Premieres, innovations, special events and test tracks are waiting for motorcycle fans
Alexander Wolff, director of INTERMOT, discusses how preparations are coming along.
As the world opens back up, international events are back on the calendar.
Cockpit change for INTERMOT: Alexander Wolff took over as the director of the International Motorcycle, Scooter and E-Bike Fair, on June 1. Wolff follows in the footsteps of Ingo Riedeberger, who was responsible for INTERMOT from 2005 and will now oversee both THE TIRE COLOGNE and Koelnmesse’s new event, polisMOBILITY, as Director. Wolff joined Koelnmesse
The German Motorcycle Industry Association (IVM), Koelnmesse GmbH has decided to suspend INTERMOT 2020 – an event it originally planned to host from Oct. 6 to 11, 2020. A digital format for this is under preparation and will be implemented by year’s end.
Set your calendar for INTERMOT, scheduled from Oct. 6 to 11, in Cologne, Germany, where over 1,000 exhibitors will present motorbikes and scooters plus a huge range of related products to 220,400 attendees from 100 countries including 53,000 trade attendees.
INTERMOT is setting new standards in the international market for motorcycle trade fairs: with a fresh new concept completely tailored to the needs of its target groups.
Passion unites: from bikers – for bikers! This is the reason why every two years, more than 220,000 people make their way to the motorcycle trade fair in Cologne, Germany.
INTERMOT 2020 will take place on Oct. 6-11, 2020, at Koelnmesse in Cologne, Germany.
An important factor in the success of INTERMOT 2018 was the “Customizing” segment, which grew significantly in its second edition and was noticeably more international.
Russian customizer, Zillers Garage, scored a convincing first place in the 13th annual AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building at INTERMOT Customized in Cologne, Germany, on Oct. 7.