Fine motorcycle enthusiasts… you won't be disappointed by this year’s Moto Légende.
Once again, the show – set to draw nearly 30,000 enthusiasts – will keep its promise. Everything about this year's pop-up exhibition will be EXCEPTIONAL, and the machines on show will be the finest COLLECTORS’ items.
This year, the spotlight is going to be on Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi. Fifteen legendary motorcycles will be on show, helping you to immerse yourself in the history of this manufacturer. You will be dazzled by the 500 Falcone, the 250 Airone, the Stornello, the Zigolo, the 1000 Le Mans, the V7 and many, many others. One of the machines is on loan from Charles Krajka, a collector and Guzzi France ambassador.
Seeing is great, hearing is even better. And that's exactly what you’ll be able to do at the Moto Légende show with a replica of the Guzzi 500 V8 Grand Prix racing motorcycle. Indeed, it won't just be on show – it will be being driven all around the Exhibition Centre. Moto Guzzi will even let you test-drive its whole Classic range – everything from its V7s to its big block Californias.
A second major exhibition will be staged by France's Vesper Club. This will be to celebrate 70 years of the Italian "Wasp". The programme continues with Yamaha, which will be celebrating 40 years of the TZ750 and the end of Giacomo Agostini’s career. To mark the event, Yamaha will have four TZ750s on show: a brand-new one fresh off the assembly line, the one that Steve Baker rode to victory in 1977, one belonging to Christian Sarron, and one decked out in Agostini's colours.
BMW, Mash, Boss Hoss, and Midual will also all be in attendance.
More than exhibition, the event is all about rarity and legends, as well as new trends. The Moto Légende motorcycle show packs in everything about the machines you love – from unique items to service.
More information about the programme here.