There was so much to see at the 2016 Minneapolis IMS that I'm glad I went both Friday and Saturday. This BMW really caught my eye. Stripped down BMWs aren't something you see everyday and this one is awesome.
While I know the focus of this show is new bikes, there were lots of other vintage and custom bikes to see too.
In addition to bikes, Makoto Endo was there painting live. I first saw prints of his work at the Oil & Ink Expo (blog posts here and here). He paints with chopsticks and the results are beautiful!
I stopped by multiple times Friday and Saturday and you can see the steady progress in the photos below.
Of course, no series of blogposts about the IMS would complete without a few of the ladies that staff the displays and deal with endless annoying requests for photos.
That wraps up the 2016 Progressive International Motorcycle Show. As a friendly reminder, it's less than one week until Mama Tried!!!