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ADV EventsTrade ShowsEICMA 2022 - Nov. 10-13, 2022

EICMA 2022 – Nov. 10-13, 2022

The world's largest motorcycle trade show is back for 2022.

Published on 09.23.2022

The International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition is one of the most important trade shows for the two-wheeled sector and is sponsored by ANCMA, the Associazione Nazionale Ciclo Motociclo Accessori. 

EICMA, since its first edition of 1914, takes place in Milan, Italy, and is one of the most visited events in the world, including thousands of international exhibitors, visitors and press. 

The EICMA event showcases the latest product innovations, international press conferences, technical workshops and includes cameos of world-class drivers and industry notables. It also includes competitions and exhibitions in the outdoor MotoLive area. 

(Photo: EICMA)


For over 100 years EICMA has been a source of inspiration for mobility and an incubator of trends and passions for 2-wheeled endeavors.

Both a B2B and B2C event, EICMA hosts top companies in the sector as well as hundreds of thousands of fans and consumers who stroll the halls to see what’s being delivered to dealer floors in the coming year. 

The EICMA show brings together in one place innovation and passion, technique and emotion, mobility and two-wheeled dreams.

Organizer: ANCMA

Details: EICMA Event Info

Author: Christian Lowe

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