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Electric Motorcycles – The solution to the urban mobility problem


Powered Two and Three-Wheelers (PTWs) are lighter, smaller and more specialised vehicles. They support municipalities in dealing with efficient commuting, managing congestion and parking issues as well as enabling local economies to thrive with cost-efficient delivery solutions. In the largest European markets we can already observe that light electric motorcycles, or ePTWs, (short range, low power) are gaining popularity with both policy makers and commuters. For example, in 2022, one third of all new mopeds were electric, up from 24% in 2021 and 21% in 2020. With this trend becoming established in Europe and with the right enabling conditions, by 2030, at least 50% of the urban mobility PTW market will be electric.

  1. What are the societal benefits of ePTWs (air quality, traffic noise, …) ? How can electric motorcycles keep traffic moving? How can electric motorcycles reduce carbon emissions?
  2. What are these enabling conditions (mobility policy, technologies, charging, …)?
  3. How will this trend develop across Europe and beyond?
  4. What is the role of government, industry, sport and rider organisations to accelerate this development? What changes are needed to unlock the potential?








CCL, Hall 5



  • Judith Rowan, Global Host Cities Director, FIM EBK World Cup
  • Jesper Christensen, General Secretary, Swedish Motorcyclists Association, and Director of the Mobility Commission, FIM
  • John Parkinson,  Director – International, UK Department for Transport
  • Karen Vancluysen, Secretary General, POLIS
  • Edwin Bastiaensen, Secretary General, International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA)
  • Hennes Fischer, Senior Adviser, Swappable Battery Motorcycle Consortium

Moderator: Vanessa Rubio, FIM

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