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  1. 1. 70 January 2009 www.MPNmag.com I love the autumn because you get to see all the new models being released in Europe! Here’s my two-minute recap of Intermot and EICMA. At Intermot, Honda had a great concept bike, the V4, everyone has been lauding it, but it wasn’t as impressive as the concept bikes they’ve had the last few years at EICMA, where this year they released a new version of the Silverwing. With the Streetfighter, Milan let Ducati show off on its home turf, and it knocked my socks off. Malaguti dubbed its new scooter “The Blog.” At EICMA, Aprilia introduced the big bore version of the Scarabeo 300. A similar release a few months ago was the Vespa GTS 300 Super. In the Chinese pavilion, I found Buyang Group, which is moving an incredible number of ATVs and Buggies in the Italian and German markets. The Daelim booth was impressive and there is no announcement as to who will continue to do warranty or parts since the US importer has ceased to operate. Taiwan Golden Bee had an incredible display at both shows, mainly to focus on its new ATV line — with their 525 on display — as well as their new 125cc scooters. The company is expanding its offerings in Europe and the United States. Kymco also displayed some of its new motorcycles as well as the 700cc scooter, which will hopefully come to the United States in 2010. MRP had a chance to display for the first time at Intermot this year. Our booth actually had several visitors from the American Pavillion and U.S. dealers that came to the event. Working with our partners at Namura Technologies, we showcased our new full range of scooter pistons. —Joel Martin 5. 8.
  2. 2. www.MPNmag.com January 2009 71 PIT PASS Photo Captions 1. Daelim will be returning to the U.S. with a new importer in 2009 2. Thousands prowled the Euro shows, including U.S. dealers 3. U.S. Piston pro Namura made its Euro launch 4. Nifty custom airbrushing 5. I took full advantage of the German hospitality! 6. The new Honda concept bike 7. SYM had an incredibly impressive booth 8. Buyang had some amazing buggies on display 9. Munich at sunset — can’t beat this job! 10. MRP on display with its newest designs 11. The custom scooter show drew quite the crowd 6. 11. 10. 7. 4. 2. 3. 1. 9.

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