American International Motorcycle Expo Has Big Plans

Exhibit of all things motorcycle has expanded from two days to four

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Hundreds of motorcycle makers and accessory providers and tens of thousands enthusiasts are expected in Orlando in October for the second annual American International Motorcycle Expo to be held there.

As of now, Yamaha, Suzuki and most recently, Kawasaki, have confirmed they will attend . They each plan to debut their 2015 model line-up there.

This year’s event, held in the Orange County Convention Center October 16-19, has expanded from two days to four.

Members of the trade have the place to themselves the first two days and the general public can attend the last two.

Organizers have been busy filling the expanded schedule with activities. They say over 400 exhibitors have signed on to attend this year and more are being added daily.

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We’ve seen the reports from last year’s event, and we’re safe in saying that those four days in Orlando will feature the largest collection of motorcycles and accessories in North America.

Attendees will be able to sign up for demo rides for both road bikes and off-road machines.

A range of Italian motorcycles and accessories will be housed within the special Italian Pavilion.

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Organizers say a first for this year is a special exhibit called Retro Affair, Vintage Motorcycle Show, presented in partnership with the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC).

This judged motorcycle competition showcases historic, restored and customized American, Japanese and European motorcycles built before 1984.


To sign up for the Retro Affair, go to

To learn more about the American International Motorcycle Expo, go to