Summary of the Warsaw Motorcycle Show 2019

On March 1-3, 2019, the Ptak Warsaw Expo halls were filled with motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world as part of the 2nd edition of the Warsaw Motorcyckle Show. The next edition of the event brought the participants a lot of impressions and attractions, while the wide range of exhibited assortments made it possible for everyone to find something for themselves.

Already the first edition of this event took the motorcycle fair in Poland to a new, so far unknown level. The next edition confirmed that the Warsaw Motorcyckle Show is the largest motorcycle festival in Poland, which has become a permanent fixture in the calendar of events for two-wheelers fans.

During the three days of the event, about 68 700 guests attended the event at Ptak Warsaw Expo from all over the country, as well as from the Czech Republic, Denmark, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Italy, Great Britain and India. During the Warsaw Motorcycle Show 2019, visitors had the opportunity to see a wide range of products presented by 225 exhibitors. The companies present at the fair included leading foreign manufacturers and distributors, such as: Ducati Polska, Moto Guzzi, Suzuki, Yamaha, MV Augusta (importer – Motors Comprany), Indian Poland, BMW Motorroad, Bajaja and Polish ones like Romet and Junak. Participants of the event also had the opportunity to see Super Soco electric motorcycles and mopeds live, visit exhibitions prepared by manufacturers and sellers of motorcycle clothing and helmets, as well as the Gmoto.pl stand – where they could see and try on products of recognized brands. There were queues at the exhibitors’ stands for a commemorative photo with the most impressive motorbikes.

Of course, the most exciting thing for the visitors to the event was to see these motorcycles for the first time. During the fair, as many as 57 premieres were unveiled. One of them was the Katana presented by Suzuki – a new incarnation of the iconic model from the early 1980s. Models such as the Ducati Panigale V4 and the BMW S1000RR were also very popular.

The participants were equally excited about conversations with well-known professional motorcyclists who could be met at the fair, such as: Gino Rea, Paweł Szkopek, Marek Szkopek, Bartłomiej Lewandowski, as well as the ambassadors of the event, who were Ola Kutz and Marcin “Różal” Różalski.

An additional advantage of the 2019 edition was certainly the weather, which made the wonderful shows performed by trial and freestyle masters that took place outside. Among the fair’s attractions there were also death ball acrobatics, a custom zone, tattoo studios, where you could be tempted by another tattoos and food trucks.

Both the exhibitors’ offer and the huge interest of visitors and the media (330 journalists were present during the second edition!) Confirm our belief that the event is accompanied by an amazing atmosphere and ideal conditions for meetings of motorcycle enthusiasts.

We invite you to the next edition of this wonderful event! See you soon!