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Moto Madrid

April 01, 2017

A trip over to Spain for the largest motorcycle show Moto Madrid.  The motorcycle show itself is hosted in Casa De Campo, as its the largest motorcycle show you get motorcyclists from all across Spain attending.  

The show was really busy, what you expect as there are so many motorcyclists / scooter riders in Spain, the photo makes it look quiet but trust me it was not.  What was really surprising about the show was the lack of some of big motorcycle manufacturers attending, unless i missed them there was no KTM or Kawasaki attending the show which seemed really strange.  

 


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