Vertigo Motors will return to the famous EICMA motorcycle exhibition in Milan, Italy to be held 19th to 22nd November 2015, almost exactly a year after the brand first broke cover with its Combat Trial model. Here it will celebrate an amazing initial twelve month period for the new Spanish manufacturer.
Although still in its infancy Vertigo has already achieved some amazing sporting successes with their brand ambassador Dougie Lampkin winning the much-revered Scottish Six Days Trial aboard the prototype Combat back in May. This was ahead of his compatriot and factory rider James Dabill gave the brand its first ever-national title as he clinched the British Trials Championship later in the season. Fellow factory rider Francesc Moret almost completed an incredible hat-trick of triumphs as he narrowly missed out on clinching the European Championship in a year when the Combat has more than proved itself whilst competing at the highest level.
Vertigo Motors will use the occasion of this year’s EICMA to display the 2016 Combat production model that was recently launched to selected distributors and media, but is yet to be viewed by the wider audience. In addition to revealing the updated Combat model, the exhibition in Milan will also give the Spanish company the opportunity to unveil a selection of other new and exciting models.
These will be presented to the media at 12.00hrs on 17th November 2015 during Vertigo Motor’s official press call.
Vertigo Motors can be found in Pavilion 13 – Stand O56.
Vertigo Motors look forward to welcoming the public, distributors and media over the duration of the exhibition and sharing with these interested parties the new product range.
ECIMA takes place at Fiera Milano, SS. 33 del Sempione 28, 20017 Rho, Milan. Press and trade visitors are welcome from Tuesday 17th November with prior accreditation. The exhibition is then open to the public from Thursday 19th November to Sunday 22nd November inclusive.
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