Bikes made from bamboo, electric skateboards and hydrogen-powered eBikes are among the vehicles at MOVE 2020 that takes place at London ExCel from 11-12 February 2020.
Whether catering for the first and last mile of a journey, or providing sustainable solutions for developing economies, the event’s test track showcases the latest in mobility technology.
Cormac Martin, MOVE 2020 conference director, says. “The way we travel and move around cities, both in the UK and internationally, is changing. MOVE shines a light on the creative solutions and disruptors paving a way towards sustainable travel and the test track is the best place in London to experience what’s in store.”
Companies demonstrating vehicles include: Pragma Mobility (hydrogen-powered eBikes); Bamboo Bikes; Boosted Boards (electric skateboards); Solar E-Cycles Kenya Ltd (solar powered electric bikes); Spin (dockless shared scooters); Bird Rides (electric scooters); Gura Rides (electric bikes); Delfast Bikes (electric bikes – longest range available); WheelKinetic (compact electric scooter); Simplemobility (eScooter); Cycl (electric bike accessories); Unicorn Electrics (electric bikes); Gleam Technologies; and Ebike Labs (eBike sharing provider).