EICMA 2019: Milan Motorcycle Show Coverage
Model Year 2020 starts its engines and rolls onto the grid and MO is there for flag-to-flag coverage
Hooray! November has arrived, and after relentless teasing ( here and here) from some manufacturers, we’re ready to see what Model Year 2020 has in store for us. The Tokyo Motor Show had some early entries from Kawasaki, the biggest of which was the 2020 Kawasaki Z H2. Then Ducati stepped up with its own early announcements about the updated Panigale V4 family and the new Panigale V2, plus the beastly Ducati Streetfighter V4 and V4 S. So, you could say that we’re all warmed up and ready to hit the road.
However, we’re not looking in our mirrors. Instead, we’re looking ahead to the next corner. The motorcycle world shifts its attention to Milan, Italy, where the planet’s big-daddy motorcycle show takes place. The 2019 EICMA Show should have plenty of surprises in store for motorcyclists of every stripe. The unveilings start on Sunday with Yamaha. Next, on Tuesday morning in the States, at a time that any sane person would be sound asleep, we MOrons will be in full keyboard commando mode, rifling through the press releases for the information you need to know. Additionally, Associate Editor, Ryan Adams, will be on the grid of the event itself, racing from unveiling to announcement and back again to give us social media updates and photos of what we all want to know most. So, on Tuesday and Wednesday, you’ll want to keep stopping by for our updates on the bikes that will be available in 2020.overview component not implemented
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