Considered to be the largest automotive trade show in Latin America, the São Paulo International Motor Show takes place at the moment when urban mobility is the subject of discussions and controversy with the 200 km cycle route that is part of the city of São Paulo. Thus, from October 30th to November 9th, the cycling market is highlighted at the fair with the participation of Sense Bike at the ABVE (Brazilian Electric Vehicle) booth at the Anhembi Pavilion.
With a newly opened factory in Manaus (AM), the mining company since 2009 offers to the Brazilian public three exclusive models of electric bicycles and a battle for the promotion and growth of sustainable mobility policies. “We took a big step with the resolution that the National Traffic Council (Contran) published at the end of 2013 categorizing electric bicycles and now with the expansion of bicycle paths in São Paulo. Our participation in the show shows that everyone is watching this market and many good things will come”, says the sales executive of Sense Bike, Caio Ribeiro.
With a concept of facilitating urban mobility providing comfort and well being, Sense Electric Bike products offer more autonomy and greater power and the comfort of the pedal assisted system (Pedelec) allows the cyclist to choose the intensity of the aid in the pedals being A healthy alternative for its users.
The 28th São Paulo International Motor Show is the stage for national, foreign and automotive companies to showcase the latest innovations in the sector, one of the most important in the Brazilian economy. Technology, sophistication, beauty, functionality, luxury and safety-all this can be enjoyed at the event.