Saturday, 18 August 2018
Art Of Speed Malaysia never fails to impress, the people are wonderful, it is extremely well organised and the Cars and Bikes on display fantastic, again Asep, Denni and their band of volunteers excelled themselves.
I love this show for the variety of Cars and Bikes on display, there is everything from home built customs to pro built stunners encompassing all styles and interests there really is something for everyone here whether your thing is Custom Cars or Bikes, JDM, or Collectable/Retro Classics.
Not only is there an incredible collection of best of Customs from Malaysia and abroad, there are bands to keep you rocking, Skate board competitions, a thong chucking competition, before you get excited (the thongs you wear on your feet), Hip Hop bands and Rappers a Tattooo alley with local and international Tattoists on hand for those who want to get inked up, some very fine food trucks for when you feel hungry there is also a mini swap meet whitch always has a few bargains for those who like the thrill of the hunt and lets not forget the dozens of trade and vendor stalls, Oh and I almost forgot the Hot Wheels Collector centre where you can get the jump on your fellow colectors by picking up special editions and show releases, the Hot Wheels Collector centre is always packed with enthusiasts who come to worship the gods of Hot Wheels.
This awesome Rauwalt Porsche was this years special realease
This year was my fourth visit to AOSM and I am always blown away by what I see there for me the Bikes are the royalty here, Malaysia has a lot of incredibly talented Bike builders whether they are building Custom Harleys, Japanese Bikes or Euro Bikes their engenuity, vision and fabrication skills provide us with some pretty awesome Customs to drool over.
The fact that a lot of the bikes are designed and built by lone enthusiasts or small groups of friends in small shops and at home makes the work even more interesting and worth a visit to AOSM to see what can be built with enthusiasm and persistence and not much eles, I take my hat off to Malaysias builders, I have no doubt that Malaysians love Motorcycles.