solutions that ensure flexible and secure attachment – and easy release – of various items of biking equipment and accessories. The fastening technology offers the bicycle market completely new opportunities for attaching panniers, drinking flasks, lights or even air pumps to the bike with a quick “snap” and release them again with just one hand. In everyday use, cyclists benefit from a higher level of convenience, making biking more fun without compromising on safety. For example, with magnetic/mechanical connections, cyclists can attach a helmet camera in one smooth motion and position it correctly on the helmet. This means in future it will be possible to experience the fun of downhill biking over and over again!
Further highlights at the trade fair stand include tried-and-tested fasteners such as the user-friendly Fidlock SNAP helmet buckle that revolutionised the traditional helmet buckle. The Fidlock showcase at Ispo Bike 2012 will also include the SNAP push and the new SNAP secure fasteners. It goes without saying that functionality, safety and fun are guaranteed with all Fidlock fastener solutions.
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