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Sprint International – Contestants – Set Cards 2017

Glemseck 101 - 2017 - Poster - Sprint International 2

International guests and their motorcycles where invited to this unique European sprint by Jörg Litzenburger, the program director of the Glemseck 101. Customizers, tuners, engineers, designers, racers, and well-known characters from the wide motorcycle scene. Our »Poets of Sprint!«

::: 1/8 mile – venue and date
16 riders – mano a mano, knockout-system. The winner comes into the next round. It is the usual hard acceleration race over the 1/8 mile distance, about 200 meters. Venue is the start and finish line of the old Solitude racetrack at Leonberg, nearby Stuttgart.

::: Homogeneous starter field
Even if there are no technical regulations in this sprint, we want competitive bikes on the 1/8 mile. Each participating motorcycle should have the chance to be a winner. Therefore, the selection of the participating motorcycles is also facing on their engine performance.

::: List of the contestants »101 Sprint International« – 2017
We present the riders and their bikes on our well-known Glemseck 101 »Poets of Sprint« sedcards, designed by our Creative Director Steven Flier.

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::: Felix Pilz – »Shiny Harry« – Suzuki GSX1100 / Harris Magnum 2
www.berham.com / Berham Customs – Facebook

::: Rolf Henniges – »Hexenwerk« Triumph Rocket III – Powered by Ulf Penner
Rolf Henniges – Mastermind of FUEL
Interview Ulf Penner – MOTORRAD-Online

::: Sabine Singenberger – »Poseidon« BMW K1100
www.8techracing.de / 8Tech Racing – Facebook

::: Andy Hofmann – »Hulk« BMW S100R
www.motorrad-senger.de / Rabbit Ground Customizig – Facebook / Andy Hofmann – Wikipedia

::: Christian Moretti – Benelli 512 M
www.planbmotorcycles.com / Plan B – Facebook

::: Sepp Frauenschuh – RBF ONE / KTM
www.berreiter.de / Team Berreiter – Facebook / Josef Frauenschuh – Tuning

::: Giorgio Vuilleumier – La Turbo K
www.jvperformances.ch / JP Performances – Facebook

::: Jens „Specky 2“ Speckmaier – Der Schussapparat – Suzuki GS1000/GSX-R
www.csm-racing.de

::: Simon Willner – »Goodwood 12« BMW R1200R
www.vtr-customs.com / Stucki2Rad | VTR Customs – Facebook

::: Gregoire Galian – »Ezechiel 21« Kawasaki Z1000 ’81 – Rebuilt 2016 – Hardtail!
www.edturner-motorcycles.com

::: Max D. Krpanic – »Master Blaster« Suzuki GSX-R 750/1100
www.dr-mechanik.com / Dr. Mechanik – Facebook

::: Anthony Partridge – »Tempus Fury« Yamaha MT-10 – Son of Time
Son of Time – Tempus Fury – The Story / www.twsteel.com / TW Steel – Facebook
Anthony Partridge – dr. mattblack – Instagram

::: Per Nielsen – »RevMonkee« Kawasaki Ninja H2
www.wrenchmonkees.com / Wrenchmonkees – Facebook / www.revitsport.com

::: Conor Cummins – »AEon« Yamaha XSR 900
Son of Time – AEon – The Story / www.twsteel.com / TW Steel – Facebook
www.diamond-atelier.com / Diamond Atelier – Facebook / Conor Cummins – Facebook

::: Mai-Lin Senf – »Engina« Indian Chief Vintage – 2016 – Powered by Ulf Penner 
Customized by Team LOUIS Motorrad / www.indianmotorcycle.de / Indian Motorcycles – Facebook
Mai-Lin – www.stunt-girl.net / Mail-Lin – Facebook / LOUIS Motorrad – Facebook

::: Freddie Spencer – »Sharpened« Honda Fireblade RR
www.honda.de (Motorräder DE) / Freddie Spencer – Facebook

::: You are a customizer / tuner and want to be invited by Jörg?
You have built such an unique motorcycle? Please send an email to Jörg Litzenburger with one or two pictures (please not more) and a brief description of your motorcycle. If Jörg thinks that your bikes is a match to above points to us and our audience, he will invite you to take part in our »101 Sprint International«. Email to: j.litzenburger@glemseck101.de & CC to s.flier@glemseck101.de

 

We’ll see you at the 101 – 2017.

Steven – Team 101

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