The EICMA fair – Moto Stock Exchange – starts tomorrow

After last year’s cancellation due to the global pandemic, the biggest event in the motorcycle industry is returning to the big door.

The EICMA fair in Milan starts tomorrow, November 23, in the halls of the Fiera Milano fair.

This year’s edition will, at least it seems, be smaller than in previous years, because some big names will not be among the exhibitors. BMW has previously decided to withdraw from the EICMA showroom, but also from the Intermot trade fair in Cologne.

KTM also decided to skip Milan, and therefore neither Husqvarna nor GasGas will appear. Ducati will also not be among the exhibitors, and the Italian company decided to reveal its premieres to the public through a series of online presentations.

Despite the absence of the three largest European manufacturers, EICMA will be the biggest event in the motorcycle industry in the past year, and what awaits us are several new models.

Piaggio group (Aprilia, Moto Guzii, Vespa), MV Agusta and Bimota are preparing new models, and there will also be Triumph.

Honda, Kawasaki and Suzuki will also present new two-wheelers in Milan. Yamaha, the fourth member of the Japanese big four, is coming to the EICMA showroom, but it is not yet known whether (and that) will be shown.

Royald Enfield and Zero Motorcycles have confirmed their presence at EICMA, doc special attention should be paid to CFMOTO. The Chinese manufacturer has a joint business project with KTM, so the Austrian DNA will still be in the halls in Milan.

CFMOTO will present its SR-C21, a concept that seems to share much of its technology with KTM’s upcoming 490 twin platform.

So, get ready. a few exciting days await us.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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