The Italian Motorcycle Federation at EICMA 2021: several scheduled appointments

The Italian Motorcycle Federation is among the realities present at the 78th edition of EICMA , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from Tuesday 23 to Sunday 28 November 2021. The exhibition is open to the public from 25 November.  Indications Conventions, events and meetings are scheduled at the FMI stand during the days of the exhibition. The stand is present in Hall 13 , space S86 , and on this occasion it is possible to request information on the various federal activities, in particular on Membership. Presence is also enhanced by the space reserved for Historic Register and Mototurismo , always at Pavilion 13 in the space R81 . Until the last day of the event, by accessing the platform dedicated to the convention within MyFMI, members of the Italian Motorcycle Federation have the opportunity to purchase the ticket at a discounted price of 14 euros (+1.5 fixed management costs), as indicated. Furthermore, enthusiasts can also try the Moto Trainer simulator along the event. A system that replicates the sensations of driving on the track, functional to improve your position in the saddle and to drive more safely and quickly. Those interested will have the opportunity to try the driving experience, with the support of the parent company, riding an Aprilia RS250SP. Alex De Angelis is expected to speak on Tuesday and Wednesday as FMI Technician. Also in evidence the specimens present at the stands. In the institutional space, the presence of the Beta da Trial winner of the Trial2 World Cup with Sofia Rabino, of the Honda of Thomas Oldrati world champion at the ISDE 2021, of a Moto Magni Italia 01/01, of the Ohvale GP-0 160 example is expected. third at the FIM MiniGP World Series with Cristian Borrelli, a Yamaha R7 and a Polini MTB full carbon eBike. In the space of the historical register, on the other hand, the presence of an MV Agusta replica Agostini with kits produced by Moto Magni and the Fantic Caballero winner of the Scrambler Trophy is expected.

The Italian Motorcycle Federation is among the realities present at the 78th edition of EICMA , the international two-wheeler exhibition scheduled from Tuesday 23 to Sunday 28 November 2021. The exhibition is open to the public from 25 November.

Indications

Conventions, events and meetings are scheduled at the FMI stand during the days of the exhibition. The stand is present in Hall 13 , space S86 , and on this occasion it is possible to request information on the various federal activities, in particular on Membership. Presence is also enhanced by the space reserved for Historic Register and Mototurismo , always at Pavilion 13 in the space R81 .

Until the last day of the event, by accessing the platform dedicated to the convention within MyFMI, members of the Italian Motorcycle Federation have the opportunity to purchase the ticket at a discounted price of 14 euros (+1.5 fixed management costs), as indicated.

Furthermore, enthusiasts can also try the Moto Trainer simulator along the event. A system that replicates the sensations of driving on the track, functional to improve your position in the saddle and to drive more safely and quickly. Those interested will have the opportunity to try the driving experience, with the support of the parent company, riding an Aprilia RS250SP. Alex De Angelis is expected to speak on Tuesday and Wednesday as FMI Technician.

Also in evidence the specimens present at the stands. In the institutional space, the presence of the Beta da Trial winner of the Trial2 World Cup with Sofia Rabino, of the Honda of Thomas Oldrati world champion at the ISDE 2021, of a Moto Magni Italia 01/01, of the Ohvale GP-0 160 example is expected. third at the FIM MiniGP World Series with Cristian Borrelli, a Yamaha R7 and a Polini MTB full carbon eBike. In the space of the historical register, on the other hand, the presence of an MV Agusta replica Agostini with kits produced by Moto Magni and the Fantic Caballero winner of the Scrambler Trophy is expected.

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