Yamaha to Display EKIDS Concept Bike at New York International Motorcycle Show
Rider Magazine Staff
December 12, 2013
Filed under Latest News
Yamaha Motor Corporation will showcase its EKIDS concept motorcycle at the New York International Motorcycle Show in the Jacob Javits Center from December 13-15. The concept model was recently featured in the Tokyo Motor Show and is a bike for kids learning to ride and mounts a modularized “EVINO” electric power unit. It features an electric motor with electronic control designed for an easy-to-use and friendly feeling to the ride that is great for kids just learning how to ride. And it can be transported in vehicles or ridden indoors.
Yamaha will also showcase its full line of Yamaha and Star Motorcycles for 2014 at the New York show, including the new FZ-09, YZ250F, YZ450F, FJ1300ES with electronically adjustable suspension and the Bolt by Star Motorcycles. Consumers will have the opportunity for an up close and personal experience with every model, and there will be knowledgeable staff throughout the display to answer questions.
Also on display will be Doc’s Chops unique DT/XT/TT inspired, brat styled Bolt, which won the Bolt Custom Build-Off, along with other Bolts from esteemed builders Roland Sands Designs, M&M Customs, Chappell Customs, Jeff Palhegyi Designs, and Rooke Customs.
For more information on the New York International Motorcycle Show, visit motorcycleshows.com/new-york.