Coronavirus: cancelled the 12 edition of the Rome Motodays

The 12 edition of the Rome Motodays, postponed in April, has been cancelled, as the restrictive measures imposed to try to eradicate the coronavirus and will be rescheduled next year. This was made known by a press release in which it stated that “the Fair of Rome, together with its supporters and its partners, reserves the right to communicate any decisions in respect of another appointment in the current year, an event dedicated to riders and enthusiasts, that may mark a new beginning for the sector of the two wheels and to inaugurate the re-start. The all – continues the press release – in full respect of the rules, the health of the individual, and not to forget the support for the industrial engine of the Country and a fundamental instrument for individual mobility and sustainable, particularly in Rome, the true Capital of the world of two wheels, with over 700,000 vehicles two-wheel vehicles registered, of which 393.000 on the road every day.

“When, hopefully soon, we will again do so in safety,” said the ceo and general Manager of Fiera Roma Pietro Piccinetti – we’ll have even more desire to meet us, presenting ideas, projects and products face-to-face, by turning the spotlight on the bag of the tourism and motorcycle international. Unfortunately -concludes Piccinetti – still is not the time, but proud Rome, with all of the friends of the Rome Motodays, can’t wait to start again, with even more full. Together, we will give a voice to the Italy that is showing in these days its best face, a face made of cohesion, responsibility, tenacity, commitment, creativity, and courage”.