by,schulz at the Taipei Cycle Show 2024: A look behind the scenes

Milestone for by,schulz

Our participation in the Taipei Cycle Show 2024 was a complete success. We would like to share our impressions with you here! As a long-standing exhibitor, we have been represented at the Taipei Cycle Show together with our Taiwanese trader since 2000. However, this year was a milestone for us, as we presented ourselves for the first time with our own, larger stand, which focused exclusively on our brands by,schulz, Speedlifter and e-Bikelifter. The good placement on the 4th floor of Hall 1 on the main aisle ensured high visibility and attracted many visitors.

by,schulz exhibition stand at the Taipei Cycle Show 2024
by,schulz and Speedlifter product range

Product innovation M.1 View in a wide range of colors

It was very important for us to present our brands to an international audience.
We presented new products such as our D.2 dropper post, the Speedlifter Twist Pro 2 and the new M.1 View in various colors from our pedal line and received a lot of positive feedback overall. Interest in the e-Bikelifter and its attachments was particularly high, which confirms our work in the area of workshop equipment.

Three of the days at the trade fair were dedicated to meetings with OEM customers, distributors and manufacturers. We used this opportunity to discuss existing projects and drive forward new projects. We were also able to make initial contacts with potential distributors from other countries and get to know new industry partners.

The steadily growing pedal segment from by,schulz with the new M.1 View platform pedal in a wide range of colors

Dirty Sixer with by,schulz

A special highlight was Markus Schulz’s personal contact with David Folch from “Dirty Sixer”, a manufacturer of bikes with up to 36-inch wheels and particularly large aluminum frames for the “big boys” of the NBA basketball teams with a height of well over 2m. Dirk Nowitzki also rides a Dirty Sixer, which is equipped with a by,schulz G.2 seatpost.

A great deal of respect goes to the Conebi team, who were responsible for the trade fair set-up and the first-class organization before and during the fair. With Peter Hildering as our main contact person, we were well looked after and were able to concentrate fully on the presentation of our brands and products at the stand.

Overall, our participation was more than satisfactory and we are already looking forward to the upcoming trade fairs and the opportunity to present further innovative products internationally.

f.l.t.r.: David Folch from Dirty Sixer with by,schulz Managing Director Markus Schulz