Over 24,000 motorcycle enthusiasts attended Sydney Motorcycle Show.
In a public sign of the enthusiasm for motorcycles in the community, organisers of last weekend’s Sydney Motorcycle Show have reported over 24,000 attendees.
The show, organised by Troy Bayliss Events, was held at the Sydney Olympic Park and manufacturers, including Yamaha and Suzuki have welcomed the healthy number of show goers at this year’s event.
The big turn-out came at the Sydney Motorcycle Show came despite a searing 43 degree day in Sydney on Friday.
Suzuki Motorcycles National Marketing Manager, Lewis Croft, said the organisers did a wonderful job of organizing and publicising this year’s show.
“The team put on a show that entertained the crowd, provided value for the patrons, whilst helping Suzuki maintain its profile and brand awareness in the NSW market.”
While Yamaha Motor Australia Communications Manager, Sean Goldhawk, said Yamaha enjoyed one of their best ever shows.
“We revealed a range of new models at the show and received universally positive customer feedback. Our stand was humming the entire weekend making this event one of the best shows ever for Yamaha.”
While event organiser, Troy Bayliss, said he was delighted at the turn-out.
“The atmosphere across the weekend was phenomenal and it was great to see so many people participating in the test rides.
“We would like to thank the exhibitors, sponsors and most importantly the visitors who attended the event.”