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Royal Enfield stole the show.Matthew DeBord/BI I'm a serious car lover, but I also dig motorcycles. And this is the time of year that the two-wheelers pull into New York City in force. Running through the weekend, the New York Motorcycle Show is at the Javits Center on Manhattan's West Side. We took it all in last year and came back for more in 2017. There were a few trends. One as the notable absence of Ducati, on of the world's major bike brands.
Another was the ongoing roll-out of stylish throwback bikes, typified by the expansion of Royal Enfield outside its home market on India and setting up shop in the US. Check out all the cool sights: View As: One Page Slides The 2017 show pulls into the Javits Center. Matthew DeBord/BI No weapons allowed! Matthew DeBord/BI Progressive's Flo gets her ride on. Matthew DeBord/BI Let's face it, the aesthetics of motorcycling can be a bit .
.. scary? Matthew DeBord/BI Trippy? Matthew DeBord/BI Shiny? Matthew DeBord/BI Anyway, how about some bikes? Lets start with ... Harley-Davidson! Matthew DeBord/BI The US manufacturer has been giving us two wheels good for 115 years. Matthew DeBord/BI A Superflow in sassy yellow. Matthew DeBord/BI And a big ol' Street Glide. Matthew DeBord/BI Some groovy Harley branding. Matthew DeBord/BI And a three-wheeler! Matthew DeBord/BI Harleys are all-American, and that means large bikes that can tackle freeways.
Matthew DeBord/BI Well, most of the time. This Street Rod is aiming squarely at the urban hipster crowd. Take that, Ducati Scrambler! Matthew DeBord/BI Time to try on a helmet! In this case, a basic Bell model Matthew DeBord/BI No shortage of helmets — the most essential piece of rider safety gear. Matthew DeBord/BI What's this? Why, it's a Ural bike with a sidecar. Urals hail from Russia and have a devoted following among the sidecar-loving crowd.
Matthew DeBord/BI I had to hop on. Matthew DeBord/BI Sturdy riding gloves from Furygan, a French company that also created ... Matthew DeBord/BI ... my favorite riding jacket from the show. Matthew DeBord/BI It's a stylish suit of Gallic leather armor for your torso. Matthew DeBord/BI Let's get to the highlight of the event: Royal Enfield, a legendary brand that's been around since the early 1900s, is now based in India, but that's coming to America in a bigger way.
Matthew DeBord/BI For me, the bike of the show: the Continental GT 650. This bonkers-cool cafe racer has Royal Enfield's new air-cooled parallel-twin engine. Matthew DeBord/BI Here's the Classic Stealth. Sweet styling! Matthew DeBord/BI Royal Enfield sells 700,000 bikes a year worldwide, but has only been in North America for about two years, so most of its business is in India. The plan is to attack the market for hip riders seeking a medium-size bike with gobs of old-school cred.
For 2017, they were the star of the NY show. Matthew DeBord/BI Let's pay a visit to Harley's main US competitor, Indian. Matthew DeBord/BI Here's a Scout FRTR1200. Matthew DeBord/BI And a Scout Bobber. Looking fresh in matte black. Matthew DeBord/BI A Chieftain Dark Horse — a big cruiser bike. Matthew DeBord/BI No shortage of scooters on the floor. Here's a Honda Ruckus. Just behind it is a baby blue Honda Metropolitan, based on .
.. Matthew DeBord/BI ... the legendary Vespa. Matthew DeBord/BI Here's a Yamaha XMax, a so-called "maxi scooter." Matthew DeBord/BI And an entire line of big scooters from BMW. Matthew DeBord/BI But BMW also brought some motorcycles. Matthew DeBord/BI I know I've been zeroing on US brands and some throwback styles — my personal thing — but the Japanese makers were at the show in force.
Who can overlook the famous Kawasaki Ninja? Matthew DeBord/BI Not to mention my favorite new sport bike of the past few years, the Honda CBR 300R. Matthew DeBord/BI Of course, Honda makes something for everybody, from the old-school CB1100 ... Matthew DeBord/BI ... to the entry-level Rebel. Matthew DeBord/BI Polaris-owned Slingshot brought a passel of three-wheeled machines. Matthew DeBord/BI Suzuki delivered my second-favorite bike of the show, this marvelous little S 40 Boulevard.
Slim! Matthew DeBord/BI But also a massive lineup of larger boulevard cruisers. Matthew DeBord/BI It wouldn't be a motorcycle show without some vintage bikes. Matthew DeBord/BI That's what I'm talkin' about! Matthew DeBord/BI There was even a Jet-Ski! Matthew DeBord/BI And let's not forget powersports ATVs, such as this little fella from Honda. Matthew DeBord/BI In fact, motorcycles for smaller riders, like these from Suzuki, were all over the place.
Matthew DeBord/BI Teen learning to ride would dig this set of wheels: the Kawasaki KLX 140. Matthew DeBord/BI But let's not forget that the US bike market is all about VERY BIG MOTORCYCLES. The Suzuki Boulevard with studded saddle bags is exhibit A. Matthew DeBord/BI And BMW isn't going to left in the lurch on that front. That's a K 1600 GTL, kitted out for comfort on a long ride. Matthew DeBord/BI Flo says, "See ya next year!" Matthew DeBord/BI