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Images from Motocircle Festival in Vienna/Austria

Moto Circle Festival – The fuel of a new generation

Sep 192019

After two very successful editions, the Moto Circle Festival was taking place on 7th & 8th September for the third time. The best customizers from Central and Eastern Europe, a wide range of motorcycle brands, lifestyle exhibitors, international designers and artists as well as BMX professionals were there for a breathtaking show.

The Moto Circle Festival is the fuel of a new movement around motorcycle culture and its urban lifestyle. Motorcycle brands, customizers and lifestyle exhibitors out of fashion, design, art and handcraft united for the weekend. The program was rounded off by numerous photo and art exhibitions around motorcycle life. A highlight was the Monster Energy Area with their art exhibition of Illustrator and Brand Ambassador Stefan Beham aka SBÄM, Danny Schneiders Harley 1992 FXTR, Gaming Area and Photobooth.

New in the program and definitely one of the highlights of the festival was the Monster Energy Circle Race on Sunday. 4 teams fought on different 50ccm motorcycles for the title of the Monster Energy Circle Race 2019. It was a hell of a ride. Watch the highlight clip here.

Whether international brand, artist or visitor - everyone met at the same level: to explore, network and talk shop. There was again a lot to discover: creative art, thrilling BMX shows, free workshops for and with real wrench-people, illustrators and designers and of course absolutely unique motorcycles.

Internationally renowned customizers such as Vagabund, Crooked Motorcycles, Loose Screw, Blechmann, Titan, Bandisca, Reier Motors, Exesor Motorcycles, WS-Motorradtechnik, Two Wheels Only, and many more showed their award-winning custom motorcycles to the festival visitors this year.

builder: BLECHMANN

type: „Karpatenhund“ – HD Sportster 1200

construction year: customized 2002


type: Type 8 Honda CX500C

construction year: 1981

builder: LOOSE SCREW

type: Hercules 250GS Vollcross

construction year: 1977