Motorcycle Taiwan

Motorcycle Taiwan, Taipei World Trade Centre Nangang Exhibition
Motorcycle Taiwan, TWTC

Motorcycle Taiwan

The 6th Taiwan International Motorcycle Show

Show Dates: April 14th – 17th Show Hours:

  • April 14-15: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m Trade and by admission only
  • April 16-17: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m Also Open to the Public, ticket price is NT$200

*Minors under 12 are not permitted to the show ground

Venue: TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall 1

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  • Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA)


  • Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association (TTVMA)

About Motorcycle Taiwan

Motorcycle Taiwan is a key event in the automotive industry in Taiwan. A fantastic way to meet and discuss the challenges and solutions of the automotive industry to date. Target visitors will be dealers, distributors of bike & Parts & other related professionals.


  • Motorcycles, Scooters, ATVs, Power-assisted bicycles, Electric motorcycles
  • Engines and Parts
  • Motorcycle Frames
  • Motorcycle Parts and Accessories
  • Motorcyclists’ Accessories
  • Noise, Emission Inspection Equipment
  • Maintenance Equipment
  • Components and Accessories Manufacturing Equipment

How to get to the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall:

By MRT from Taipei Main Station:

  • Take the Blue Line (Bannan Line) and get directly off at TWTC Nangang Station.

By Bus from Taipei Main Station:

  • Take the ZhongXiao NewMainLine – 205 – 212 – 276 – 605 – 605 (subLine) 605 (XintaiWu Line) to TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall
  • It is about a 3 minute walk to the Exhibition Hall from this stop.

TAITRA Contacts:

  • Exhibition Sec.2, Exhibition Department, TAITRA  Tel: 886-2-2725-5200 Fax: 886-2-722-7324
  • Show Manager: Ms. Angela Huang (ext. 2676) Email:
  • Press Coordinator: Ms. Sharon Su (ext. 2661) Email:

Other Related Events:

  • EV TAIWAN (Taiwan International Electric Vehicle Show) – April 14th–17th at the TWTC Exhibition Hall 1

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