The annual NZ Motorcycle Show has now come and gone, with organisers celebrating another successful outing.
Held at Henderson’s The Trusts Arena over May 20 and 21st, the annual charity show raised funds to pass on to its chosen charities.
Exhibitors of note included BMW Motorrad, Benelli and Royal Enfield with the latter using the show to showcase the new Super Meteor 650 to the masses a week after its local dealer launch.
Also on hand were not one but TWO examples of the iconic Britten V1000 (three if you count the mini bike version!) as well as another stunning example of Kiwi motorcycle engineering in the Engrich ART motorcycle.
While admittedly it was disappointing to see such a low turnout from the New Zealand motorcycle industry, the NZ Motorcycle Show more than made up for it with the turnout from clubs and solo bike exhibitors alike. The sheer number of Italian machines in particular was something to behold.
Other rarities included a lineup of Vincents, rare Triumphs and even a Harley-Davidson military spec Rotax dirt bike.
If you missed this year’s show, keep an ear out for next year’s dates by following the NZ Motorcycle Show Facebook page or check out our YouTube channel for our video from our walk around the show on its final day.