Day one of the 2020 Tucker Show marked the beginning of three days of dealer interaction with vendors, pre-scheduled product presentations, and educational training seminars throughout the day in three dedicated presentation theatres directly on the main show floor. The new format, with dedicated brand presentation times, is intended to provide each vendor with the opportunity to present its products to a dedicated audience of dealers and Tucker sales reps in a semi-private setting. Here’s some of what we observed on the show floor on day one.
The Techno Tracker greets attendees at the entrance to the show.
The Tucker Techno Tracker—so clean!
This year’s show has a new floor layout with vendors grouped by segment.
The crew from Motorex was showing off their new X Bottle design.
Motorex’s Pat Riley was rocking these one-off branded shoes.
Richard Brice is representing HiFlo and JT Sprockets.
Maxima has a new SXS Synthetic Front Drive Fluid.
Evans cooling has this trick Sherco race team replica bike in their booth.
No one likes getting their motorcycle stolen, and the ABUS crew is on hand to talk all things motorcycle security.
Dunlop’s Trailmax Mission ADV tire is designed to be more stable at higher speeds.
BikeMaster has this sweet 1974 CR125M rebuild project on display in their booth.
Dave Kimmey and Scott Lukaitis are both on hand repping Engine Ice.
The Bridgestone crew busy talking tires.
Gaerne has a plethora of boot color options, including the new all red colorway.
One of the new vendors at this year’s show is Custom Wheel House with its Method Race Wheels, GMZ, and Tensor Tire brands.
Another new vendor is Chinese ATV replacement parts supplier MOGO Parts who were showing off their user-friendly website.
The DragonFire Racing setup in the ATV/UTV segment area.
The QuadBoss boys talking shop.
QuadBoss has a new just-released 83-page catalog.
Spotted in the FMF booth was this prototype exhaust for the 790 KTM that will reportedly be available soon.
UFO has a full display of OEM replacement plastics on display.
Renthal’s Paul Perebijnos shows off the brand’s new R-Works FB36 Fatbar handlebars.
Duro has many OE specification tires available such as the Frontier for Kawasaki Mule vehicles.
SCOTT Sports’ recently released Fury goggle.
ProTaper reports that their SELA holeshot device will available to dealers in April.
This year’s show features a Tucker Show app that allows dealers and reps to schedule time with vendors.
Acerbis has these trick mini championship number plates in their booth.
Another one of the new vendors at the 2020 show is Motul.
Arai has many new helmet graphics as well as the new Regent-X with a more entry level price point.
Twin Power USA has a new 114-page catalog they recently rolled out.
Performance Machine’s new SMR hub system allows stock rotors to be mounted to PM wheels.
100% has its Armega goggle line on display for dealers to check out.