The modern business zone near Mexico City, Santa Fe, recently hosted the Salon Internacional de La Motocicleta(International Motorcycle Show) with a wide range of exhibitors that attracted the attention of thousands of interested capital city residents and motorcycle fanatics. All of the major motorcycle brands presented their products at the show, as well as an array of motorcycles and accessories to be used for both recreational and sport transportation. The more recognizable brands such as Harley Davidson and Indian, which have a long history in Mexico (Pancho Villa posed sitting on an Indian for the U.S. press), BMW, Royal Enfield, Husqvarna, Yamaha, as well as Bimota, BRP, KTM, showed their respective vehicle lineups for 2015 at attractive exhibit stands. Legendary brand Harley Davidson showed its electric motorcycle for the first time outside of the United States. Harley announced that during the first quarter of 2015 it will release its model Street 750 in Mexico, a new urban model. The Italian motorcycle maker Ducati, which also has a long tradition in Mexico, as it was highly popular during the 1950s, announced that it will also release a new model in Mexico called the “Scrambler”, which will be available in 2015. Mexico will be the first country in Latin America to receive this model.