Renowned sports car manufacturer Abarth is set to switch its focus from four to two wheels in the coming weeks, as it exhibits a range of high-performance bikes at this year's Motorcycle Live.
Running from November 24th to December 2nd at the Birmingham NEC, the event is set to offer an array of attractions for fans of two-wheeled action, with the vehicle manufacturer showcasing its long history of making custom motorcycles, dating as far back as the 1920s.
Vehicles on display at the show are set to include the Abarth 595 Competizione and its 'Scorpione' model, as well as a tribute to company founder Karl Abarth by specialist constructor Attitude Customs.
In addition, the Abarth Racing Bug Experience will be in attendance to give visitors a taste of miniature model radio-controlled Abarth action.
Ivan Gibson, head of Abarth UK, commented: "It's not often that a car manufacturer exhibits at a bike show, but there is so much motorcycle history and background in Abarth that it actually feels like a perfect fit."
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Posted by Paul Durcan