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MOTOR fair Utrecht 2019

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

No fewer than 14 motorcycle and scooter brands will be shown in the import hall. With Benelli, BMW Motorrad, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Hyosung, Indian Motorcycles, Kymco, Mash, MV Agusta, NIU, NXT Motors, Royal Enfield, Yamaha and Zero it is a varied line-up. The two largest brands in the Netherlands will be showing off their models, and also organizing many activities. Tom Crooijmans, Head of BMW Motorrad Netherlands:

“Motor fair Utrecht is an important moment for the industry, it means the start of the motorcycle season and for our brand it is the perfect opportunity to show what we have in store for 2019. In addition, it is good as an importer to be close to your customers and your fans and to ensure that you are accessible. At the fair, we share our passion for the brand with the many visitors and will make an unprecedented feast with many new activities. “

The importer’s hall also has firsts. MotoMondo will be importing cult brand Royal Enfield and brings the new 650 models and the arrival of NXT Motors to the Netherlands.

2019 will be the biggest ever Motor Show in Utrecht, with more square stock meters and  activities to experience.

In Hall 7, for example, space has been created for other initiatives, such as an indoor test track, where visitors can experience the new models. In addition, a brand new Yamaha Race Zone and a BMW GS Adventure Arena have been added.

Mario Janssen, Country Manager of Yamaha Motor Europe, in the Netherlands tells us:

“Motor fair Utrecht is the ideal way for us to introduce many people to the complete line-up of Yamaha in a well-organized and enjoyable way; nowhere else do so many motorcycle enthusiasts come together. “

Almost all new models of the various brands will be seen on the stands of the various brand dealers.

Anne-Marie Vos, manager at Motorbeurs Utrecht:

“Over the past few editions, between 90,000 and 100,000 motor fans came to Utrecht every year. They come from all over the country to Utrecht, not only to catch up with the trends and developments in the motorcycle industry, but especially to kick off their motorcycle season together. The roaring engine heart of our visitors is therefore the driving force behind MOTORbeurs Utrecht. “

Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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