EICMA was founded in 1914 by the will of motorcycle enthusiasts. Today, after more than 103 years, EICMA continues to be the quick reference point for the motorcycle and accessory industry. EICMA is the largest event in the world, bringing together over 160 Italian and foreign companies, and promotes the two-wheeler industry in Italy. This is the fourth year Brock’s Performance has attended the event, and we just can’t get enough of the innovation we see every year. We present to you, a small taste of this year’s event.
Stay tuned throughout the week, as we will be posting regular updates to this page.
The Norton V4 RR showning off it’s full carbon fiber bodywork complete with BST Carbon Fiber Wheels.
Norton’s highly-exclusive V4 RR comes factory-equipped with BST 7-Spoke Carbon Fiber Wheels.
The Norton V4 RR is also available with lustrous chrome ‘race replica’ bodywork.
Bottpower’s XR1R Pikes Peak Racer project is outfitted with Rotobox BOOST Carbon Fiber Wheels.
The Bottpower XR1R also makes interesting use of carbon fiber with it’s lightweight CeraCarbon® Front Forks.
BST unveils the all-new Rapid TEK carbon fiber wheel design. The single sided rear wheel shown here weighs only 5.5 lb. (2.5 kg.)
Ducati’s (2017) 1299 Superleggera on display featuring OEM-equipped BST 10-Spoke Carbon Fiber Wheels.
The VUHL (2017) 05RR Supercar on display featuring OEM-equipped BST Carbon Fiber Wheels.
All-new from BST, an interchangable 7-spoke rear wheel to allow multiple bike fitment.
Keanu Reeves and Gard Hollinger, founders of Arch Motorycle Company, introduce new models for 2018.
The Arch Method 143 (2018) will be limted to an exclusive 23 units.
The Method 143 features Arch designed BST Carbon Fiber Turbine Wheels.
Our Vice President, Jeff Grieco, attended the introduction of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX.
Kawasaki had something to show us, and it was no small deal when it described the debut as the “super-tourer of the future.”
Competing head-to-head in today’s motorcycle industry can be cutthroat, especially when markets are flat or growing slowly. Manufacturers caught in this kind of competition almost universally say they dislike it and wish they could find a better alternative. They often know instinctively that innovation is the only way they can break free from the pack. But they simply don’t know where to begin. Well, Kawasaki had something to show us today at the EICMA show in Milan Italy. The “market created” beast of a high powered touring bike with a Ninja H2 badge.
210 Horsepower drives the new Ninja H2 Ram Air Touring bike, combine that with luxurious detail and Kawasaki’s “True Commitments” it all about the journey.
The President of KHI (Yoshinori Kanehana} spoke to the crowd about the future of supercharging and now with 3 models sporting a supercharger he said to look for more models with superchargers as Kawasaki looks to “Supercharge Your Journey.”
The Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe World Premier
Honda Interceptor Equipped with BST Carbon Fiber Wheels
The Honda CB1000R (2018) Sports Cafe
The Honda Goldwing (2018) GL1800 Tour
A handful of custom-built Harley-Davidson® motorcycles on display.
The Super Soco (2018) TC electric motorycle.
The Moto Guzzi (2018) MGX-21 Flying Fortress.
The Piaggio (2018) MP3 500 ABS three-wheel scooter.