EICMA 2010: Milan Motorcycle Show

Motorcycle.com provides the latest news on the 2010 EICMA show in Milan, Italy

EICMA, the Intentional Bicycle and Motorcycle Exhibition, returns for its 68th show, Nov. 2-7, in Milan, Italy.

The Milan show comes comes just weeks after another major industry show in Cologne, Germany. Several new models were launched at INTERMOT in Cologne, but several major manufacturers made sure to save some surprises for Milan.

Leading the way is Ducati, once again kicking things off with a press conference the evening before the show. The Bologna firm will finally unveil its new cruiser, the Ducati Diavel but promises some other surprises. Honda was a no-show at last year’s Milan show but the Japanese manufacturer will be back with a bang, promising eight world premieres at EICMA 2010. Yamaha, another absentee from the 2009 show will also be back, while Aprilia and the rest of the Piaggio family will also have a strong showing for their home market.

All this and much more will be revealed in Milan at the 2010 EICMA Show.



Aprilia Tuono

Aprilia debuts a new V4 Tuono with features based on the RSV4 Factory APRC SE.


Aprilia RS4 125

Aprilia will introduce an entry level sportbike with RSV4 styling to America in late 2011



BMW Concept C

BMW unveiled a new scooter concept, announcing its entry to the scooter market


2011 BMW R1200R

The BMW R1200R gets an updated DOHC engine developed from the HP2 Sport.


2011 BMW G650GS

BMW introduced a new entry-level model to its GS lineup.



Ducati Diavel

Ducati unveils its new power cruiser, the Diavel!


Ducati Monster 1100 EVO

The Monster 1100 undergoes an Evoluzione.



Honda Crossrunner

Honda unveils its new middleweight V4 crossover, the all-new Crossrunner.


Honda CB1000R

Honda unveiled a new naked standard. And it’s coming here!


Honda CB250R

Americn Honda will import this entry level motorcycle with VFR1200F-inspire styling.


Honda V4 Crosstourer Concept

Honda presented a new adventuring touring concept model featuring the engine and dual clutch transmission introduced with the VFR1200F.


Honda New Mid Concept

Honda presented a concept scooter equipped with dual clutch transmission.



Husqvarna Mille 3 Concept

What’s stranger than a BMW maxi-scooter? How about a Husqvarna cruiser?

Moto Guzzi


Moto Guzzi Stelvio and Stelvio NTX

Moto Guzzi updates the Stelvio and Stelvio NTX with an 8.5 gallon tank.

MV Agusta


MV Agusta F3

Back in the hands of the Castilgioni family, MV Agusta unveils the new F3 middleweight sportbike.



Piaggio MP3 City

Piaggio adds another member to its line of leaning three-wheeled scooters with the MP3 Yourban. Expect to see it in American showrooms in late 2011 as the MP3 City.



Triumph Tiger 800 and 800XC

Triumph reveals official details about its new mid-sized Tigers.


Triumph Daytona 675R

Photos of the Daytona 675R were leaked weeks before the show but Triumph has finally released official information about the higher-spec version of its supersport triple.




After a relatively subdued showing at INTERMOT, expect Aprilia to make a splash at the 2010 EICMA show in Milan.



The Concept 6 was the star of last year’s show. What will BMW do for an encore?



The Devil went down to Georgia but the Diavel is on its way to Milan.



Honda is back with eight new models for EICMA including a couple of V4 bikes making their debuts.



Husqvarna’s display will show more product crossover from its parent company, BMW.


Moto Guzzi

Moto Guzzi made a splash at last year’s show with several intriguing concepts. We’ll see if the Italian manufacturer has more surprises for 2010.


MV Agusta

MV Agusta gave us a taste of its upcoming F3 but will the 600cc Triple be ready for EICMA?



Triumph will unveil the two new members of its Tiger family as well as the new Daytona 675R.

Keep checking throughout the week for the latest updates!

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INTERMOT 2010: Cologne Motorcycle Show
EICMA 2009: Milan Motorcycle Show

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