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Croatia Bike Week Turns 21

cbw1Although it is well-known for its film festival and other various concerts at the Arena amphitheatre, at the end of August (24 – 30 August) the city of Pula will be a bikers haven…

Bikers from all over Europe will be in town for Croatia Bike Week, an event that has been held for the last 20 years. Pula’s bikers meeting is one of the largest in Europe, and every year the programme and entertainment gets better and better.

Croatia Bike Week, which started in 1995, will gather motorcycle lovers of all types and manufacturers, but also those people who just want to have some fun. Admission is free for those who turn up on bikes and 50 kuna for those that do not. Once again there will be stands selling motorcycle equipment and accessories from Croatia and Europe. Between 2,000 and 3,000 people are expected from Croatia, the region, and also from places such as Finland, Belgium, the Czech Republic and many other countries.


Legendary Sarajevo band Zabranjeno Pušenje, the Deadly Romantics (UK), Soul Sister & Blaxperts, Gruhak, Cheops, Night Express, Steelhamer, and more will be proving the entertainment during the week.

Check out more about Croatia Bike Week on their website here.

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