Colombia’s largest motorcycle fair will once again take over Medellín this year for four days in May.
The 12th annual Feria de las Dos Ruedas (Two-Wheel Fair) will showcase thousands of bikes, product displays, riding and aerial feats, deal-making, educational sessions, and other business opportunities.
The event will run from May 3-6 in the Plaza Mayor in the South American nation’s second largest city. The first two days will be dedicated to business before the weekend hits and the fair opens up to the general public in Colombia for May 5-6.
The 2017 edition broke attendance records and organizers of this year’s fair expect the record to fall again this year, including a large number of international participants.
Representatives from virtually all the world’s major brands — including Harley Davison, BMW, Honda, Ducati, and Yamaha — will be among the 400-plus exhibitors in attendance to sell bikes and interact with the Colombian market.
Medellín Mayor Federico Gutiérrez will make an appearance as well, along with other prominent figures from the local chamber of commerce, private sector business agencies, and various governmental bodies.
Registration is still available through the Feria de las 2 Ruedas website.