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Custom bike exhibition & 15 years of Fred Kodlin in Velden, from September 6 to 10, 2022.

The city of Velden is eagerly looking forward to once again welcoming bikers and motorbike enthusiasts as part of European Bike Week 2022. The Casinoplatz in particular is a great place to get a good look at the bikes; it's all about seeing and being seen.

Exclusive exhibitors will once again show off their latest motorbikes at Casino Velden, including first and foremost the world-famous German custom bike designer Fred Kodlin. This year, he will present the FAT TIRE style and the latest converted Harley Davidson Road Glide and Streetglide. Motorbikes in the legendary club style as well as Kodlin parts and textiles, which are in high demand, will also be part of the display.

In 2021, Fred Kodlin became the first non-American to be inducted into the Hall of Fame (Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, Sturgis), which is seen as a very special distinction in the community. And there's an anniversary coming up this year as well – Fred Kodlin has been a loyal and reliable exhibitor at Casino Velden for 15 years. He has proven to be instrumental in establishing Velden as a location for all motorbike fans during the European Bike Week. People have been meeting up here for years, enjoying the hotels and restaurants, and many new exhibitors have been encouraged to attend as a result. All bikers are welcome – that's what it's all about!

Holger Schnell, the owner of No-Limit-Custom, also has some news to bring to the table regarding his custom bikes and their conversions. Among other pieces, two Indian Chief Dark Horse custom bikes will be on display.

Spock's Motorcycle/Spock Expert will also be present to show off the latest "Indian Motorcycle" models. For classic car fans, it should be noted that this year's show will feature Indian Motorcycle models built from 1918 onwards.

The exhibition in the Casineum, Casineum am See and the Casino Velden lobby area is open to the public free of charge from Tuesday, September 6 to Saturday, September 10 from 11 am to 11 pm.