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This CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW is taking place in Bad Salzuflen from the 6th. till the 8th. of December
Hundreds of modified motorcycles are exposed in different bike show areas and dealer booths
Although most of the custombikes will be based on Harley-Davidsons ...
... more and more Ducatis, Guzzis, Triumphs, BMWs and other machines are getting refined.
The stage programm will offer a lot of variety, like the Harely-Davidson fashion show
The joyful christmas holiday season will start with a hot Christmas-Strip-Show on friday
Three times a day Michael Seitz will spray his art onto the beautiful bodies of our models
The Miss CUSTOMBIKE nomination is an absolute crowd puller at the mainstage
The daring WALL OF DEATH show has been an inherent part of the CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW since the first event
European Biker Build-Off 2012: Presentation of the boardtracker “Rumble“ by the MotorVisionen team on the mainstage
Jubilation and mourning after the announcement of the Biker Build-Off winning team
Bobber Garage from Liechtenstein won the European Biker Build-Off 2012
Carsten Vieregge won the grand price on Friday and can look forward to go on a nine-day motorcycle trip to the Biketoberfest/USA on a hired Harley-Davidson with his wife
Wilfried Grassmann won the Triumph Bonnevielle T100 at the lottery on Saturday
- Lisa Wolski, only 24 years old, got the grand price of the visitors’ lottery on Sunday - a brand new Harley-Davidson Sportster 72
Trophies and prices were awarded for unique custombikes in 14 categories
International Custombike Championship Germany – Rookie Of The Year: Selfmade by Sam Customs, Sam Luginbühl (Switzerland)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Craziest Bike: Selfmade by Pit Smits (Netherlands)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Paint/Airbrush: Selfmade by Michael Naumann (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Engineering: 9 cylinder radial engine by Frank Ohle (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Metric Bike: Kawasaki VN 800 by Hans-Ullrich Ullisch (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Streetfighter: Kawasaki ST 1100 by CAS-Bikes, Andreas Kaminski (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Café Racer: Ducati GT by Shif Custom, Yuri Shif (Russia)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Power-Cruiser: Selfmade by Fitil Metall Works, Aleksander Fetisov (Russia)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Chopper: AWO by Tobias Reicher (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Bobber: H-D Panhead by Markus Fröhlich (Switzerland)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Old School: Digger by H-D Factory, Thomas Trapp (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Editors Choice: Selfmade by Sbay Motor Co, Sergio Bayarri (Spain)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Radical: Selfmade by Wolfgang Knitterscheidt (Germany)
International Custombike Championship Germany – Best Of Show: Selfmade by Cycle Kraft, Kenji Nagai (Japan)

Opening hours:

12.00 - 20.00h
10.00 - 18.00h
10.00 - 17.00h

Messezentrum Bad Salzuflen
Benzstraße 23
D-32108 Bad Salzuflen

Day pass: 14 €
Weekend pass: 25 €


5. December 2015
Entrance fee: 10 €
Doors open: 18.00h

CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW 2015 ? Record Attendance at the World's Leading Fair for Customized Motorbikes

Almost 32,000 visitors flocked to sedate Bad Salzuflen the first weekend in December 2015 – the CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW would, thus, reinforce its status as the world leading fair for customized motorcycles.

From December 4th to December 6th, Bad Salzuflen hosted the CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW for the 11th time in a row. Three fair halls, 25,000 square meters, 300 exhibitioners, more than 800 radically modified motorcycles from all over the world and a Biker-Build-Off-Champion from Belarus made for yet another spectacular custom bike fair in 2015; the fair is the acknowledged pulse meter for customizing trends. Iron Works Magazine's own Marily Stemp from the U.S. recognized: “If you want to join the game on an international level, you have to visit this fair.”

The European Biker Build-Off 2015 provided the closest run in the history of the contest. Only seven votes ensured Yuri Shif's victory over his contestant Fabian Müller from Germany, and won him the custom bike scene's probably most important trophy. His wholly hand-made 1920ies styled board tracker thrilled visitors and experts alike. But also second-placed Müller's “Deep Throat”, a neat rigid frame bike with a real shovelhead engine, is a true winner.

For the participants of the International Custom Bike Championship Germany (ICCG) it was all about fame, honor, and trophies in 16 different classes – every victory equalling an accolade in the international bike building Champions League.

  • Craziest Bike: Harley-Davidson Road King, Nedal A. Ameen, Dubai
  • Best Paint/Airbrush: Harley-Davidson Sportster, Konstantinos Papastergiou, Germany
  • Best Engineering: Jap, Piet Smits, Netherlands
  • Best Sportsbike: Suzuki GT 750 Etienne Gerau, Germany
  • Best Cafe Racer: BMW R50/6, Bernd Skatikat, Germandy
  • Best Power Cruiser: Buell 1125 R, Chris Stirrup, England
  • Best Chopper: Yamaha XS 650, Martin Becker/MB Cycles, Germany
  • Best Bobber: Suzuki Intruder, Volker Löhning/Biker Schmiede Berlin, Germany
  • Best Old School: Harley-Davidson Panhead, Timo Gorius, Germany
  • Best Roadster: Honda CB 750 Kompressor, Michael Stamm, Germany
  • Best Radical: Twin-Cam-Custombike, Florian Engel/Engelsschmiede, Germany
  • Editors Choice DREAM-MACHINES: S&S-Custombike, Robert Nowakowski, Poland
  • Editors Choice BIKERS NEWS: Opel Kadett Custombike, Stephan Sanderse, Netherlands
  • Editors Choice CUSTOMBIKE: Triumph TRW 500, Michael Glaser, Germany
  • Editors Choice ROADSTER: Kawasaki W 650, Stefan Trautmann, Germany
  • Best of Show: Harley-Davidson Shovel, E. Cincik & Johnnys Garage, Germany

Other highlights of this year's CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW were provided for on the main stage with several multimedia shows, motorcycle premieres, and award shows, such as the annual customizing contest of CUSTOMBIKE magazine or the presentation of the Build Da Fukker Contest's spectacularly modified bikes. Along with a rich action packed program – be it the Miss CUSTOMBIKE voting or Henny Kroeze's rides in the Wall of Death – the CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW 2015 yet once more knew to enthrall the audience.

The next CUSTOMBIKE-SHOW will take place from December 2nd till December 4th, 2016.