Cargo Bike Sharing Europe

Cargo Bike Sharing Europe

New trade conference: Cologne – 18/19 May 2022

Cargo bikes for all! This is what cargo bike sharing is about. And it is growing across Europe. In Germany, in more than 120 cities cargo bike sharing is already available.

Cargo Bike Sharing Europe is the first European trade conference focussing on cargo bike sharing. It brings together operators, hard- & software providers, cities, urban planners and others stakeholders.

The conference is organized by the Berlin-based agency and hosted by polisMOBILITY, the new trade fair for forward-looking mobility, urban life and digitalisation in Cologne.

Cargo Bike Sharing Europe is supported by German and European partners:

Partners of CBSE


Wednesday, 18. May 2020:

  • early afternoon: Cologne cargo bike sharing field trip
  • 16.00 – 18.00: opening panel on polisMOBILITY stage
  • From 18:00: networking dinner and cities forum

Thursday, 19. May 2020:

  • 09.00 – 16:00: lectures, presentations, panels in polisMOBILITY conference center

If you want to offer a conference contribution, please contact the conference team.


For sponsoring opportunities, please contact the conference team.


For press inquires on the conference, please contact the conference team. Press information on polisMOBILITY is available here.

Presse releases:


Conference tickets include access to the whole polisMOBILITY programme from 18 – 21 May. Prices will be available from early 2022 in the polisMOBILITY ticket shop.


Cargo Bike Sharing Europe

Eileen Niehaus
+49 30 2978 – 1118


Diana Dréan, Vertriebsmanagerin Koelnmesse
+49 221 821 – 2264


The Bundesverband Zukunft Fahrrad (German Association of Bycicle Future) is an association of dynamic and innovative companies from all areas of the bicycle industry, with a focus on (new) services.

The Forum Freie Lastenräder (Forum Free Cargo Bikes) is the association of currently 142 cargo bike sharing initiatives in Germany, Austria and Hungary with 448 bikes and tens of thousands of registered users.

TINK GmbH advises municipalities on the introduction of local cargobike sharing systems and organises a Germany-wide exchange of experience among cities with the TINK Network project.

CityChangerCargoBike is an EU-funded project of 14 European cities and other partners to promote cargo bike use by, among other things, introducing cargobike sharing.

Cycling Industries Europe (CIE) is the Brussels-based voice of cycling business, actively promoting the sector in Europe and worldwide. CIE Members work in Expert Groups to develop policy and technical content in key areas, including bike sharing and cargo bikes.