American International Motorcycle Expo held at Orange County Convention Center

Exhibitors from around the world showcase new products, accessories

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - Exhibitors from around the world showcase new products and accessories at the American International Motorcycle Expo.

It's happening at the Orange County Convention Center and organizers say it's a celebration of motorcycling.

"This is the first time in America that we've had all constituents in the motorcycle industry in one place at one time, and frankly what we consider the right place at the right time," said Larry Little, a spokesperson for the expo.

Harrison Christian drove down from Georgia, and he won six, top-of-the-line helmets for his biker shop in Augusta.

"You don't have all that outside noise, dual visors on them- and they've got graphics," he said.

If you're interested in trying on a pair of real Italian leather riding boots, they are here for you to buy or simply admire.

As well as a $43,000 American-made, EBR 1190 RS, the most expensive bike at the AIMExpo.

If you want to see the "Quadski," in action, step outside the convention center, where you'll see the ATV/Jetski perform on land and in the water.

That's where you'll find instructors giving riding lessons for side-by-sides, ATV's, and motorcycles.

The expo, which costs $15 to $25, will take place Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Orange County Convention Center, located at 9800 International Drive. For more details about the expo, click here.

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