Source: Veronafiere Press Office
Ribbon cutting scheduled at 10 am in front of Hall 1
Passion for the world of motorcycling is once again the protagonist at VeronaFiere. Tomorrow sees the start of Motor Bike Expo, the motorbike exhibition scheduled until Sunday
16 January. There are 600 exhibitors present, 8 pavilions occupied, for over 120 thousand square metres to visit.
The latest novelties and 2022 previews presented by the most important manufacturers and the most famous customisation workshops will be on show. And more, components, biker
clothing, sports, VIP guests, entertainment, races, tourism in the saddle, and educational events.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony of Motor Bike Expo is scheduled at 10 am, in front of Hall 1, with the participation of Maurizio Danese, President of Veronafiere, Francesco Agnoletto –
CEO and co-founder of Motor Bike Expo, Federico Sboarina, Mayor of Verona, Manuel Scalzotto, President of the Province of Verona, and Luca Zaia, President of the Veneto Region.
Safety at the fair
The four-day event takes place in full compliance with the anti-Covid19 safety standards, implemented according to the latest national regulations in force since 10 January. Entry to the exhibition
centre is only possible with a reinforced Green Pass (Super Green Pass) and an ffp2 mask. In order to avoid crowds at the ticket counters, admission tickets can only be purchased
online and three entrances with 60 turnstiles have been activated, with an hourly capacity of 7,000 people.