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EICMA | Belle Ragazze di Milano

Apparently, sexy girls sell motorcycles.

Or at least that's what the vendors at EICMA tend to believe, as every major manufacturer hired models to showcase and pose on each of their bikes
The new Suzuki’s 2015 return to MotoGP racing,  GSX-R1000.
This girl looked pretty happy on a cafe racer-ed BMW K Bike (I think). 
Love it or hate it, the MV Agusta Dragster is definitely unique. 
 I don't think I've seen girls this pretty riding cruisers in real life, but Victory owners can dream...
 The new 2016 Multistrada 1200 Enduro
 New Ducati XDiavel. Note how far the footpegs are forward.
 This Ducati DesmosediciRR MotoGP bike actually belongs to Andrea Dovizioso.

 There are a ton of these small displacement Chinese makes which I've never heard of before, like this Sanyang "Wolf."
 A sporty BMW S1000RR.

This Moto Guzzi MGX21 is based on the Audace and El Dorado,
but it's only a concept bike so far as I know.
I think Kawasaki's bikes were handled by their Monster Energy Girls, like this one on a 300ph H2R.
 Yamaha R1M, along with David Checa's GMT 94 (Yamaha R1)
 Dani Pedrosa's 2015 Repsol Honda MotoGP bike (number 26).  Interestingly, Marc Marquez's bike was stripped of it's number and decals, and sat abandoned in a corner, whereas this motorcycle was the main attraction of the Honda booth.
 Yeah, I'm pretty bored by Hondas as well...
 MV Agusta had one of the best booth's, and we'd find out later in our trip that this Veloce is actually used as a police bike!
 SWM (Speedy Working Motors) is a small Italian brand, manufacturing street and off-road bikes.
The Benelli girls were right across the way from Alex's All Balls botth. 
. © 2015 Tigh Loughhead


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