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In our daily work as we deal with bicycle safety, technology and user manuals we come across lots of safety risks. The most frequent ones are published in articles of the leading German special-interest magazines TOUR – Europas Rennrad-Magazin Nr. 1, BIKE – Das Mountainbike Magazin Europas Nr. 1 and E-Bike – Das Pedelec-Magazin to make this information important for the sector accessible to a wider public.

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nemo - November 2013, issue 1

The bicycle guru

In his institute he solves serious problems so that everything keeps going round. The Ludwigsburg engineer Dirk Zedler is a much sought-after expert in Germany when it comes to bicycle technology.

In his institute he solves serious problems so that everything keeps going round. The Ludwigsburg engineer Dirk Zedler is a much sought-after expert in Germany when it comes to bicycle technology.

Passion brings suffering and at a closer look the one goes hand in glove with the other one. Dirk Zedler knows this only too well. The man is a passionate cyclist. His horse is the iron horse and his mission the conviction that tomorrow’s mobility should be less determined by four-wheel horse power giants and more by feather light high-tech machines. The suffering lies in the fact that people do not easily get used to other habits. Revolutions take their time in these latitudes. "It's progressing slowly", says Zedler. "But I'm persistent."

Such a sentence from him is rather a promise than a threat. The engineer is 50 years old; two thirds of it he has been dealing with bicycles and their technical potential. The effects of the two-wheel matter and him are like salt water. The more you drink of it, the thirstier you become. And Dirk Zedler is thirsty for new horizons of mobility. (…)

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Author: Michael Ohnewald

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