We got to the show fairly early, parked, and went right in with the steady flow of arrivals. I sat on several different bikes worried that I would find one that felt nice and catch new bike fever. However, that did not happen. None of them really felt that great to me. The closest in comfort to me was the Star Stratoliner.
Browsing the venders that were present I made several small purchases. Some thin leather non vented gloves for cool riding. Another pair of winter gloves with built in zip out rain covers. Lastly some clear goggles for riding in the rain and at night. Oh, and one cotton bandana.
We signed up for all the drawings and missed most of the shows and got out of the Dallas Convention center shortly after lunch. I’m not much of a photographer so bear with the photos. There should be some eye candy for every one, sport bikes, cruisers, vintage bikes, custom bikes, etc. Click on the photo for larger size.
Above: Joshua my youngest and future Ninja Warrior
Above: One of the customs from the Strokers Display
Above: Strokers Display
Above: Cam Am Spider
Lots of Vendors
Above: Me (Torch) & Joshua Checking out the Harleys
Above: Me again. Don't worry, I did not get the Swine Flu.
Above & below: The HD Ultra Classic Electra Glide Cutaway Bike
Above: Twisted Throttle talk about motorcycle luggage
Above & below: T-Rex
My better half at the Womans center trying on helmets.
Above & below: T-Rex's again
Above: Joshua hamming it up in front of one of the vendors.
Me (Torch) checking out the Honda Furry. It was marred by ugly frame welds.
Hope to see ya'all there next year.