6 Reasons You Should Attend AIMExpo 2019

Motorcycle.com Staff
by Motorcycle.com Staff

The 2019 edition of the AIMExpo is only a few short weeks away – September 26-29 – in Columbus, Ohio. For many in the US, AIMExpo represents a chance to either get a sneak peek at next year’s models or simply to see current models they’ve as yet only seen on their computer screens.

But AIMExpo is more than just an opportunity to see new motorcycles. Here, we’ve put together six reasons why you should make it out to Columbus, Ohio for the 2019 AIMExpo.

New Floorplan

While it may not sound very exciting, the new floorplan and revised schedule at this year’s Expo makes it easier for you to access products, and/or attend classes or workshops you might have missed out on before.

Four Wheelers

AIMExpo isn’t just about motorcycles. Since it’s not uncommon for lovers of two wheels to also own some recreational four-wheelers, the Expo has now put an increased emphasis on four-wheel products since it’s one of the fastest-growing segments in the Powersports industry.

Expanded New Product Showcases

This one should be self-explanatory. With an expanded product showcase, more vendors get to attend and show off their wares. Who knows? Maybe the vendor in the expanded showcase has just the widget you were looking for.

See New Products

Speaking of expanded showcases, AIMExpo also represents the largest gathering of the US Powersports industry in one place – all displaying their latest and greatest offerings.

Exclusive Show Specials

Who doesn’t like a good deal, right? At AIMExpo 2019, you’re bound to find a vendor who will cut you a deal if you wait long enough and/or ask nicely. Because let’s face it: The vendors want to repack as little as possible to take back home.

Demo Rides

Clearly, a huge reason why people come to trade shows is to get demo rides on as many motorcycles as possible! This year Harley-Davidson, American Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Vanderhall, and Yamaha will all be in attendance with demos available. Also, three more manufacturers will be offering demo rides for the first time: Husqvarna, KTM, and Royal Enfield. In addition, Zero Motorcycles, Beta USA, and Sherco USA will have models on display.

Excited yet? If so, click over to the ticket page to buy your way into the show.

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