Custom Chrome Europe 10th Anniversary Ride-In-Bike Show During European Bike Week

The Custom Chrome Europe Ride-In-Bike-Show of Faak is among the top 10 bike shows around the globe. Bikes are judged by a group of 10 professionals in the following categories: Jammer Old School, Rev-Tech Performance, Chopper, Bagger and Sportster-Engine.

European Bike Week (september 1-8) offers a continuous program of “infotainment” by the best European part vendors and customizers with the Custom Chrome Europe Ride-In Bike-Show on this Saturday 8 being the definite highlight of the week.

During the show, Custom Chrome Europe will exhibit their five new “Bolt On And Ride“ custom bikes assembled from parts sold in their 2013 catalog. All competitors must ride their bikes into the event. Registration will open at noon on Saturday 8 after the traditional Faak parade. Judging will start at 3.30 p.m. and trophies presentation at 5 pm. To celebrate its 10th annual edition, bike show competitors, judges, sponsors and the international press are invited to an after-show VIP-party. More info at Custom Chrome Europe.

5 Responses to “Custom Chrome Europe 10th Anniversary Ride-In-Bike Show During European Bike Week”

  1. 1 Scootertrash Sep 5th, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    Hope to see CCI bounce back.

  2. 2 Rodent Sep 5th, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    Is Europe CCI owned by the same Korean bunch that owns the one in Morgan Hill?

  3. 3 Faar Sep 5th, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    Yes.. Owned and operated.

  4. 4 calif phil Sep 6th, 2012 at 8:40 am

    It’s a shame CCI cant do the same thing here in the states. The motorcycle industry needs CCI and I wish them the best.

  5. 5 deadwood1783 Sep 7th, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    I would love to see CCI come roaring back. One suggestion. At the trade shows, have your reps stop talking to each other and recruit good Dealers. As a Drag Specialties and TR account in good standing, it should not be so hard for me to hook up with CCI. I was a Dealer back in the 80’s early 90’s then all the programs started changing, and the freight program ran off track. In short, you guys became too much trouble to do business with and others stepped up. Build on your strenghts and hire some people who have been in the Dealer Network who understand things from a Dealer perspective. Some Reps that have “sweat equity” in the industry instead of just degree’s on paper and you CAN come Roaring back and reclaim your place in the industry as a top tier supplier. A “First Choice” company. Good luck. The industry needs a revtalized CCI!

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