Motobuilds Pilipinas – Music, Moto Trade Fair Show and Biker Build-Off

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The most talented motorcycle builders and customizers of the country gathered together at the Tiendesitas Trade Hall on June 13-14, 2015 from 10:30am to 9:00pm  to witness the new displays of the country’s best motorcycle builds and restoration. Gracing the event also included different live bands including Imago, KJWAN, Hilera, Kontra, Erectus, Typecast, and Small Hands, as well as various motorcycles companies and accessories exhibitors.

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Organized by the Motobuild Pilipinas Music x Moto Trade Fair and Biker Build-off, the events showcased case entries usually with different styles of building, each with unique expertise against each other and posing the challenge for the best scooter, vintage custom, vintage restored, sport bike, street fighter, standard, cruiser and underbone.

More Photos of of Moto Trade Fair Show here

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