Thanks for a great show at Berliner Fahrradschau 2015

March 30, 2015

Thanks for a great show at Berliner Fahrradschau 2015

After several weeks of hectic preparation COH&CO received an exited and enthusiastic reception at its first bicycle exhibition in Berlin last week. Conveniently placed near the entrance many guests stopped at our stand on the way in. Many said hello again on their way out and some will be riding brand new COH&CO bikes over the summer, as our first series of frames is ready for delivery in June. 

Thanks to everyone who stopped by for great conversations and feedback on our very first wooden bicycles! We really appreciate it and look forward to seeing more of you in the future, while venturing into the world of urban cycling.

Read about us at the BFS website magazine: 
http://www.berlinerfahrradschau.de/story/coh-co-at-the-berlin-bike-show_951550

or see more pictures from the show on our Facebook page

 





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