Motor Bike Expo 2024 still main partner of FIM Awards

Motor Bike Expo 2024
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The next Motor Bike Expo 2024 will take place at VeronaFiere from January 19 to 21.
The last edition closed with more than 160,000 visitors and 720 companies present, including more than 80 from 35 countries, spread over 100,000 square meters of exhibition space (80,000 indoor and 20,000 outdoor). Seven pavilions divided by thematic areas, representing all the “worlds” of the two-wheeler industry; 5, on the other hand, were the outdoor areas where several shows and hundreds of demo rides were held, more than 100 scheduled events and 3,000 motorcycles on display. A real “city of motorcycles” that expanded and opened the boundaries of the fairgrounds to converge with activities and initiatives towards the real center of Verona.

Motor Bike Expo 2024: an international partnership

The international two-wheel exhibition reconfirms its partnership with the FIM – Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme again this year, renewing the collaboration agreement and becoming Main Partner of the next edition of the FIM Awards.
The partnership represents an all-round collaboration to promote the sporting and other values of the world of motorcycling.

The FIM Awards represent, just like the Verona event, one of the most anticipated events on the calendar. This year it will be Great Britain that will host the FIM Awards: the great event that celebrates the excellence of the different sports disciplines in our industry. The evening will host the official FIM awards of all world champions, from the calendar year 2023.

The ceremony in Liverpool

On the night of Saturday, December 2, the stars of the global two-wheel scene met at the state-of-the-art ACC Liverpool Convention Centre to “officially crown” the winning riders of the major 2023 world championships.
All the world speed champions were present in Liverpool, starting with two-time MotoGP World Champion Francesco Bagnaia, as well as all the winners of the different disciplines. Such as the Spaniard Alvaro Bautista and “our” Nicolò Bulega, champions in the World SBK and World SSP series derivatives, respectively. Niccolò Canepa, world champion in the “endurance” specialty with the official YART Yamaha team. Another tricolor flag-bearer honored in Liverpool was Mattia Casadei, MotoE World Champion.
Definitely not a new face at the ceremony was that of the “King of Trials” Toni Bou, 34-time world champion and an absolute protagonist in the show area of the last editions of Motor Bike Expo 2024