2016-2017 Progressive International Motorcycle Show Schedule Announced

Where else can you see models from every major manufacturer under one roof? Not to mention the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show, Vintage Bike Shows, retail marketplace and other events. The Progressive International Motorcycle Show will be visiting seven metropolitan areas this year, with 15 of the top OEMs on display, such as BMW, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, BRP|Can-Am, Ducati, Indian, KTM, Royal Enfield, Slingshot, Triumph and Victory.

The Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California. (Photo: Progressive International Motorcycle Show)
The Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California. (Photo: Progressive International Motorcycle Show)

The 2016-2017 Progressive International Motorcycle Shows tour schedule is as follows:   

  • Long Beach, CA: November 18-20, 2016, Long Beach Convention Center
  • New York, NY: December 9-11, 2016, Jacob Javits Convention Center
  • Washington D.C.: January 6-8, 2017, Washington Convention Center
  • Dallas, TX: January 13-15, 2017, Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
  • Cleveland, OH: January 27-29, 2017, I-X Center
  • Minneapolis, MN: February 3-5, 2017, Minneapolis Convention Center
  • Chicago, IL: February 10-12, 2017, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

For tickets and more information, visit www.motorcycleshows.com.

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12 COMMENTS

    • The highest concentration of motorcyclists has never been anywhere in Northern California. Because of the year-round riding weather, Southern California has far more riders then in NoCal, so it stands to reason that there are (were) far more attendees in Long Beach than there ever were in San Mateo.

  1. WHAT A HELL!!! WHERE IS THE SAN MATEO SHOW SCHEDULE???? EVERY YEAR, NOVEMBER IS MY SCHEDULE BECAUSE IS A GOOD DAY TO GO AND SEE THE NEW AND NEWS ABOUT MOTORCYCLES AT THE SAN MATEO EXPO CENTER. DO YO0U GUYS CHOOSE THE LOCATION FOR THE FANS/RIDERS OR BECAUSE THE MONEY???!!!!

    • We were just as disappointed as you that the San Mateo show was removed from the schedule. We can only imagine that it was for budgetary reasons that it was cancelled.

    • We’re sorry, Mr. Lewis, but we don’t have access to discounted tickets for IMS. Thanks for being a loyal subscriber, and enjoy the show! There are lots of great new bikes to check out.

  2. this entire tour has gone to pot. Seattle disappeared a couple years ago, Portland disappeared last year, and San Fran DOES have the highest concentration of motorcycle riders in the country…but it makes total sense to cancel that show as well. I guess they just don’t want me and my friends to attend their event(s).

  3. Cleveland, Ohio this is the second year Triumph is a no-show, very dissipointed because 2017 year a whole new line to display and no dealers in north-east Ohio? Are you kidding me. I would consider an upgrade from the America but no touch and feel causes me to no-show.

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