I'm just going to go ahead and get some of the stranger bikes out of the way first...
I am pretty sure I saw Rick Fairless on an old episode of Biker Build-off and when I saw this bike at the show, somehow, I knew it was his. The Strokers Dallas logo on the back confirmed it. Nothing quite says, "look at me!!!" like this bike.
Another over-the-top bike was this one from Hvenly Choppers. Everything on it was twisted.
I really don't know what was going on here. Wouldn't you just grind that air filter off if you turned left?
Allstate was trying to remind people that they offered mototrcycle insurance too and they had this boardtrack-inspired bike with oversized front & rear wheels.
While I'm really not a fan of any of the aforementioned bikes in this post (I prefer things a bit more subdued), I thought this Arlen Ness bike (also at the Allstate display) was a pretty good looking modern bagger. Of course, I don't wash my bikes often enough to own a matte white bike.
Lots more posts from the show all week long!