New this year, AIMExpo will highlight the exciting and diverse lifestyles represented by the modern industry that highlight the culture and experiences of riders that affect buying decisions.
“This year, in an effort to create a more engaging show experience, we’re introducing ‘neighborhoods’ on the floor that are designed to embrace the lifestyle, emotion and passion of powersports.”
AIMExpo presented by Nationwide is bringing a new floor plan, new features and a new schedule when it returns to Columbus, Ohio on Sept. 26-29.
The American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide will be held in Columbus, OH, on Sept. 26-29, 2019.
The record number was anchored by the largest dealer presence to date at AIMExpo presented by Nationwide.
A typical dealership Iron Pony is not. Chris Jones got his start in the industry in 1974 selling only motorcycle parts and accessories out of a corner of his dad’s auto parts store. Today, Iron Pony is a “multi-channel retailer,” focusing on every possible channel to sell powersports vehicles, parts, apparel or accessories.
Parts Unlimited/Drag Specialties and its host of brands extend the lineup of exhibitors represented at AIMExpo as the first major distributor, a key category important for continued growth of the show.
A busy first day of dealers on the show floor showed promise for the event’s move to a geographically central location. The second day did not follow on from the first, and dealer traffic was much lighter than anticipated.
A total of 31 bikes from from 24 builders were entered in one of four classes, with an eventual winner crowned for Free Style, Performance Custom, Retro Custom, and Street Custom. Additionally, all attendees casted votes to determine the People’s Choice.
My first motorcycle industry trade show experience was in February 1979 at the Dealer Expo in Cincinnati, Ohio. Most of you have heard the story how I headed out to Cincy with a 10’x10’ display full of nothing but bungee cords. The Cincinnati Dealer Expo was the show back then! I was thrilled to be
With the American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) just around the corner – and for more than 40 percent of us, it’s literally around the corner within 500 miles or so – it is time to make a plan to do some business. If you just walk around to collect some catalogs and chit-chat with your
AIMExpo opening ceremonies will feature keynote speeches from Scott Wine, CEO of Polaris, and Matt Levatich, president and CEO of Harley-Davidson.