IN THE SPOTLIGHT
The MCBW (Munich Creative Business Week) is Germany's largest design event.
During the week, BMW-Motorrad invited us to the BMW Museum in Munich
to present our Track Grinder in collaboration with the nineT.
It exhibited over 90 years of BMW motorcycle history with the
introduction showcasing the 1923 R32, and finishing with the nineT.
All of this was presented by museum boss and presenter Ralf Rodepeter
no big deal at all! Ola Stenegard (Head of Design for BMW
motorcycles) and Klaus Ottillinger (Chief of Bodywork) explained the
nineT concept to over 300 enthusiasts. This was followed by SOULFUEL
extensively before the TRACK GRINDER could be driven onto the
stage where Peter and Uwe (without Henry unfortunately) put on a show
until they lost their voices. We believe the audience was well
Perhaps more important were the beer and gas-fuelled conversations
afterwards, with an awesome band called
The Bricats. An unforgettable
Minga bar tour with the SOULFUEL group also happened, along with an improvised
birthday party for Ola. Berlin isn't the only city worth a trip!
Munich has great events with such a cool selection of people!
Thanks BMW Motorrad, thank you Ralf (for having us), thank you Nathalie (for the perfect organisation), thank you Fabio (for the idea) und THANKS to all who were there!
Take care, Peter