The annual EICMA Milan Bike Show returns for 2015, with manufacturers debuting all-new model releases and showcasing design concept designs. Keep tabs on all the latest and greatest offerings, organized by manufacturer, here on the MotoUSA 2015 EICMA page. This page will be updated frequently, so readers are encouraged to refresh to see the latest news (hitting the F5 key on some browsers will help load the most recent edition) – MotoUSA Editors
Works-style factory World Superbike race machinery is finally available for purchase through Aprilia’s Factory Works program in Italy.
The Piaggio Group released preliminary information on a number of models to expect from Moto Guzzi and a new program at Aprilia in 2016.
BMW officially unveiled its R nineT Scrambler during this year's EICMA show.
BMW breaks into the entry-level market with the release of its Single-powered roadster, the 2016 BMW G 310 R, a new gateway bike for the Bavarian marque.
The Panigale family continues to grow, quite literally with Ducati, again expanding the engine capacity of its “Supermid” and more entry-level (if you can call it that) 959 Panigale Superbike.
Ducati has added a more off-road capable Multistrada to its line of Adventure machines in 2016 with the new Multistrada 1200 Enduro.
Ducati has released an updated 2016 Hypermotard 939 on the eve of this year's EICMA show, coming in standard, SP and Hyperstrada 939 touring versions.
Ducati adds an all-new design to its 2016 model lineup with the debut of the 399cc Ducati Scrambler Sixty2.
Husqvarna confirmed the Vitpilen 401 would soon be in production and revealed a 701 Vitpilen concept at EICMA.
Kawasaki announced its supercharged superbikes will be back next year, the 2016 Kawasaki H2 & H2R available as limited production, special order motorcycles.
Moto Guzzi resurrects an iconic name for the marque in its latest scrambler-style motorcycle, the Moto Guzzi V7 II Stornello making its debut at EICMA 2015.
With high-end electronics like traction control, variable engine maps, ABS, and ride-by-wire to go with plenty of carbon fiber bits, the Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Flying Fortress isn't your typical bagger.
Is this the bike Suzuki’s going superbike racing with for 2017? Suzuki releases information on its next generation liter-class sportbike.
Who would have thought the Suzuki SV650 would attract such a legion of devoted fans when it debuted in 1999. Now almost 20 years later, the SV enjoys almost cult-like status. A favorite of club racers, the grunty V-Twin-powered SV650 has proven its worth on many a track, friendly enough for new riders to earn their […]
Victory confirmed it's producing a liquid-cooled engine for an upcoming 1200cc motorcycle and had custom builder Urs Erbacher build the Victory Ignition Concept to showcase it.