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2009 Easyriders V-Twin Bike Show Photo Gallery
Sunny weather brought bikers out by the thousands as the line to get into Sacramento's Easyrider show stretched down the street and around the corner.
Check out the action at the 2009 Easyriders V-Twin Bike Show in Sacramento that featured almost 200 custom motorcycles, vendors galore, live music and plenty of eye candy. Read all about it in Motorcycle USA's
Easyriders V-Twin Bike Show
This guy can grind him a hamburger while he's rumblin' down the highway!
Look, it's Motorcycle USA's Cheezy-Rider, Bryan Harley.
Savage Cycles came up with a cool innovation - hard bags that raise up electronically by the push of a button.
It's work like this that earned Tempest Cycles a featured spot on the 2009 Easyriders' Centerfold Tour.
There was no shortage of dual carbs and bike's hooked up with turbos at the Sacramento show.
This tribute bike honors the men and women who risk their lives daily serving in fire departments across America.
She may have been representing Sinister Cycles but her smile was anything but sinister.
'Don't worry, Jr., one day you'll grow up to be just like me.'
It wouldn't be a Sopranos bike without its share of faux bullet holes.
It's cool to see the younger generation admiring an old school bike.
In the beginning, there was Harley-Davidson.
This 100cc turbo charger could inspire the devil in many a rider.
Walt Ogden's 'bullish' design was a real crowd-pleaser, especially when the bike mooed at unsuspecting onlookers.
The 2009 Easyriders V-Twin Bike Show in Sacramento had 25% more bikes entered in the show compared to last year's event.
Shenanigans like this helped Jason Pullen elicit big cheers from the crowd.
Jason Pullen works the mic after whipping his Sportster all over the convention floor and stage.
It wouldn't be an Easyriders' gig without the gratuitous hot chicks in leather.
Leather chaps never looked better!
The tank says Harley-Davidson, but that's about the only thing on this bike that you'll find that resembles the stock motorcycle.
Wouldn't you like to get an autographed poster, too?
You never know what you're going to see at the Easyriders' show in Sacramento.
The lovely Elaina, one of the AFT Customs Girls, strikes a pose on a 2009 Big Dog Motorcycle.
This gentleman told us that he rode over from Oakland to check out the show.
If you were looking for customization ideas for your Harley-Davidson, then the Easyriders show was a must see.
You spell that Bryan, with a Y.
The Conquest, built by Erick Ackley and Dave Sekman of Tempest Motorcycles, has won numerous awards across the country.
The Biker Patrol sat out in front of Jay Allen's Broken Spoke Saloon set-up he had at the show.
The band was rocking some serious alt-grunge hits from the '90s.
Not only could she belt out a tune, but she played a mean bass as well.
The longer I looked at the bike Iron Slave Choppers had on hand, the more intimate details and craftsmanship I discovered.
Here's a peek at our Artistry in Iron Winner, Iron Slave Choppers.
Bikes and babes will forever go hand-in-hand.
his twin-turboed behemoth by Carl Brouhard has already won laurels in another show as America's Most Beautiful Motorcycle.
And the winner is...
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