The Hamburg Motorcycle Days awaken the anticipation for the start of the 2024 season.
At the most successful motorcycle show in northern Germany, everything is offered makes the driver's heart beat faster: The current models of well-known Motorcycle manufacturers will be just as fascinating as the wide variety of accessories, Clothing and helmets.
Last year, the rush of visitors to HMT was hardly manageable. That's why HMT 2024 will reopen in its familiar and familiar size. On more than 35,000 square meters of exhibition and action space, chopper, sportsman, scooter, touring or enduro riders will get their money's worth.
This year's attractions include the popular indoor driving arena, where a spectacular driving and stunt program provides thrills. For the perfect motorcycle holiday, there is a wide range of motorcycle tours and guided tours. At the custom bike show, the individualists of the scene invite visitors to marvel at their exhibited beauties. An insight into the club life of committed motorcyclists is offered by the Club Mile, where numerous clubs present themselves with their social projects.
The positive reactions of followers on social media paint a clear picture. You can't wait for the opening of HMT on Friday, 23.02.2024. Bikes and tattoos – almost a romantic relationship. After all, 85% of the male and even 95% of the female two-wheeler maniacs are embellished with the individual body jewelry.
That's why this year, the Hamburg Tattoo Days will take place at the same time as the Hamburg Motorcycle Days. With over 200 supra-regional artists from the fields of tattoo and body jewelry and various contests, the organizers attract visitors.
A day ticket costs €19.90 (reduced €17.90, children up to 16 years - accompanied by an adult - free) and applies to both the HMT 2024 and the Hamburg Tattoo Days. You can't get more leisure fun than that! The Hamburg Motorcycle Days are organised by DiCoNgroup GmbH, the specialist for motorcycle fairs. Save the Date: Press conference for HMT 2024 on 22.02.2024, 12.00 noon.
Of course, the motorradtest.de team will be reporting from both the HMT and the trade fair in Dortmund again this year. And this is what it looked like last year at HMT: