All new EICMA 2021 Full coverage of Milan Motorcycle Show.

All new EICMA 2021 Full coverage of Milan Motorcycle Show. 

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After skipping last year because of the global pandemic, the world’s largest motorcycle show is back for 2021. EICMA returns to Milan, Italy, on Nov. 23-28, and we’ll be providing full coverage on Motorcycle.com, with Ryan Adams reporting live from the Fiera Milano exhibition grounds.

This year’s show looks to be smaller than in years past, as some notable manufacturers decided not to attend and instead hold their own model launch announcements. BMW announced it would no longer take part in either EICMA or the biennial Intermot show in Cologne, Germany. KTM has likewise decided to skip the Milan show, which means we shouldn’t expect its sister brands Husqvarna and GasGas to be in Milan either. Perhaps the most notable absentee from this year’s show is Ducati, which usually holds an extravagant launch event just ahead of the EICMA press days but opted to skip its home show in favor of a series of online presentations.

Despite having three of the largest European motorcycle manufacturers not attending, the 2021 EICMA show will still be the largest industry event in more than a year, with several new model announcements expected.


Piaggio will release full details about the 2022 Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello at EICMA.

The Piaggio Group (which includes ApriliaMoto Guzzi and Vespa), MV Agusta, and Bimota will be picking up the slack in their home market, with announcements expected from each brand. Triumph will also be presenting in Milan, rounding out the European contingent.


After a series of teasers, Triumph will finally present the new Tiger 1200.

HondaKawasaki and Suzuki are each set to launch new models at EICMA. Yamaha, the fourth member of the Japanese “Big Four”, will have a presence on the show floor but as of this writing, it is not scheduled to make any new model announcements.

Royal Enfield and Zero Motorcycles are also scheduled to present at EICMA, but if there’s one smaller-profile brand to keep an eye, it’s CFMoto. The Chinese manufacturer has a joint venture with KTM and it may have something with a bit of Austrian DNA at the show.


CFMoto will present its SR-C21, a concept that may share technology with KTM’s upcoming 490 Twin platform.

We’ll be keeping tabs on the new model announcements throughout the show, so keeping checking this space starting at the wee hours of Tuesday, Nov. 23 for the latest updates.

All new EICMA 2021 Full coverage of Milan Motorcycle Show. 

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