Malcolm Smith is the 2015 AIMExpo Champion

2015 AIMExpo Champion - Malcolm SmithThe American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) has named Motocross pioneer Malcolm Smith as the 2015 AIMExpo Champion.

The AMA Hall of Famer will fill the position for the third-annual AIMExpo, which takes place October 15-18 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

The first to take the AIMExpo Champion honors was Kenny Roberts (2013), who was followed by Kevin Schwantz (2014).

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Malcolm Smith will be a huge part of the 2015 AIMExpo, from publicity to events at the actual event. During 2015 AIMExpo, Smith will field questions from fans, make media appearances, and sign copies of his new autobiography in booth 2401.

“Malcolm! The Autobiography” is available now from Malcolm Smith Motorsports, www.themalcolmbook.com and powersports dealers nationwide via Tucker Rocky.

“I’m genuinely honored to be named AIMExpo Champion,” Malcolm Smith said. “Especially on the heels of champions like Kenny [Roberts] and Kevin [Schwantz]. As a longtime powersports dealer myself, I see the tremendous value AIMExpo brings to dealers, and I’m excited to get there and see what’s new in our industry for the coming season. AIMExpo has accomplished a lot in just a couple of years, and it’s all very exciting, for me personally and for the industry. Heck, I’d be there even if they hadn’t chosen me to be the AIMExpo Champion!”

“Malcolm is an ideal choice for AIMExpo Champion,” said Larry Little, VP and General Manager of AIMExpo. “What he’s done in the racing and business worlds is simply unparalleled. Through his many amazing off-road exploits and appearance in Bruce Brown’s iconic documentary ‘On Any Sunday,’ Malcolm turned many of us into motorcyclists, and all of us – fans and industry folks, alike – are appreciative of everything he’s done for motorcycling. It’s going to be a great weekend with him in attendance, especially with his fantastic new autobiography being available there.”

For additional information, visit AIMExpoUSA.com.

Malcolm Smith Autobiography