Honda Models On Display At 2013 SEMA Show

November 2013 Powersport News

Torrance, CA - The SEMA Show is one of the premier automotive specialty products trade events in the world and American Honda will be on hand to display an array of its motorcycles plus the Pioneer side-by-side alongside an extensive display of Honda automotive products. Taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center Nov. 5-8, the SEMA Show offers an excellent opportunity for the motoring press as well as industry attendees to take stock of all that Honda is doing to fill its powersports lineup with exciting new products.

Two motorcycles of note will be on hand, although each originates from entirely different perspectives and intents. One of these bikes is Eli Tomac's 2013 250 Motocross championship-winning CRF250R from the GEICO Honda team, supported by Honda Performance Development (HPD), while the second is an all-out concept custom V-Twin cruiser called The Slammer, created by Honda Research Americas (HRA). In addition to these special machines, production machines will also be displayed, including the new Pioneer 700 two-person side-by-side, Grom, CB1100, Gold Wing F6B, CBR1000RR and NC700X.

SEMA Show 2012 drew more than 60,000 domestic and international buyers and also provides attendees with educational seminars, product demonstrations, special events, networking opportunities and more. The SEMA Show is a trade-only event and not open to the general public, but there will be plenty of buzz generated by Honda's motorcycle presence alongside its auto display.

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