There will only be one Moto Expo in Australia next year after two were staged this year.
Troy Bayliss Events team will operate the Sydney Motorcycle Show on November 20-22 at Sydney Showgrounds, Homebush.
The company this year ran two Moto Expos, in Brisbane in March and in Melbourne last weekend. After the successful running of the Brisbane show, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries abandoned its planned Sydney show and asked Troy Bayliss Events to take over the running of their official annual show.
The cost of having two shows this year prevented some manufacturers from exhibiting and it is hoped that the one show next year will be attended by all manufacturers.
Organisers claim almost 20,000 people attended the Melbourne Moto Expo at which 17 new motorcycles were launched.
FCAI motorcycle manager Rhys Griffiths says he was pleased with the show which he says was well organised and patronised.
Apart from motorcycle manufacturers and trade displays, the Moto Expos have featured plenty of all-star racing, stunt shows and live display action to keep visitors entertained. Troy’s team, won the Baylisstic Scrambles which was the main event.
Moto Expo will return to Melbourne in 2016 with improved air conditioning in the main exhibition building after complaints about the heat during the show.