Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries now involved with Troy Bayliss Events.
The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) has entered into a long-term partnership with Troy Bayliss Events’ premier motorcycle exhibitions, MOTO EXPO.
MOTO EXPO Melbourne presented by InsureMyRide, will be held at Melbourne Showgrounds on 28-30 November.
FCAI is the peak industry organisation representing the manufacturers and importers of passenger vehicles, light commercial vehicles and motorcycles in Australia.
The all-new, industry leading event, which debuted in Brisbane last month will deliver Victoria its largest ever motorcycle exhibition with over 30,000 square meters of exhibition and entertainment space to be utilised in bringing the consumer exhibition to life.
MOTO EXPO Melbourne will not only provide the largest display of new motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, UTVs, PWCs products and services, it will also engage consumers via interactive activations including test rides, come and try zones, demonstrations and workshops.
Event organiser Troy Bayliss said MOTO EXPO provided the motorcycle industry a fresh approach in exhibiting to consumers.
“We are excited to be bringing MOTO EXPO to Melbourne,” Bayliss said. ”The feedback from Brisbane was very positive and we look forward to delivering another market leading motorcycle exhibition that will showcase the industry in the best way possible .
“The Melbourne Showgrounds provide the perfect location with the major exhibition halls and outdoor entertainment area’s all joined to ensure both the visitors and exhibitors can enjoy the show.
“I look forward to announcing some special guests for MOTO EXPO Melbourne along with a fresh and exciting entertainment line-up,” Bayliss continued.
Troy Bayliss Events has confirmed a number of event features for MOTO EXPO Melbourne including Australia’s largest display of new motorcycles; a kids Come and Try Zone; Australia’s largest vintage, custom, classic and performance motorcycle displays; custom garage including workshops; huge line-up of live motorcycle entertainment; demonstrations from Bayliss; and a massive clearance sale area.