Love The DCT
There hasn't been any Euro factory team presence at the Minneapolis show for the last two years.The Minneapolis show has fewer and fewer factory displays every year, and no Euro factory teams this year. (There were a couple local dealers working the BMW display, but no factory guys). These days there are more “flea market” -type booths with people selling bandanas and doo-dads.
I once looked forward to seeing what new bikes are coming out and the cool displays (remember the Ducati girls?). The only reason I attend now is because it’s more of a social event for me, and we typically go out for burgers and beer afterwards. I spent four hours at the event, but only 15 min, at most, looking at bikes. The rest of the time I was visiting with riding buddies, fellow RiderCoaches, and cops working the event.