For three days in January, bikers and motorcycle lovers from across DC come to the annual Washington DC Motorcycle Show. With workshops, celebrity appearances, and panel discussions, there’s something for riders of all kinds at the Motorcycle Show. Each year, the Washington DC Motorcycle Show is held at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.
The Washington DC Motorcycle Show features a wide range of activities for motorcycle fans. See world champions like Kevin Schwantz, and check out the latest gear at the Ducati Fashion Show. And at the XDL Street Jam, watch death-defying tricks by top riders from around the world, like Chris Theis and Aaron Twite.
Workshops feature titles like “SHOCKING! The Motorcycle Suspension Workshop” and “It’s All About Traction – Motorcycle Tires Explained.” Speakers have included experts from Dunlop, Ohlins USA, and the Yamaha Champions Riding School.
Daily tickets to the Washington DC Motorcycle Show cost about $15 per person. Two-day passes cost about $22 a person, and three-day passes cost around $30 each. After checking out the latest gear and learning how to be a better rider, hang out with fellow gearheads and bikers at the dive bars near Mt Vernon Square