Everything Electric Show Includes E-Bikes

Everything Electric returned for their second annual Australian expo, held from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th February 2024 at the Sydney Showgrounds.

Last year, the event was branded the Fully Charged Show, matching the name of the YouTube channel founded by British actor Robert Llewellyn in 2010 that now has over one million subscribers worldwide.

Everything Electric Australia was the first of a series of 2024 Everything Electric expos scheduled to be held in major cities across the world.

Although the number of specialised bike industry related exhibitors was small and the expo is largely underwritten by major electric car exhibits and home electrification companies such as battery systems etc, the show’s organisers fully embrace all things e-bike related.

They had a dedicated test track for e-bikes and e-scooters that was busy all day on the day that I attended. It was completely separate from electric motorcycle and electric car test tracks.

Everything Electric will be returning to Sydney in March 2025.

Bike expo stall
The Brompton booth, co-staffed by Sydney based Brompton dealer Omafiets, was busy with test rides and saw keen interest in both their e-bike and non e-bike models.
Man with kid's bike at expo stall
Mal Collier holds an Evo Racing 18 inch wheeled kids’ motocross bike. It has full suspension and a 500 watt rear hub motor a maximum speed of 30kph and retails for $2,499. Max, who is importing these and a range of similar bikes, hopes to build a network of retailers.
Man with bicycle
Carlo from Rever had only moved from Italy to Australia two weeks prior to the Everything Electric show. Rever is an Italian brand making a range of e-bikes that retail from $2,899 to $8,499. He said the bikes are made in Italy. The more expensive ones have Bafang mid-drive motors and the lower priced ones have Bafang rear hub drive.
Bike expo stall
Ben Buckler Boards were exhibiting their Super73 range of e-bikes amongst a range of other products.
Audi had a big glossy stand to display their electric cars, but were also showing this e-bike which according to an Audi representative on the stand, retails for approximately $15,000 and is limited to distribution via Audi dealers. It has a Brose motor and a 720 watt Fantic battery.

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