Due to current hurdles the brand’s partners are facing, IMS made the decision to suspend the tour.
The eight-city series will run from June to November.
Progressive IMS Outdoors announced two new partnerships with Strider and non-profit organization All Kids Bike to lead a two-part initiative designed to excite young kids about the thrill of two wheels.
Tickets are now available for Progressive IMS Outdoors, a revamp of the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows nearly 40-year history as the industry leader for connecting powersports’ top brands with enthusiasts and buyers.
Progressive IMS Outdoors announced this year’s host venues and key brands attendees can look forward to engaging with across the 2021 tour.
The guide features some of IMS’ favorite motorcycle parts, gear, accessories and gift items, including a number of awesome gadgets and gear for under $100.
Developed in partnership with the powersports industry’s leading OEMs, the 2021 IMS Outdoors tour will span five months, taking place between June and October, stopping in nine cities throughout the U.S.
The 10-month series spotlights three riders, sharing their current bike, favorite riding memory, trips they’d like to take and more, with new stories to be added monthly.
While continuing its presence as the nation’s largest consumer motorcycle tour, Progressive IMS Outdoors will support the growth of the powersports community by offering a unique experience the industry has yet to see.
A renewed industry momentum with reported increased sales of motorcycles amid the COVID-19 pandemic presents a great time for returning riders as well as those looking for safer transportation alternatives, and even new riders, to begin exploring the diverse lifestyle of motorcycling.
The exciting U.S. display debut of the all-new 2020 MT-03 Hyper Naked sportbike and 2021 Ténéré 700 Adventure Touring motorcycle from Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, takes place this weekend at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California.