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Come by the booth OUT_E28 at VeloBerlin and test Kindernay for yourself is joining VeloBerlin's innovative line-up of cycling brands at this year’s show. Located in the heart of Berlin at the beautiful location of its former Tempelhof Airport, VeloBerlin will host a number of unique brands, amongst which is Kindernay. For this show, they have joined forces again with HNF-NICOLAI, where they will offer test rides on their XD-3 with Kindernay VII internal gear hub.

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André from is stoked to get back to the bike show after a several year hiatus: “It’s good to be back and work together with my friends at HNF-NICOLAI to showcase Kindernay’s potential on an e-bike. I can’t wait to have people test ride this special bike build!”

Kindernay is a Norwegian manufacturer that produces advanced gear-hub systems for bikes. They deliver an instant, accurate, and maintenance-free shifting experience in a lightweight - but swappable -  package. The shifting range of the VII provides unprecedented gear-hub efficiency, designed for power, cadence, and especially convenience of e-bikes. Their innovative products improve shifting performance on bikes by making gear hubs that have a better user experience that last longer, have less maintenance, and make you happier on your bike.

The XD-3 is perfect for almost all conditions, whether you’re going to the office through the city or having a field day out. The XD3 is virtually maintenance-free and technically up-to-date with a carbon belt instead of a chain, which makes for the perfect combination with Kindernay’s VII internal gear hub. It has a big battery and the most potent BOSCH motor of all time to get you where you need to go with a smile.

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Also joining at their booth are the german made bike parts from Actofive. They will showcase their high-quality chainrings (and most certainly the new crankset) and fit in’s grande vision of European produced bike parts:  “ focuses on European products and local manufacturing. We are proud to show this approach with HNF NICOLAI, who share our vision of locally produced goods and taking responsibility for local communities.”

Come by’s booth OUT_E28 on the weekend of 9 and 10 April to check out the HNF-NICOLAI build with Kindernay hub. Here you can do a test ride or talk about Kindernay’s hubs on a more nerdy level and score some swag like stickers and customized key chains.

If you want to check more of HNF-Nicolai you will find them at their booth OUT_B11. 

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about is a small team of bike-loving enthusiasts. For service and sales Rostislav "Rosti" Kulchitskiy is at your side. His favorite discipline on the bike can be clearly named Enduro, but since the beginning of 2021 he can increasingly get excited about bikes with crooked handlebars and turns the one or other round on his gravel bike.

André "AJ" Joffroy is the founder and managing director. As an all-rounder, he takes care of sales and service, as well as product selection, discussions with suppliers and the customer.

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About Twotone Amsterdam

The roots of Twotone go back in 2007, when Twotone’s founder – Jon Woodroof – cofounded a fixed-gear focused bike shop in Atlanta, GA named No Brakes. His clothes nearly always matched his track bike & he earned the nickname Twotone. Jon cut his teeth on promoting his own shop, the brands they sold, and even suppliers, athletes, and other organisations they partnered with all before Instagram!

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