Pure & Crafted 2019 – What To Expect

Pure & Crafted by BMW lands in Singapore this Saturday, the 19th of October. The Bavarian Marques’ take on Kustom Kulture, freedom of expression and just having a rolling good time for the fifth year running, this will be the second time Pure & Crafted hits Singapore.

For this year, Pure and Crafted will be held very prominently at the outdoor space along the Suntec City Convention Centre, Raffles Boulevard and opposite the Marina Mandarin Hotel. Do watch out for curious folk as you arrive at the venue. Parking is abundant at ground level and below the convention centre.

See The Wide Space to the Left? Let’s Populate That Yeah (Screenshot off Google Maps)

If the Singapore edition of Pure & Crafted 2018 is anything to go by, we will see a model launch which BMW Motorrad Singapore has already confirmed over social media, will be the (Mouse Over Model Names for Links) new S1000RR, R1250RT and R1250RS.

Remember When this Guy made an Appearance at Last Year’s Pure & Crafted?

Live performances, music, food and craft wares will run the course of the event, while a motorcycle competition spanning categories such as Bobber, Cafe Racer, Chopper, Tracker, Classic Restoration, Paint and even Rat builds will put up local talent for display.

This Was Just Part of the Competition Bike Display for 2018

Another highlight for this years Pure & Crafted Singapore will be sharing sessions by several globe trotters and globe trotters-to-be on the various stages of motorcycle touring, before and after as BMW’s motorcycles are the go-to-choice of many for touring trips (well duh Captain Obvious!). Among the presenters are two couples, proving that embarking on adventures doesn’t end once the single status is given up or the knot has been tied.

Do look out for the lifestyle products, hearsay is that several products can be had at prices exclusive to the event. Keep your eyes peeled and see you there!

Do Remember to Grab Photo Opportunities if you can!

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