Michelin launches global customization competitionJuly 1, 2019
The company recently launched an online motorcycle customization competition. Dealers, stores and individuals from around the world can take part. And no matter you collected the bike alone in your garage or with a whole team of professionals.
Customizing motorcycles is a whole art. It’s more than just painting or a new set of wheels – some shops collect bikes from scratch. If you and your team are engaged in customizing, this contest may be your chance to get a little more than the recognition of your friends. As a result, the winner is waiting for a place at the most famous exhibition of motorcycles – EICMA. How do you like this?
There will be three categories in the competition: Cruiser Style, Scrambler Vibes and Bike to the Future. The names speak for themselves, cruisers, scramblers and futuristic designs can take part in the competition, which means that the work of the participants must comply with the framework of categories.
People interested in participating in their projects must submit their project by July 8, 2019. Voting will take place online. The votes of the public and judges will be counted equally to determine the winner in each category.
The names of the finalists will be announced at EICMA in November 2019. The winners will not only gain fame on the most important motorcycle show of the year, but also a set of tires adapted to the style of their custom: Michelin Commander 2 for a cruiser, Michelin Anakee Adventure or Anakee Wild for a scrambler, and Michelin Road 5, Road 5 Trail or Power RS / RS + for futurists.
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