The Bremen Classic Motorshow kicked off the 2020 classic vehicle season with a record number of visitors. Unfortunately, it marked almost the end of the season as well! Today, almost exactly six months before the start of the new 2021 season in Bremen from 5 to 7 February, nobody can say how the coronavirus figures will develop by early next year and what that will mean for the show. Despite this uncertainty, the whole team behind the Classic Motorshow is committed to preserving the personal character and successful structure of the show in Bremen while ensuring the most important aspect: safety for all visitors and exhibitors!
Special show in Hall 5 again pairs up vehicles
Especially in view of the difficult situation, project manager Frank Ruge’s team is working much earlier than usual on exciting topics for the 19th Bremen Classic Motorshow. The topics are sure to become talking points. Building on the success of the “Rivals” presentation in 2020, the special show in Hall 5 will again present seven vehicle pairings. However, this time there will be no duel between the exhibits. They are simply too diverse. The basis for the pairs is a common factor, namely…. But wait – the details are still secret! Concrete information will emerge in September with the publication of the show’s title image, which will reveal all. It’s definitely a subject that will get purists and motor sport experts talking, involve clubs and allow the public to revisit much-loved sets of wheels from the past.
Exclusive presentation of racing motorbikes
Once again, Frank Ruge has dreamed up a fascinating topic for the motorbike-themed Hall 1, the ÖVB-Arena. It’s probably safe to say this will be the first show devoted to the subject, with a stunning display of around 16 exhibits. The details are still being finalised, so fans will have to wait before they find out more. But one thing is already certain: visitors can look forward to a spectacular presentation from racing sport.
What’s more, the revived Two-Wheeler Mart will offer a large selection of used bikes in every performance class. At the last show, the first Classic Custom Motorcycle Lounge in the mirror salon of Hall 1 was a great success. It became a meeting place for the young motorcycle scene. Once again in 2021, small and exclusive workshops will present customised bikes built on classic frames.
Firm favourites: Vehicle mart, Autojumble and club presentations
The 19th edition of the Bremen Classic Motorshow will of course also feature all the firm favourites: the Vehicle Mart in the draughty multi-storey car park, the Autojumble of original parts and the ever-popular, wide-ranging presentations by classic car and motorcycle clubs.