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Imagine: a cool place where to roam around, thousands of interesting people and potentially new friends, nice street food, live music, legendary racers. And, overall, them. Hundreds of unique and amazing custom bikes. Everywhere. This is called Bike Shed Show 2018.

On 25th, 26th and 27th May we’ve been in London at Tobacco Docks, for 3 incredible days of pure motorcycling, leather and passion. Dainese Settantadue’s booth had also a very special guest. An original MotoGP three-cylinders red and silver MV Agusta. All eyes on her, and on the Dainese Settantadue collection, of course. Inspired by original racing, made for an everyday amusement, whatever the road you choose. That’s a real show.

3 DAYS OF EXTRAORDINARY VIEWS AROUND THE BEST COSTUME BIKES IN EUROPE

The attention on every detail of the motorbikes at Bike Shed London is incredible. And you can’t find a wider range of machinery on show, anywhere. Nothing is corporate, every piece is different from the others, and from everything you have ever seen. Showpieces made by pro-builders, big-budget works made with the help of motorcycle brands, homemade stuffs built by enthusiasts. Every bike is unique, and you can say that everyone is happy to show his job done. A nice and keen group of friends, overall.

On Sunday we have been the pleasure of a even-more-amazing special guest at our booth. A person who doesnt’ need introductions if you love motorcycling as we obviously do.

15 TIMES WORLD CHAMPION, 122 GP VICTORIES, MORE THAN 300 TRIUMPHS. THIS IS THE REAL LEGEND, GIACOMO “AGO” AGOSTINI

A name in the history of motorcycling, a Dainese’s friend, a real sport legend. The show stopped to say hello to Ago. An infinite queue just to shake his hand, have a brief chat with him, a memorable photo, even a sign on the skin that will become a indelible tattoo. That’s passion, that’s dedication, that’s our true spirit.

Customization at Bike Shed doesn’t only mean motorcycles. We invited North-London artist This Is My Costume to reinterpret and personalize leather gears with the iconic Krink markers. He made an amazing job on our leather bracelets, but also on some of our jackets like the Freccia72 and Patina72. Some have become exclusive presents for some of our friends in London, others came back with us in Italy. Maybe you’ll see them someday if you’ll come to meet us in Vicenza.

Big motorbike exhibitions are usually tiring, demanding, ubearably crowdy. But these 3 days has been more than amazing. Unbelievable bikes, incredible people, an unmistakable style. That’s what you look for when you go to a show, and it’s more than you can expect from a bike show.

THANK YOU BIKE SHED LONDON, HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON ON OUR ROAD.

We definitely loved it. And surely you did too if you have been there with us. The history continues.