AIMExpo’s E-bike Pavilion Goes Big

AIMExpo will host its largest-ever e-bike pavilion, which includes a demo course.

AIMExpo will stage its largest-ever E-bike pavilion in February, and it will include an indoor demo course dedicated to this fast-growing market. E-bike powerhouses BakcouRecon Power Bikes and Surron Canada/USA are slated to be among the exhibitors.

“With nearly 2,000 dealers from around the country in one place, this is the perfect opportunity for e-bike manufacturers to showcase their products and make the right connections,” said Andre Albert, AIMExpo director of marketing and events. “For dealers or retailers considering adding e-bikes to their sales floors, this is where you want to be to try the products, ask the questions and get the information you need to grow your business.”

“AIMExpo is a must-attend event for Surron as we grow our operations and dealer network in North America,” said Graeme Jones, director of marketing, Surron Canada/USA. “One of the biggest draws for us is the convenience of networking with dealers, industry and media all in one place. The floor is always buzzing with positive energy, and the ability to offer demo rides will allow potential new dealers, partners and customers to feel our product in the truest sense. We can’t wait.”

The e-bike market is estimated to grow from $49.7 billion in 2022 to $80.6 billion by 2027, according to market research platform MarketsandMarkets.

“AIMExpo’s e-bike pavilion aims to bring new focus on this flourishing segment to the powersports industry,” Albert said. “E-bikes are unique in that they appeal to two customer bases and bring them together: consumers from traditional motorcycle and scooter markets, and traditional bicycle consumers. E-bikes also help riders explore new options for commuting, recreation, transportation and mobility.”

AIMExpo returns to the Las Vegas Convention Center in four months. Registration has opened, and discounted hotel rates are still available.

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