Photo From The 2022 Tokyo Motorcycle Show – Roadracing World Magazine

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For the first time since 2019, the Tokyo Motorcycle Show opened Friday at the Tokyo Big Sight in the bay area of Tokyo, Japan. Photographer Kohei Hirota attended the opening day and submitted the following photos.

 

Fans stream into the main exhibit area Friday at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Arai had a large display area. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Arai had a large display area. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

 

Some of the Arai helmets on display, including the Nicky Hayden "Reset" replica. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Some of the Arai helmets on display, including the Nicky Hayden “Reset” replica. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

BMW's CE 04 electric scooter. Photo courtesy Kohei Hirota.
BMW’s CE 04 electric scooter. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

The Dunlop motorcycle tire exhibit at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
The Dunlop motorcycle tire exhibit at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Ducati Japan did not have a display, but there was a Ducati Panigale V4 R showing off some carbon-fiber wheels and an aftermarket exhaust system. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Ducati Japan did not have a display, but there was a Ducati Panigale V4 R showing off some carbon-fiber wheels and an aftermarket exhaust system. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

An Energica Ego electric sportbike on display in Tokyo. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
An Energica Ego electric sportbike on display in Tokyo. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

A Harley-Davidson dealer in Japan built this road-going replica of Kyle Wyman's MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers Championship-winning Screamin' Eagle Road Glide. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
A Harley-Davidson dealer in Japan built this road-going replica of Kyle Wyman’s MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers Championship-winning Screamin’ Eagle Road Glide. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

A 30th Anniversary Edition Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP next to a 1992 Honda CBR900RR. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
A 30th Anniversary Edition Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP next to a 1992 Honda CBR900RR. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

We haven't received anything about this neo cafe racer from Honda, but it's called the Hawk 11 and it shares the 1,084cc parallel twin engine and basic chassis with the Africa Twin. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
We haven’t received anything about this neo cafe racer from Honda, but it’s called the Hawk 11 and it shares the 1,084cc parallel twin engine and basic chassis with the Africa Twin. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

IXON leathers had one of Takaaki Nakagami's LCR Honda RC213V MotoGP racebikes on display. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
IXON leathers had one of Takaaki Nakagami’s LCR Honda RC213V MotoGP racebikes on display. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

This is Kawasaki's ZX-25R, a 249cc inline four-cylinder sportbike that's been available in some non-U.S. markets for a year or two. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
This is Kawasaki’s ZX-25R, a high-revving 249cc inline four-cylinder sportbike that’s available in some markets outside of the U.S. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

KTM's display area at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
KTM’s display area at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

One of Marc Marquez's actual Shoei race helmets on display. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
One of Marc Marquez’s actual Shoei race helmets on display. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Several racebikes draw attention to a display promoting the MFJ All-Japan Superbike Championship event April 1-3 at Motegi. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Several racebikes draw attention to a display promoting the MFJ All-Japan Superbike Championship event April 2-3 at Motegi. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

There were several sponsored racebikes on display in NGK Spark Plug's area, including bikes identified as belonging to Mark Marquez (93), Fabio Quartararo (20), and Joan Mir (36). Photo by Kohei Hirota.
There were several sponsored racebikes on display in NGK Spark Plug’s area, including bikes identified as belonging to Jonathan Rea, Mark Marquez, Fabio Quartararo (20), and Joan Mir (36). Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Öhlins has a large display area at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Öhlins has a large display area at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

One of the Monster Energy Yamaha YZR-M1 racebikes belonging to 2021 MotoGP World Champion Fabio Quartararo. There were at least three on display in different areas of the show Friday. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Another one of the Monster Energy Yamaha YZR-M1 racebikes belonging to 2021 MotoGP World Champion Fabio Quartararo. There were at least three on display in different areas of the show Friday. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Shoei showcased its new heads-up display system in Tokyo. Details were not immediately available. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Shoei showcased its new heads-up display system in Tokyo. Details were not immediately available. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

A Shoei helmet fitted with a new heads-up display system. Details were not immediately available. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
A Shoei helmet fitted with a new heads-up display system. Details were not immediately available. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

The Yoshimura SERT Motul Suzuki GSX-R1000 endurance racebike with the 2021 FIM Endurance World Championship trophy and one the several Joan Mir ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP racebikes on display at the show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
The Yoshimura SERT Motul Suzuki GSX-R1000 endurance racebike with the 2021 FIM Endurance World Championship trophy and one of the Joan Mir ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP racebikes on display at the show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

A closeup of some of the front-end hardware on the Yoshimura SERT Motul Suzuki GSX-R1000 endurance racebike. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
A closeup of some of the front-end hardware on the Yoshimura SERT Motul Suzuki GSX-R1000 endurance racebike. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Another view of one of Joan Mir's ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP racebikes. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Another view of one of Joan Mir’s ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP racebikes. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

One of Triumph's new Tiger 1200 models. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
One of Triumph’s new Tiger 1200 models. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

 

Another one of Fabio Quartararo's Monster Energy Yamaha YZR-M1s in the Yamaha display next to Katsuyuki Nakasuga's 2021 title-winning YZF-R1 All-Japan Superbike. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Another one of Fabio Quartararo’s Monster Energy Yamaha YZR-M1s in the Yamaha display next to Katsuyuki Nakasuga’s 2021 title-winning YZF-R1 All-Japan Superbike. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

Another view of 2021 All-Japan Superbike Champion Katsuyuki Nakasuga's Yamaha YZF-R1 Superbike. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
Another view of 2021 All-Japan Superbike Champion Katsuyuki Nakasuga’s Yamaha YZF-R1 Superbike. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

The new YZF-R7 was highlighted in Yamaha's display area at the show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.
The new YZF-R7 was highlighted in Yamaha’s display area at the show. Photo by Kohei Hirota.

 

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