At the annual Glemseck 101 motorcycle gathering, picturesque Leonberg turns into a mecca for bike enthusiasts, complete with a grand raffle of a uniquely customized Sabaku Honda CL 500, with proceeds going to charity.

A weekend of motorcycle passion

The annual Glemseck 101 motorcycle gathering returns September 1-3, 2023.  The picturesque Glemseck in Leonberg will once again become a pilgrimage site for motorcycle enthusiasts from all over Europe.  The event is known for its wide range of activities, but one of the highlights is undoubtedly the big raffle for a good cause.


From mass production to unique specimen: the Sabaku Honda CL 500

The raffle offers many interesting prizes, but the main prize, a Sabaku Honda CL 500, stands out.  This bike was provided by Honda and then completely redesigned by David Wolf of Glemseck Moto and his team from Seehaus, a free-form juvenile detention facility.

The complex redesign of the bike included the design of a side fairing that integrates the radiator and dissipates waste heat through ventilation ducts.  To make this possible, the motorcycle was first scanned.  The fairings were made in Italy using MJF 3D printing technology and then hand-bonded, molded and painted.


David Wolf talks about the conversion work: “Together with two Seehaus youths, I converted the Honda-sponsored CL 500 with the help of other sponsoring partners. Conceptually, it had to be a ‘getaway bike’ again, of course, and this time we painted it sand beige. […]”


Technical refinements and sponsors

For the sporty touch, the bike’s ergonomics were optimized with a lower handlebar.  Additional elements such as black anodized radial fittings from Magura and a hydraulic clutch system complete the bike.  The lighting is also not off-the-shelf, but an LED system from Kellermann.  A special rear muffler from Hattech and chunky K60 Ranger tires from Heidenau round out the sporty overall package.


Doing good with every ticket

The raffle serves a good cause.  All proceeds will go to the victim and trauma counseling centers of Seehaus e.V. in Baden-Württemberg. 

Elvira Pfleiderer, the head of the counseling centers, explains, “In the six counseling centers of Seehaus e. V., we support and accompany around 450 people a year who have been victims of crime or have had other traumatic experiences.”


An oasis in the hustle and bustle: the Christian Village

In addition to the raffle and the motorcycles, there is also a special highlight for the soul: the Christian Village.  It’s home to Christian motorcycle clubs and a variety of activities, from quiet talks to live concerts, among other things.  The village is a cooperation of various Christian motorcycle organizations and thus offers something for everyone.


Information and participation

Raffle tickets can be purchased either online at the Seehaus e.V. website or directly on site.  With approximately 40,000 motor sports enthusiastic visitors, Glemseck 101 is one of the largest motorcycle meetings in Europe.


For more information:

Club lottery of the Seehaus e.V.

Motorcycle raffle at the Glemseck 101


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