International Motorcycle Show Tour Calls It Quits After 40 Years

International Motorcycle Show Tour Calls It Quits After 40 Years

Although the U.S. has no shortage of major car shows, there aren’t nearly as many industry-lead motorcycle ones. But there’s at least one: the International Motorcycle Show. It’s been touring the U.S. for over 40 years, letting people sit on brand-new bikes and ogle wild custom creations. However, that time is coming to an end.

The 2022 Progressive International Motorcycle Show Outdoors tour is officially canceled

The entrance to the 2021 Progressive International Motorcycle Show Outdoors Chicago event

2021 Progressive International Motorcycle Show Outdoors Chicago entrance | Matthew Skwarczek, MotorBiscuit

Throughout its history, the International Motorcycle Show mostly traveled to various convention centers in cities like Chicago and Atlanta. But it switched things up last year and became IMS Outdoors, both to address COVID-19 concerns and give attendees more test-ride opportunities. And not just for riding motorcycles, but e-bikes and ATVs, too.

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