Italy Biker Fest. The European Daytona Bike Week.

triumph17logo-biker-festThe 27th edition of Italy Biker Fest (this extended weekend May 9-12) is expected to draw 50,000 bikers from all over Europe.

It is held in Lignano, one of Italy’s main summer resorts located in Northern Italy. It’s a bike event with so many activities that it is already nicknamed the European Daytona Bike Week.

Like in Florida, it’s all about partying (just the add Italian spirit!), checking vendor new offerings, showing your bike in the Italian Championship Of Bike Building, etc, but contrary to Daytona, also spending a lot of time riding from downtown to the extremely beautiful roads in the Dolomite mountains, visiting or re-visiting Venice or Trieste, discovering many historical sites abounding at less than 1 hour ride from the host beach city of Lignano.

triumph1triumph2triumph8triumph16Each year, over 100 custom bikes compete in the Terrazza Mare” wonderful location overlooking the Adriatic sea. Top 3 winners will get a free trip to the 2014 Daytona Bike Week. For the 1st time, event organizer Biker’s Life Magazine is presenting the official 2013 Biker Fest Bike. It is a modern Triumph built in association with 3 Italian builders. Design by Steven Flier, Marcello from Free Spirits and “Hups” of American Cycles. Italy Biker Fest.

6 Responses to “Italy Biker Fest. The European Daytona Bike Week.”

  1. 1 ian May 8th, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    …well I have never heard of it, but I must go next year….ROAD TRIP!

  2. 2 Zipper May 9th, 2013 at 4:45 am

    Bet the food is a lot better than Daytona. ..Z

  3. 3 baggerdude May 9th, 2013 at 8:22 am

    Nice work on the Triumph!

  4. 4 Steve The Producer Johann May 9th, 2013 at 6:14 pm

    Maybe someday we will be big enough they will pay us to go and do a few shows there. LOL Nice logo and would be great fun in the sun.

  5. 5 Steve Kelly May 10th, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    It is a hell of a lot cheaper than Daytona, the food is top class and the Italian women offer something to look at. Even if you, like me, can not speak to them in their native tongue. Oh, they make some beautiful custom bikes too! I have loved every trip that I have made to Italy over the years.

  6. 6 Sara Brown May 13th, 2013 at 8:23 am

    Bet it’s a blast …..and classier than Daytona

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