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Electric Bike Show

Corkagh Park, Saturday 27th April - Sunday 28th April 2019

Electric Bike Show combining electric bike test-rides, family fun & tasty food.

Ireland's first ever eBike Show, at Dublin's Corkagh Park cycle test track, with options to test and trial eBikes on a special test cycle track. Some of the biggest and best electric bike brands will be in attendance over the weekend including: Haibike, Raleigh, Winora, Stromer, Riese & Muller, Orbea as well as eCargo bikes from Urban Arrow and Tern. Trial one, some, or all of the best models from the world's greatest eBike manufacturers in all categories including cargo, sport & city and off-road. There will also be models for you to ride from the eMTB range. Want an exhilarating experience? Jump on and trial a full-suspension eBike on the off-road test track! Take a wonderful Guided Electric Bike Tour and see the real potential of these super machines. There will also be fun Electric Cargo Bike Races.

Start your day at the Electric Bike Show with delicious roasted coffee & fresh pastries each morning between 11am-12pm, prepared by Probus Deli & Wine Bar. Enjoy some live music, tasty food and camping to make this a really fun weekend for all the family! Home-made delicious Lunch is available for €5 but tickets must be purchased in advance (money cannot be taken at the event).

Saturday 27th April - Sunday 28th April 2019
11.00am - 6.00pm
€0 - €5.85
Corkagh Park, Naas Road, Newlands Cross, Dublin 22, Ireland

Google Map of Corkagh Park, Naas Road, Newlands Cross, Dublin 22, Ireland


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