Okay, the days are getting shorter, and the temperatures are staying lower. Perhaps even the leaves have started to turn in your neighborhood. That’s great news! Why? Because the Model Year 2019 show season is kicking off today in Cologne, Germany, at the bi-annual Intermot convention. That’s right, in even-numbered years, we don’t have to wait until the EICMA show in November to begin seeing what all the international motorcycle manufacturers have up their collective sleeves. While your actual riding season may be drawing to a close, we hope to keep you daydreaming about motorcycles with a list of new temptations.

Next on the show season docket will be the AIMExpo in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 11 and 12. MO will be there in person to cover the event and get all the information online for you. Then in a few weeks, November 6th, to be exact, we’ll see the rest of the 2019 motorcycles that the manufacturers have ready for us from EICMA in Milan, Italy. The biggest motorcycle industry show in the world never disappoints, so we’ll be sure to get you all the information we can from the event.

So, sit back with a mug of your favorite warm fall beverage and take some time to peruse the first tidbits of information as they flow out of Germany. You can bet your friendly MO editors are busily tracking, collating, and laying out the exciting news as quickly as we can. Keep checking back. We’ll be updating this page throughout Intermot!

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Aprilia Ducati Indian Kawasaki
KTM Suzuki Triumph

Aprilia

Aprilia RSV4 RR

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Ducati

Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle, Cafe Racer and Desert Sled

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Indian

Indian FTR1200

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Kawasaki

Kawasaki Ninja 125
Kawasaki Z125

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KTM

KTM 1290 Super Duke R
KTM Super Duke GT

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Suzuki

Suzuki Katana
Suzuki SV650X
2019 Suzuki V-Strom 650XT Touring2019 Suzuki V-Strom 650XT Touring 2019 Suzuki V-Strom 1000XT Adventure2019 Suzuki V-Strom 1000XT Adventure

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Triumph

Triumph Street Twin
Triumph Street Scrambler

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