INTERMOT Customized. In Cologne, Germany October 3-7, 2018

With the premiere of INTERMOT Customized in 2016, the public and trade show became one of the biggest meetings of the International Custom Scene. The organizers promise again new fresh custom blood brought to the biker scene with the 2018 edition to be held in the center of Europe, in Cologne Germany October 3-7, 2018. (Press Day Oct 2)

The AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building will showcase again the most extreme custom jobs from builders from all over the world. In the Garage Area, visitors will be able to look over the shoulders of these stars of the customizing world, and in the Craftrad Concept Store, hot brands will be launching new after-market parts and accessories. In addition: lots of live music, beards, beer and tattoos.,,

INTERMOT Customized is now a big segment of INTERMOT representing the whole powersports industry. You can find out lots more about the show in this Information Sales Folder. You can already secure your display using this Intermot Application. The early birds have until November 30th, 2017 to secure the best prices. For more info contact Matthias Woort Sales Manager Exhibitors Tel. +49 221 821-2499

2 Responses to “INTERMOT Customized. In Cologne, Germany October 3-7, 2018”

  1. 1 The Bear Feb 27th, 2018 at 12:46 am

    I liked the 2016 displays very much. People went to a huge amount of trouble, and it worked a treat. Can’t wait to see the 2018 version.

  2. 2 rosica Mar 6th, 2018 at 11:13 am

    Yes, because no one who ever bought a high end, imported, limited production, take-no-prisoners, continent-crushing GT like a Maserati Quatroporte, Porsche 928, BMW 8 or M5, MB S class coupe, Lancia Intergale Turbo, Lotus Carlton, or Ferrari Testarossa said: “Damn, I really want one because they are just so economical. I have said it before: these are somewhat lost on Americans, what with our crap gas and nanny state speed limits. These are meant for maladjusted former Mi6 or F1 jocks, CEOs, aging rock stars, or trust fund Remittance Men. Their companions are always oh-so-social X-rays who have a healthy disregard for hemlines and feminism, and whose various body parts all have different and ever changing “born on dates. They are owned by men who wear a bit too much cologne, smoke and park anywhere they damn well please, dont give to charity, & yet somehow manage to be charming anyway to people of all ages. These are men (nearly always) who often by necessity find themselves driving at triple digits speeds through black forests. At night. Towards homes with crenulated walls. And a moat. And a name.

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