The international two-wheeler show, with 820 brands present, opens its doors to the public today.

Finally we talk about engines and two wheels live. After the stop imposed by the pandemic in 2020, the 78th edition of the International Two-wheeler Exhibition now begins.

The happiness of the President of the EICMA event, Pietro Meda, is tangible in the latest statements and in the latest interviews released to the press.

The show also reopens to give a tangible and concrete sign of restart to all those who are interested in this world. Anyone wishing to start walking the various paths within Eicma will be able to view 820 Brands. Many are from abroad and precisely 45% of them come from 35 foreign countries.

Thanks to the 820 Brands, we could see until Sunday 28 November a lot of news and previews of the future of two-wheeled mobility.

Eicma has always been one of the fulcrum events for two-wheel enthusiasts as it is the world leader in technologies and model previews.

This year, in particular, interesting motorcycle test ride areas were created, as well as shows and races outside the fair.

The electric bicycle area is very well defined. Inside Pavilion 24 there will be a technical track that will be able to accommodate all electric bicycles and even races on Saturday.

There is also no shortage of new hi-tech companies that are entering this sector, namely those two wheels and that bring some interesting ideas and solutions that we could see in the coming years on more structured two wheels.

After the stop in 2020, therefore, an excellent opportunity for all two-wheel enthusiasts to be able to see first-hand an interesting international exhibition capable of defining the current state of the two-wheel world in a concrete and tangible way.

The fair has already been open to sector personnel but from today until Sunday it will be accessible to the public. Obviously, all the anti-covid rules are recommended and we remind you that it is preferable to buy tickets online to avoid problems of various kinds. The cost of the ticket as you can see on the site is € 19 and the fair is located at the Milan Rho Fiera exhibition center.

The ticket price is absolutely worth the external MotoLive area as it will be full of days characterized by shows, music and entertainment. In fact, there will be moments dedicated to freestyling motocross or acrobatic Trial. A different way to face the last days of November with truly exceptional races and shows, made by ultra professionals of the sector which obviously do not have to be simulated on the road as they are professionals and are within a track closed to the public.

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