CYCLE WEEK 2021: Presented by Zurich.

From August 4 to 8, Zurich is under the sign of the bicycle. The Urban Bike Festival and the Bike Days unite to the CYCLE WEEK, the biggest bike festival in Switzerland – decentralized, live, online and corona compliant. Together we celebrate the bike!

The CYCLE WEEK takes place at different locations in Zurich and highlights the different facets of bike culture for sports, leisure and mobility. Europaallee stands for modern, urban quality of life. Located directly at Zurich’s main train station, it is the perfect bicycle showcase in Zurich. Urban topics are thematized and exhibitors present their latest products in the Expo. The Brunau, where city and nature come together, is the ideal place to experience the fascination of bicycles, to expand your knowledge and skills at workshops or rides, or to exchange ideas with like-minded people and test everything that has two wheels and pedals: from full-suspension mountain bikes to spartan gravel bikes and from children’s bikes to racing bikes.

In addition to the two main venues, there are also other locations spread throughout Zurich. For example, the Viadukt and the Josefwiese with the Urban Cyclocross, the legendary cyclo-cross race through the moat and volleyball field, or the Jumppark near Sihlcity, where the spectacular ZüriDirt Contest with international top athletes takes place. The last but central venue is the digital one, the CYCLE WEEK CHANNEL. Every day, a live broadcast is produced from the heart of the action: the latest products from the industry are presented, experts, athletes and opinion leaders discuss hot topics, the races are followed live and the outside team captures the highlights, wherever the wheel is rolling during CYCLE WEEK.

Program points at Europaallee

  • Large Veloexpo incl. bike test on the closed Lagerstrasse, total (Brunau and Europaallee are already over 90 Expo booths)
  • Safety Parcours: The Safety Parcours was developed together with the city of Zurich. There will be seven different stations on the closed Lagerstrasse, where the aim is to gain more safety with the bike in traffic. No previous experience is necessary, anyone can drop by during opening hours, and an e-bike from Fyler worth 5000 Swiss francs will be raffled off among all participants.
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  • Velo Check: At the stand of Zurich Insurance there will be a Walk in Velo Check. Anyone can spontaneously drop by with their own bike (no appointment necessary and free of charge) and have it checked by a professional bike mechanic. He can make small repairs on the spot.
  • Workshops and rides: During the festival, visitors can benefit from a wide range of workshops and rides – completely free of charge.
    The following offers are available in the Europaallee:

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