Kickback Chelsea, an exhibition of custom and handcrafted motorcycle has chosen to host its first in a three-part series at Stamford Bridge for the first time this December.
The event will kick off on 12-13 December 2015 in the The Great Hall at Stamford Bridge, showcasing up to 100 custom motorbikes, ranging from café racers, street trackers, choppers, bobbers and brat style motorcycles, before moving to Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire in April 2016 and then in Cheltenham in August 2016.
“We are excited to be bringing this two-day biking event to the capital at the iconic Stamford Bridge venue,” said show organiser Lorne Cheetham.
“We’re expecting an eclectic gathering of custom bike lovers plus a great number of top-drawer custom craftsmen, engineers and designers from across the globe to showcase the very best in the biking world and provide them with the perfect opportunity to interact with like-minded bike enthusiasts in the most ideal of exhibition venues.”
Exhibitors and suppliers from across the globe will include Pacto from Costa Rica showcasing vintage apparel, helmets and bags; clothing company Gigi Montrose, Viking Thor, Raw Steel Choppers, Hurricane Airbrush, Takakuda and Curiosity Moto.
Simon Hunter, head of Brand & Value at Stamford Bridge said: “We’re delighted to have been selected as the venue of choice for Kickback Chelsea’s first ever London exhibition and secured such a vibrant and engaging showcase for visitors to Stamford Bridge – it’s going to be incredible watching the space transform into such a visually dynamic arena full of vintage and new motorcycles from around the world and we’re looking forward to a fantastic two day consumer event that showcases another side to how the versatile space within our legendary sporting stadium can be used.”
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