Produced by Motorcyclists for Motorcyclists
The American International Motorcycle Expo’s purpose is to serve as the catalyst to bring together industry, press, dealers and consumers in a single arena that creates a grand stage for motorcycling in the U.S. and North America, and delivers an efficient and energetic market-timed expo platform for B2B and B2C in the motorcycle industry.
NEW! Ride your own motorcycle on the AIMExpo Adventure Course at the American International Motorcycle Expo. AIMExpo will offer a fully interactive riding experience with the AIMExpo Adventure Course, part of AIMExpo Outdoors! at the Orlando, Florida event October 18-20, 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center. Adventure riders on their own motorcycle will be able to test their skills on a specially-built off-road track featuring ruts, whoops, rocks, logs, sand, mud and gravel. It’s a feature that will prove popular with participants and spectators alike!
The BMW MOA has a booth right in the middle of all the action, so come by and say Hi!
Debuting in the Fall of 2013, the show’s format brings together all constituents of the motorcycle industry in one place, at one time, with one show.
Dedicated days for trade/press open the show. Both motorcycle dealers and the press will see new product for the first time, and while dealers are ordering for the upcoming season, press is building excitement among consumers for all that’s new.
Within 48 hours of the first announcements in the press, the show opens for three premiere days to consumers. That’s October 18 – 20.
As the exhibitor list for the inaugural American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) continues to grow, Marketplace Events Motorcycle Group makes one of its most significant announcements with the inclusion of the U.S.-based MSF International Safety Conference to the October event. The conference will present the latest groundbreaking research to promote rider safety.
“From its very inception, AIMExpo has been designed to energize the motorcycle industry in the United States,” said Mike Webster, Marketplace Events Trade Show Division President. “Bringing together hundreds of individuals all focused on improving motorcycle safety is certainly part of that vision and we’re glad the MSF Board of Trustees chose our event for this prestigious gathering.”
“We are very excited about hosting an international safety conference on U.S. soil,” said MSF
Vice President Robert Gladden. “We are also thrilled to be holding it in conjunction with the new AIMExpo; the two events are mutually beneficial, and the Expo adds great value to conference participants. Between the two, we hope to better serve the riding community by creating a gathering of experts in the motorcycle safety field. We expect a range of attendees that includes federal and state policy makers, RiderCourseSM administrators and sponsors, MSF-certified RiderCoaches and RiderCoach Trainers, and more. As always, it is MSF’s goal to create riders of good riding character who make wise choices in risk management and become advocates of lifelong learning.”
The MSF conference will complement the Expo by emphasizing safety education and training toward improved student outcomes, while also offering professional development opportunities for those who administer or sponsor RiderCourses, as well as the chance to work with other user groups to increase the safety of the overall riding environment. Training demonstrations and pertinent information will also be shared to show how the Basic RiderCourse update is being successfully implemented in participating states.
Exhibit space reservation information and ticket info for the inaugural AIMExpo can be found at www.AIMExpoUSA.com. Phone reservations are also available by calling toll-free to 855-MCSHOWS (855-627-4697).