2015 in most probability the year when the floors of EICMA 2015 are expected to the the most active in new production modern classics, the ones that are the best bets to buy new today and a base motorcycle for a custom build tomorrow. This year, the EICMA motor show will open its gates to the world on November 19 – 22, 2015. Before that, we have a list of new motorcycles that are confirmed or are highly-expected to be seen at EICMA this year. Like most times, Triumph dominates this list too, but the laborious efforts from the rest are very commendable too.
The Ducati Scrambler has been a super hit for the Italian brand. And the company is looking for every opportunity to give the Scrambler owners more by launching apparels, parts and accessories for the motorcycle at quite a brilliant speed. It makes perfect sense to expect a new addition to the lineup with a new differently-designed motorcycle. Also, hush-hush on the internet says that a new, smaller V-Twin might be coming too.
BMW this year has been pushing their R NineT heritage model quite heavily. The new R NineT Scrambler will be a direct result of a concept build that was put together for the 2015 Wheels and Waves festival in France, called the Concept Path 22.
The V9 teased earlier today will be a completely new range that could be placed higher than the current V7. The teaser image indicates to dimensions that are close to a bobber-styled motorcycle that uses premium materials.
Triumph Bonneville 1200
This is a big one. In the entire history of the Triumph Bonnevile, this upgrade can easily stand tall with the rest as one of the biggest changes under the marque’s name. For the first time the ever so loved Bonnie will be getting liquid-cooling, and a ridiculously large 1,200 cc parallel-twin engine. This is serious.
Triumph Thruxton and Thruxton R
In our opinion, the new Thruxton R is one of the sexiest Thruxton to ever come out of the British manufacturer’s production line. And just like the Bonneville, she too gets the new 1200 cc, liquid-cooled engine.
Triumph Street Twin
The 900 cc engine from the current generation Bonneville gets tinkered and put into a brand new design motorcycle. The result is a very stylish machine that keeps the vintage theme going, now with more elegance and class.