When the 2020 EICMA in Milan, Italy, failed to live up in 2020 in terms of organizing due to COVID-19.Organizers knew that if they wanted to ensure successful sales in 2021. They would have to make some significant changes.
After several months of regrouping, planning, and strategizing, Zero Motorcycles confirmed its presence for 2021. This is exciting news for everyone who loves motorcycles or is an investor involved in the market.
Zero Motorcycles has long been committed to striking a balance. Between innovative electric motorcycle technology and its potential impact on the environment.
2022 Zero lineup
That’s why it’s exciting to confirm that Zero will once again be bringing its whole range of two-wheeled goodness to EICMA 2021.
It’s also one of the reasons why this year’s show is happening at all.And what better place to celebrate innovation than Milan?
The electric motorcycle manufacturer will be bringing all of its 2022 lineup.Including the much-anticipated FXE adventure bike
To see a list of all of the expected participants, visit our EICMA 2021 Event Coverage Page. In addition to the confirmed OEMs, many different brands are also likely to display their latest products.
It includes accessory manufacturers, apparel brands, tool brands, parts manufacturers, aftermarket suppliers, and more.
Manufacturers in 2021
And here is the list of manufacturers who have confirmed they will be present at EICMA 2021.
Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, Vespa, and Piaggio have now added themselves to the list of participating OEMs for EICMA 2021. This year’s show will take place from November 25 through the 28th in Milan.
EICMA has opened online ticket sales for the planned 2021 Milan Motorcycle Show.Which will also be held at the Fiera Milano in Rho, Italy.
The move will allow organizers to manage better demand for a show currently subject. To strict limitations on entry due to safety regulations.
The excellent news EICMA has offered an introductory price of $16 until October 19, 2021. And then, from October 20,201, the tickets will rise by $8 and become $22.For kids between 4 to 13 costs $14.
The EICMA team is looking forward to hosting customers worldwide at the 2021 edition of the motorcycle trade show.
That includes more than just motorcyclists, of course. With the 2020 show being the last to feature Ducati, Suzuki and Yamaha bikes, manufacturers will impress dealers with their new wares.