I attended the 2017 Progressive International Motorcycle Show at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Saturday. Here's a bunch of photos from the show starting with the Evel Twin.
Jordan's panhead and knucklehead:
As if Vincents weren't fast enough...
This bike looked like fun:
1948, 1949, & 1950 Harley Hummers in one bike. I'm not sure if the bike has a name but I'm calling it the triple hummer.
Flat track Sporty:
Indian's flat trackin' Scout:
The satin finish on the Geico bike was so weird. It didn't look like it was made of metal. It almost looked 3D printed.
Speaking of 3D printing, there was a really cool 3D printed prototype of Harley's new Milwaukee Eight motor.
Here's a cutaway of the real thing.
Here's another example of 3D printing (not from Harley):
Roland Sands BMW:
The swingarm mounted fender was nicely done.
Another BMW. This one has a scrambler feel.
Scramblers are popular right now. Here's Ducati's:
...and here is scrambler art by Makoto Endo:
You know what else is popular? Mini bikes... or maybe I'm just obsessed with them, I can't tell.
More photos from the show tomorrow!!!