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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

2015 Progressive International Motorcycle Show - Part 1

The 2015 Progressive International Motorcycle Show was held this past weekend at the Minneapolis Convention Center and, no, you don't have to wait until 2016 to see photos (so what if I'm a little behind on 2014 event photos).  I went Saturday morning.

There's always a lot to see.  Mostly, it's an opportunity to check out the current line up from all the major manufacturers like this new Kawasaki Ninja H2, that seemed to be a big deal to sportbike fans.

Polaris had their new Slingshot on display.

Lots of booths were set up with people selling everything from leather vests to attorney services.

However, there were a lot of custom bikes on display too like this 2013 KTM 350 EXC-F, AWD Dual Sport.  Yes, All-Wheel-Drive.

I'll showcase a lot more customs later.  By the way, the National Motorcycle Museum in Iowa is looking for bikes for an upcoming show that should be pretty cool.

The vintage bikes were tucked away in the back.  Both the Viking Chapter of the AMCA and the Minnesota Chapter of the VJMC had displays.  Their big show is coming up in June.

Nestled in the vintage section, Ton-Up Minneapolis had a big display that I somehow failed to take a photo of.  I was too distracted by their poster in the back.  I gave them permission to use a few of my photos on it (not all are mine).

Check back daily for more photos from the show!


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