Ruls of BIKE SHOW ASR 2019
Motorbike’s registration are free. We will provide two 3-days accreditations for each registered motorbikes in order to access the event. This accreditations are personal and non-transferable.
This year we will count with 5 categories in the Bike Show ASR 2019 (Art On Wheels). These categories will be: Freestyle, the most aclamated in custom world, where everything is permitted; OEM Modified, where the chassis and motor are originals (or with minimal modifications); Retro Modifies, for construction with engines prior to 1984; Cafe Race and Scrambler. This year’s Bike Show will also be awarded “Best painting”.
PRIZE: In this edition will be more than 8.000€ of prizes in cash and… ¡prizes offered by Aftermarkets!
The first three classified in each category will be awarded.
Among all the participants, the “Best of Show” will be chosen, with a cash prize and a 3×3 stand in builder area for the next edition.
To register the bike, the limit date is September, 15. Each participant has to send five photos of the registered bike and complete the Inscription Form (if one of the fields has not been modified it should be left empty or write “original”). With all the inscriptions received, we will make the selection of the participants for the Bike Show. There must be a minimum of five inscriptions for category, if not it will be eliminated, not preventing it from participating in the Best of Show.
In order to give the prize, the bikes must be started.
The jury will be made up of professionals in the sector:
- Kirk Taylor of Custom Design Studio (USA) builder
- Pete Pearson of Rocket Bobs (UK) builder
- Francesco Mattioli member of International Master Bike Builders Associaton (IT)
- Frank Burgera of California Motorcycles (ESP)
- If the builder or participant of a awarded-winning motorbike does not show up or does not appear at the award ceremony, will be desqualified, living the award desert.
- If the award-winning bike cannot be set up for the prize collection, it will be desqualified, leaving the prize desert.
Freestyle: Construction of the chassis from scratch or base on any modified chassis with any engine and transmission.
OEM Modified: On original chassis. The only modifications allowed are: smoothing of welds and other mouldings; additios of sheets, supports or their relocation (p.e.: relocation the exhaust bracket). Tipping changes are allowed; the conversion of the rearparts from wide to narrow or vice versa is permitted; lowering or uploading the chassis as long as the basic geometry of the frame does not vary. The inside of the engine box, cylinders, turbochargers, superchargers, NOS kits and/or pistons can be modified.
Retro Modified: Any modified motorbike, with any transmission train in any chassis configuration manufactured before 1984. IT must be based on an engine prior to that year and with a style and appearence of a motorcycle manufactures before 1984. The use of some contemporaany pieces and/or design elements are allowed.
Cafe Racer: Modifications in chassis and footrests, exhaust pipes, colines and general lightening of the machine removing everything that is not necessary and putting special emphasis on speed and agility, leaving comfort in the backgroung.
Scrambler: Sturdy-looking with taco or mixed wheels. Road bikes adapted to offroad use.
This year’s Bike show will also reward the Best Painting.
We also have the Clubstyle area that will have its own Bike show. If you are interested in participating in the Bike show you can request more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fact sheet link: Bike Show register sheet
For more information on the BaumFest blog you will find last year’s winners.