The second annual AIMExpo is here, and Motorcycle.com is live in Orlando to bring you the latest news from America’s newest motorcycle show. The 2014 AIMExpo kicks off with two full media days Oct. 16-17 before opening its doors to the public Oct. 18-19.

The new motorcycle announcements are well underway with Kawasaki announcing the 2015 Versys 650 and Versys 1000 LT as well as the new Vulcan S cruiser just ahead of the show. We expect more big announcements to come from Ducati, Erik Buell Racing, Suzuki, Yamaha and Kymco, not to mention electric motorcycle brands like Zero, Energica and BRD.

Beyond the motorcycle OEMs, several parts and accessories companies such as Sena, Schuberth, and Continental Tire will be showcasing their latest products.

Keep checking this page for the latest updates coming out of AIMExpo 2014 in Orlando.


Motorcycle Manufacturers
Kawasaki Star Yamaha
Parts and Accessories
Bridgestone CST Grip-n-Ride
Millennium Technologies Scorpion Shoei

Kawasaki

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Star

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Yamaha

Yamaha SMax Yamaha SMax Video
Yamaha YZ250FX and WR250F

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Bridgestone

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CST

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Grip-n-Ride

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Millennium

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Scorpion

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Shoei

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  • Old MOron

    Dear MO,
    I’m looking forward to your AIMExpo coverage. Thank you.

    Dear Everybody,
    Have you noticed the ubiquitous Harley advertising on MO? Sheesh!
    Oh well, at least it makes for good comedy:

    “You can’t manufacture a soul.”

    No, but you sure can market one, eh Harley?

    Ha ha ha!

    • Tumbles

      I enjoy your cynicism towards Harley almost as much as I enjoy my cynicism towards Harley. Carry on, sir.

  • x32792

    Anyone reveal The Urban Myth: 400 pound, six speed, vee or parallel twin Adv Bike?

  • Andrew

    This time of year is like Christmas for me, even the bitching, moaning, and foot stomping when I don’t get what I want! Thanks for all the coverage of the different motorcycle expos. My boss, however, doesn’t thank you.