Aprilia has launched the new SR GT 200 adventure scooter in Japan. First unveiled in EICMA 2021, the versatile scooter would surely be a capable commuter in Metro Manila Traffic.
Boutique Italian motorcycle manufacturer has teamed up with Kawasaki to release the KB4. The stunning superbike was unveiled at EICMA.
SYM has pulled the covers off the 2022 Husky ADV scooter at EICMA 2021. Could this new scooter be a worthy rival against the Honda ADV 150?
CFMOTO has revealed the production-ready SR-C21 sportbike in EICMA 2021. Here are the details we know so far.
Beautiful art gets a repaint.
MV Agusta achieved 47.2 percent of the votes for Best Bike.
Suzuki’s neo-retro sportbike hits all the right spots with stylish looks and an improved engine.
Team Green’s sport-tourer levels the playing field with adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and more.
Honda has lifted the veils off the 2022 ADV350 adventure scooter at EICMA 2021. This bike joins Honda’s growing lineup of adventure-focused scooters.
The duo will turn into a trio.
Sources claim that a more rugged MV Agusta is on its way and will be revealed in EICMA 2021.
Yamaha is expected to unveil the new and improved 2022 MT-10 at EICMA. Here are a few things we can expect from the new bike.
EICMA 2021 is back and opening up its ticket sales for the trade show happening in late November.
Recently retired racing veteran Valentino Rossi is set to launch a new range of eMTBs.
Complete with a new tagline: “Esposizione Internazionale Delle Duo Ruote,” or “International Two-Wheeler Exposition.”
MV Agusta is expected to launch a more street-focused version of the hyper-naked bike, the Brutale, in the form of the Brutale 1000 RS.
MV Agusta has confirmed that it will be participating in this year’s EICMA, the world’s most prestigious motorcycle industry expo.
Yamaha confirms its participation in the Italian motorcycle expo for 2021.
Kawasaki releases a short teaser video showing six covered motorcycles set to be revealed on November 23.
EICMA’s managing director, Paolo Magri officially announced the cancelation of this year’s motorcycle event despite the easing of lockdown measures.