2013 AMD World Championship Entry Forms And Class Information Now available Online

The official entry form for the 10th annual 2013 AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building is now available online.First fifty bike entries received will be free of charge. Being staged in Europe for the first time, at the all-new BIG BIKE EUROPE expo at Essen, Germany, on May 10th to 12th 2013, AMD is pleased to announce a series of competitor promotions and incentives being funded by confirmed European BIG BIKE EUROPE exhibitors such as Motorcycle Storehouse, Zodiac International, Parts Europe, MAG Europe, Paaschburg & Wunderlich and TTS Wheels.

‘Early Bird’ competitors can scoop a 200,00 euro saving as the first 50 bikes (plus concessions) to be entered for 2013 will be able to enter for free – register now and you will receive a 200,00 euro voucher to cover the standard AMD World Championship entry fee. Second, all AMD World Championship Competitors can invite up to 25 of their employees, friends or customers to attend all three days of BIG BIKE EUROPE (the Trade/VIP Rider Day on Friday May 10th as well as the ‘public days’ on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th) free of charge! Additionally, AMD World Championship competitors who wish to have a booth also receive a further 10 percent discount from the standard rates. Full expo details can be seen at: Big Bike Europe.

All competitors also receive the AMD World Championship 2013 special edition ‘Competitor Logo’ for use in all their own advertising, marketing, print, website, and social media activity, in addition to a free of charge studio-grade photo-shoot set of pictures of their bike. Full details of all these special opportunities and of the expo itself will be sent to competitors once they have registered. At this time, the BIG BIKE EUROPE show floor-plan has room to cater for approximately 100 bikes.

There will be five classes at the AMD World Championship in 2013 – the now traditional and highly acclaimed FreeStyle class from which the 10th annual World Champion Custom Bike Builder will be chosen, plus four further classes to recognisz specific sectors of the custom motorcycle market. An all new Retro/Modified Class will showcase customs based on engines manufactured before 1984; the Modified Harley-Davidson Class will feature stock frame geometry customs with engines (minimum stock cases) from 1984 and up; the Production Motorcycle Class will feature customs with Certificates of Conformity that are designed for multiple production; and an all-new Street Performance Class to showcase custom design and engineering work where the primary objective is to improve the performance and handling of streetable customs. To enter, go to AMD World Championship.

4 Responses to “2013 AMD World Championship Entry Forms And Class Information Now available Online”

  1. 1 TW Crash Sep 15th, 2012 at 10:51 pm

    When will they change the name of this contest??? One more American thing allowed to leave!!!

  2. 2 Rodent Sep 15th, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    It was never an American thing, the promoter and promotion company are Brits!

  3. 3 TW Crash Sep 16th, 2012 at 2:34 am

    Thanks for that info rodent, I had this wild idea that AMD was short for American Motorcycle Dealer and I have been told that Sturgis, SD was in America, where this contest had been held. Just proves we can’t believe anything on the internet or road signs.

  4. 4 Rodent Sep 16th, 2012 at 8:32 am

    The publication was American Motorcycle Dealer that was put out by a Brit.

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