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freiewä, 2019/03/14
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Dialogue with citizens at bicycle institute Zedler

The Freie Wähler party attended Zedler-Institut in Ludwigsburg a few days ago. “Technology and Passion for Bicycles” is the motto of the bicycle experts who have been acting worldwide for years.

The party executives Jochen Zeltwanger, Angelika Heger and Bernhard Remmele were happy that all visitors obtained insights into the future of bicycle technology from the Ludwigsburg company awarded with the business award in 2018 on the occasion of the Freie Wähler party dialogue with citizens in March.

Graduate engineer and managing director Dirk Zedler gave an overview of the global technological developments of e-bike and bicycle technology from his personal point of view and presented his expert judgement on the future of the pedelecs and innovative ideas for tomorrow’s bicycles. The institute’s own bicycle museum shows many original bicycles from the past displaying very clear the development of the past decades.

This led to interesting conversations with Ludwigsburg’s citizens about the potentials of bicycles and electric bicycles and the realistic chances for the local future mobility in the region.

Photo: Zedler-Institut

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