All info about registration and the categories as well as evaluation criteria.

All information about the EUROBIKE Award 2023

The Eurobike Award 2023, the prestigious award for innovative and high-quality products in the bicycle and future mobility industry, will be presented for the first time at Messe Frankfurt after a one-year break and the relocation of the leading international trade fair Eurobike from Lake Constance to the Main River - with the German Design Council as a competent partner at its side.

Look forward to a grand award ceremony and the central award exhibition in Future Mobility Hall 8, where all awards will be presented throughout the trade fair period. Benefit from the reputation of the EUROBIKE Award and use the award as a marketing tool to position your products on the market.

The most important timings at a glance:


Submission:                       until April 14, 2023

Pre-Jury:                             April 26, 2023
Jury session:                     June 01 & 02, 2023

Award ceremony:              June 21, 2023

Categories of the Eurobike Award:

You can submit your product in up to three of the categories listed below. You will find out after the jury meeting whether your product has won and in which category.

A renowned jury of experts from the bike and mobility industry will evaluate all submitted products based on the degree of innovation, functionality, sustainability, design, and quality of workmanship and material selection. 

And will you perhaps even receive a special award in the form of the Eurobike Gold Award? You'll find out at the awards ceremony on June 21, 2023 in Hall 8.


All kinds of bikes without e-drive system
MTB, Road Bikes, Gravel Bikes, Cross Bikes, Cargo Bikes, Urban Bikes, Speed Bikes, City Bikes, Folding Bikes, Cruisers, Design Bikes, Singlespeed, Fixies, BMX, Trekking Bikes, Special Purpose Bikes, Tandem, Tricycles, Recumbents etc.


All kinds of bikes with e-drive system
MTB, Road Bikes, Gravel Bikes, Cross Bikes, Cargo Bike, Urban Bikes, Speed Bikes, City Bikes, Folding Bikes, Cruiser, Design Bikes, Singlespeed, Fixies, BMX, Trekking Bikes, Special Purpose Bikes, Tandem, Tricycles, Recumbent Bikes etc.

LEVs up to 45km/h

Moped (L1e, L2e), e.g. light 2-wheeled and 3-wheeled mopeds with e-drive
Light motor vehicle (L6e), e.g. light quad and light road quad with e-drive
Gravity vehicles (L7e), e.g. heavy four-wheeled motor vehicle with e-drive

Micro Electric Vehicles

E-Scooter, Segways, Electric skateboards, Monowheels, Onewheels, Hoverboards, Hovershoes/E-Skates, etc.


Handlebars, brakes, gears, crank arms, pedals, dynamos, frames, tires, forks, saddles, electrical components, etc.


Speedometers, water bottles, bells, pumps, grips, bags, lights, locks, fenders, tools, goggles, helmets, etc.

Clothing and Accessoires

Pants, jerseys, jackets, underwear, shoes, helmets, gloves, glasses, backpacks, etc.

Digital Solutions

Apps, concepts, campaigns, sharing concepts, etc.

Mobility Solutions and Infrastructure

Smart Facilities, Street Furniture, Street Outfitters, Fleet and Fleet Solutions, Micro Hubs, Mobility on Demand, Concepts, etc.

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


Markus Emmert, advisory board of the Bundesverband eMobilität e.V.

Markus Emmert is a business, municipal and political consultant (energy, environment and electric and new mobility).

His experience of over 20 years in the field of renewable energies, his scientific work in the field of electrical engineering (eMSR, ICT and BI), as well as his various inventions, patents, utility models and their developments make him one of the leading experts in this field.

As a member of the board and advisory board of the Bundesverband eMobilität, he has supported the association and its members, and thus the electromobility industry, since the founding of the BEM in the areas of smart grid, energy efficiency and renewable energies, among others.

Nils Holger Moormann, Designer

The newspaper ‘Welt am Sonntag’ claims: Nils Holger Moormann is like his furniture, his furniture is like him – intelligent, ascetic, humorous and clever. As an autodidact, career changer and free spirit, Nils Holger Moormann has been developing furniture with a reduced design language and precise detail solutions since 1982. In 2020, he put his eponymous company, including the berge guesthouse, into new hands and has since been curious about new things in the formation Nils Holger Moormann Art Direction. Nils Holger Moormann passes on his great passion for good design in numerous juries, as a coach for young designers and during a guest professorship at the Kunsthochschule Kassel.

Dr. Sissi Pärsch, Journalist

Dr. Sissi Pärsch has been working as a journalist in the bicycle industry for many years. She writes regularly for magazines such as BIKE & EMTB, for FOCUS Mobility and mtb-news, and in the Nimms Rad podcast she also focuses on the path to a social and climate-friendly mobility transition.

Miłosz Kędracki, Journalist

In 1992 - 1995, when Miłosz was studying, he worked as a bicycle mechanic at Cykleriet - a not-so-small workshop in Oslo, Norway. After graduation, he suggested to his colleagues to start a monthly magazine. So from 1996 on, he not only rode bikes and wrote about them for bikeBoard, but also packed magazine packages for the stores, organized readers' meetings and was editorial secretary, just for fun.

When his publisher retired in 2001, he bought the title back from him and began his adventure as editor-in-chief, rocking bikeBoard beyond all expectations, especially his own.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Petra Schäfer, Professorship for Traffic Planning at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Petra Schäfer is a civil engineer who studied at the Technical University of Darmstadt and earned her doctorate. After a practical phase in a transport planning office, she has been a professor for transport planning at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and managing director of the ReLUT - Research Lab for Urban Transport since 2007. At ReLUT, an interdisciplinary group of researchers works on current and future challenges of mobility. The focus is on the development of economic and ecological solutions for new mobility. She is also the spokesperson of the inter-university PhD Center for Mobility and Logistics and working committee chair of the working committee "Stationary Traffic" of the FGSV - Forschungsgesellschaft für Straßen- und Verkehrswesen.

Annette Blum, bicycle mechanic

As a bicycle mechanic, she is largely self-taught. She changed her first bicycle tube at the age of 11 and since then she has never been able to keep her hands off a bicycle. Besides short bicycle-mechanical guest appearances in England and New Zealand, she has been professionally active in the field of bicycles for over 30 years in Berlin. Since 1999 she has been working for velophil in the workshop as workshop manager and meanwhile also and especially in the sales department. Since 10 years she holds 1/3 of the management and behind the scenes she is responsible for the homepage among other things.

Her original apprenticeship led her as a construction mechanic in the sheet metal specialty. The exciting thing about the profession of sheet metal mechanic (former job title) in today's comparison, is the transformation from 2D to 3D via the technique of unwinding. Her goal was always to gain a foothold in the bicycle industry with the appropriate foundation.

Maximilian Leugner, Laboratory Manager Mechanical Products (including bicycle, pedelec, sports equipment),TÜV Rheinland

After completing his vocational training as an electronics technician for machines and drive technology / electrical engineering, Mr. Leugner was initially a
s a test engineer for environmental simulation and el. safety from 2014 to 2019 at EMCCons Dr. Rasek GmbH & Co. KG. From 2019 to 2022, he moved to duagon Germany GmbH as laboratory manager EMC, ENC, el. Safety. Since July 2022, he holds his current position as Laboratory Manager Mechanical Products (including bicycle, pedelec, sports equipment) at TÜV Rheinland LGA Products GmbH, one of the leading testing and certification service providers in the field of bicycles, pedelecs, helmets, bicycle trailers and child seats.


Martina Rumschick

Martina Rumschick

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