Bosch to tour 13 countries with 220 e-Bike training sessions

Bosch is to deliver its annual training tour, now in its seventh year, starting next month.

e-Bike dealers from 13 countries have been invited to attend one of this season’s 220 training sessions and learn more about the latest drive and diagnostic advances, as well as the digital features of Bosch eBike Systems. To date, over 35,000 mechanics have been trained by Bosch around Europe.

In the UK, dealers spanning Bristol to Motherwell in Scotland will benefit from training, delivered alongside UK partner Magura, for which registration is available here.

The following training schedule will take place in the UK in autumn 2017 and spring of 2018.

Uxbridge, November 6th 2017
Bristol, November 9th 2017
Leicester, November 27th & 28th 2017
Motherwell, November 30th 2017
Uxbridge February 5th 2018
Bristol February 6th 2018
Leicester February 26th & 27th 2018
Motherwell March 1st 2018

The 2017/18 schedule has been extended in several areas, including Scandinavia. A new member of the Bosch service team is Stephan Heitzmann, a sales expert who has lived in Norway for more than ten years. He will be in charge of 22 training sessions in Scandinavia, including Finland for the first time.

For the 2018 model year, Bosch is launching two new drive systems for city eBiking and easy touring, a special assistance mode for the CX motor, an eBike battery that can be built into the down tube, new eShift variations and expanded features of the all-in-one Nyon on-board computer.

In addition, dealers will learn more about diagnostic options and the use of the Bosch Diagnostic Tool to carry out comprehensive system diagnoses, identify possible malfunctions and routinely optimise the eBike’s range of functions. To ensure optimal service diagnostic reports can be drawn up for end customers to document the eBike’s current status.

Dealers in Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, the UK, Spain, France and Austria can register for training sessions via their service partner’s webs hop at (all countries, except Switzerland) and (Switzerland).

Among the firm’s other innovations for the cycle sector, the firm has also debuted an ABS braking system and looks to be on the cusp of creating an ‘anti-fall’ device for bikes likely to jump.