The Motor Bike Expo starts tomorrow, the Verona fair dedicated to custom and customized motorcycles which for years has been a point of reference for all European enthusiasts. From 13 to 16 January, eight pavilions of Veronafiere will host six hundred exhibitors and various outdoor activities, for a total area of 120,000 square meters. “It is important to underline that Motor Bike Expo has never stopped”, explains Francesco Agnoletto, CEO and co-founder of the event. «Six months after the Special Edition of last June, we realized the ideas developed in 2021. It was not easy to organize this twenty-fourth edition, but the sector was asking for it and fans were waiting for it. We have put in a sense of responsibility and all our commitment, thanks and the support of Veronafiere, the local authorities and our partners ».
Born as a custom event, the Motor Bike Expo has grown to embrace the bike at 360 °, so much so that it will be possible to explore and learn about every philosophy of two wheels, from racing to off-road, to electric propulsion and e-bikes. Among the top brands present are Benelli, BMW, Ducati, Royal Enfield, Yamaha, Brixton, Italjet, Motron and Ohvale. Toni Bou, 30 times Trial World Champion, will demonstrate its potential with his acrobatic shows on Saturday and Sunday. But this year the flagship is the Custom District in Hall 1, which tells the world of personalized motorcycles through art and culture. In addition, over fifty preview specials will be presented here.
Motor Bike Expo pays particular attention to the safety of everyone in every aspect, from ticketing to compliance with entry protocols, to regulating the turnout of the public. The fair is open from 9 to 19 and provides for the advance purchase of the ticket online, while the entrance is through the Cangrande, San Zeno and Re Teodorico gates, with sixty operational turnstiles that allow the access of over 7,000 visitors per hour. , with the required health checks. To these is added “entrance C” reserved for motorcyclists, who will be able to park their two wheels for free inside the event. The new rules provide for the reinforced green pass and the mandatory FFP2 mask. The cost of the full ticket is € 18, reduced to € 15 for IMF members and children aged 14 to 17. The ticket is free for under 14s.