AIMExpo Brings Together Manufacturers, Dealers, Consumers
By Shane Powers
The American International Motorcycle Expo was back for a third year in 2015. The show, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, drew nearly 600 exhibitors and nearly 19,000 attendees. Manufacturers including Honda, Yamaha and Can-Am were on hand to shake hands with consumers and offer test rides of their latest offerings outdoors, while indoors, BMW offered test rides of the virtual variety.
Also present as a marketing partner was the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club, which set up the VJMC Retro Affair Vintage Motorcycle Show. VJMC members were on hand to answer questions about their club, and about the beautiful selection of classics represented in their bike show. Highlights of the show included a mint example of each year of Honda Benly produced between 1959 and 1964, and the rare psychedelic-themed Honda CL350 Flying Dragon.
Whether you are a fan of vintage iron, modern speed or one-of-a-kind customs, don’t miss the AIMExpo! The 2016 show is scheduled for Oct. 13-16 in the north concourse of the Orange County Convention Center, and guaranteed to delight two-wheel enthusiasts of every variety.
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