helmade at CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW 2016 in Bad Salzuflen
Next highlight of the year waiting for team helmade. We're looking forward to join this years CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW from 2nd-04th of December 2016 at Expo Center in Bad Salzuflen Germany. The CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW is the world's biggest exhibition for custom built motorbikes. During three days and in four different halls, 300 exhibitors are showcasing their passion for customization including 800 unique custom bikes, from Cafe Racer to Harley Davidson. No matter if amateur or pro, no matter where they coming from, during the first weekend of December the scene is meeting at CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW in Bad Salzuflen to showcase their customized beauties to more than 30.000 visitors. For helmade this event will be the first time we'll present our concept to this community. We can't wait to talk to the people and to hear their thoughts.
We'll be joining the CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW 2016 with some exciting news, as of course our latest designs and products, individual designs from some of our customers, a helmet design collab with Les Apaches de Francfort and personal service for our customers.
A true highlight on our booth is coming from one of our customers Frank Weber who nicely borrowed us his Soul Racer, a Honda CB 750 FOUR F2 from 1978 customized by Josip Bucic. We were glad that Frank asked us to come up with a helmet design on a Bell Custom 500 fitting the style of his bike. Hereby we took in all his individual wishes, as special colors with candy red metallic, or a Retro Honda logo on both sides of the helmet. Learn more about the endless opportunities with helmade when meeting us at the show or contact us via email or phone.
After almost one year being out-there with helmade we've experienced a lot and made quite some things happen. Now we're thrilled to take the next step with our appearance at CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW 2016 and we're looking forward to welcome you on our booth in hall 20 / stand number C03.
2. – 4. December 2016
Expo Center Bad Salzuflen
Benzstraße 23, D-32108 Bad Salzuflen
More information: www.custombike-show.de
Bike photos: Frank Luger