There were quite a few lovely booth girls at the Minneapolis Progressive International Motorcycle Show.
Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys:
and Harley-Davidson, among others.
Speaking of the Harley booth, I was really disappointed that they did not have their new Street 500 and Street 750 bikes on display. I am used to seeing new Harleys at the show before they hit the market and thought I'd have a bunch of gigantic radiator photos to share with you.
The only thing really new on display was a cutaway version of their water-cooled "Project Rushmore" engine. We're all just going to call them "waterheads", right? All things considered, I think the MoCo did a decent job hiding the radiators but I'll keep my air-cooled Harleys, thanks.
There really wasn't that much interesting to see at the Harley booth. They did have this nice-looking Seventy-Two. However, I can't look at a Seventy-Two's metal flake paint job without hearing my dad's voice telling me, "it looks like a bass boat." :)
Indians are up next!