Schedule & Locations


These are weekend events that start Friday afternoon and end on Sunday afternoon.

The cities have been selected based on the weather during the first half of the year, the level of friendliness towards electric bikes, and the economic demographics of both the residences and the visitors during specific events.

This entire program is being done in conjunction with the support of our strategic partner Interbike, the nation’s largest organized B2B trade show for the cycling industry.

As the program evolves, more locations and additional dates later into the year will be added.

The initial sponsors and exhibitors will become part of ExtraEnergy's advisory committee and will have say in the future locations and features.

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2016 Program

January 14-17

Tempe, Arizona: Diablo Stadium

Our first stop is in conjunction with The Interbike Independent Bike Dealer (IBD) Summit. The bicycle dealers at the summit will be the first to enjoy test riding a wide variety of electric bikes on the track on Thursday the 14th. Friday the 15th through Sunday the 17th will be open to the public.

The stadium sits adjacent to the Interbike IBD Summit hotel and Interstate 10 which is the main artery feeding more than 100,000 cars a day through the heart of the city. The Expo will be visible from both sides. Here is a map of the Tempe Diablo Stadium.

The stadium is also within 2 miles of the Arizona State University campus with 82,000+ students and faculty.


Thursday, Jan 14 - Afternoon open to Interbike IBD.
Friday, Jan 15 - 3pm to 8pm open to the public.
Saturday, Jan 16 - 9am to 8pm open to the public.
Sunday, Jan 17 - 9am to 4pm open to the public.

February 26-28

San Diego, California: Liberty Station

Located within minutes from the downtown gaslight corridor and just West of the airport, the Liberty Station complex is a mixture of shopping, dining, entertainment, non-profit, hotels, and residential. The 360-acre complex is historic as it was the training buildings on the original Navy Yard.

This is a very unique location in that it is both a tourist draw as well as a popular local destination. Our involvement with the California Bicycle Coalition will have many state and local officials participating in the event as well as recreational cycling groups and plenty of outdoor enthusiasts from the surrounding beach communities, who can actually ride right to the event. The Expo location is in the heart of the complex with many important retailers that draw high traffic.

Here is a map of Liberty Station.


Friday, February 26 - 3pm to 8pm open to the public.
Saturday, February 27 - 9am to 8pm open to the public.
Sunday, February 28 - 9am to 4pm open to the public.

March 11-13

Houston, Texas: Rice University

The third stop on the tour is in the heart of Houston, Texas on the Rice University campus. We are working jointly with BikeTexas and the various local cycling coalition offices. The event is in conjunction with the Texas Trails and Active Transportation conference.

This biennial conference will have more than 300 city planners in attendance. The focus of the educational programs is for anyone involved in the planning, construction, funding, economics, operation, management, promotion and use of bicycle, pedestrian, and other transportation modes.

The Rice University campus location is a well known spot that hosts one of the city’s Farmers Markets and is adjacent to the outdoor cycling track.

Here is a map of the Rice University location.


Friday, March 11 - 3pm to 8pm open to the public.
Saturday, March 12 - 9am to 8pm open to the public.
Sunday, March 13 - 9am to 4pm open to the public.

April 22-24

Palo Alto, California: Stanford Shopping Center (Tentative location)

In the heart of Silicon Valley, this Expo event will be the weekend after the major Sea Otter cycling event. Tentatively on the grounds of the famous Stanford Shopping Center (just adjacent to Stanford University), we are working to bring hundreds of workers from the major tech companies who commute on bikes to companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple to try the different types of electric bikes.

The mall itself is a premium outdoor shopping destination. We are working with California Bicycle Coalition as well as local coalition partners and expect city officials from San Francisco, San Jose and the surrounding communities to be part of the visiting public.

Here is a map of the Stanford Shopping Center. (Tentative location)


Friday, April 22 - 3pm to 8pm open to the public.
Saturday, April 23 - 9am to 8pm open to the public.
Sunday, April 24 - 9am to 4pm open to the public.

May: Dates To Be Determined

Portland, Oregon

Portland has world renowned bike culture and a substantial amount of Portlander's commute by bike daily. This Expo event will be held during the month of May to coincide with Portland Bike Month to encourage even more Portlander's to ride a bike.

Stay tuned for more on the location and exact dates.

June: Dates To Be Determined

Denver, Colorado

The downtown Denver corridor is a rapidly growing cycling community and the propensity of outdoor activities goes well with the growing use of electric bikes for both recreational use as well as commuting.

Stay tuned for more on the location and exact dates.