The second edition of the Euro Mobility Festival in Girona is gaining momentum

On 1 February, booking opens for new brands wishing to attend on 22, 23 and 24 September 2023.

After the great success of the first edition, the Euro Mobility Festival 2023 is getting off to a flying start.  

There is a great synergy between the Sea Otter Europe festival, which is now fully consolidated and heading towards its seventh edition and has become one of the most prominent and essential international cycling festivals for brands in the sector, and the Euro Mobility Festival. 

The Euro Mobility Festival was born as a response to the strong momentum that sustainable, urban transport and individual transport systems have been gaining in recent years, especially in the wake of the pandemic. National and international policies in support of sustainable transport in urban areas are pushing not only the bicycle industry, but also many large traditional brands in the development and manufacture of automobiles and motorbikes, as well as new brands of accessories and various services that are developing in parallel and are largely linked to new technologies. The demand for new solutions is growing exponentially and everyone wants to be part of the new business that is being created around it. 

Most of the brands present at 2022 have already confirmed their attendance for 2023 and have until 31 January to block their space. From 1 February, new brands will be able to reserve their space. Even though a significant increase in exhibition space is planned, it is already clear that the “Sold Out” sign will soon be posted. 

In this second edition in 2023, the demobike activity, one of the pillars of the Euro Mobility Festival, will be repeated. This time, the EMF will have specific urban circuits with an exclusive starting point from the exhibition area, called “URBAN ZONE”, where brands with a specific urban DNA will be the stars of the show. Specifically, there will be 3 different urban circuits available that will take in the most spectacular and well-known areas of the city of Girona. 

Looking back at the big numbers of the 2022 festival, more than 60,000 visitors of 54 different nationalities attended. 

Moreover, more than 120 journalists from 80 international media outlets gathered during the event to learn first-hand about the latest developments in the sector. 

The EMF is also on its way to becoming, as Sea Otter Europe already is, an essential international event for all brands, professionals and the general public in the world of transport and sustainable urban mobility.