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2010 Cincinnati V-Twin Expo Photo Gallery
It was cold in Cincy thanks to a storm that closed down most of the mid-Atlantic seaboard and prevented a few unlucky people from attending the show.
It was a cavalcade of custom wheels, exhausts and accessories galore on the floor of Cincinnati's Duke Energy Convention Center for the 10th Annual V-Twin Expo, the cruiser crowd's largest trade show of the year.
What a smile! Booth babes are always a sure bet to attract attention to your spot, regardless of what you're selling.
Primo in the house!
Just when I thought they couldn't go much bigger than a 23-inch front wheel, this custom bagger by Ballistic Cycles pushes the envelope with a 30-inch tall front hoop.
OCC introduced its 2010 Sport Bagger at the 2010 V-Twin Expo.
We had the pleasure of meeting a legend in the custom motorcycle building world, the King of Choppers himself, Arlen Ness.
Athena 'Chickie' Ransom checks out a 250hp 'cruiser.'
Bert Baker received the New Product of the Year Award for his BAKER Drivetrain 4-speed.
Two men that know a thing or two about going fast - NHRA Champ Hector Arana and the builder of the BUB 7 Streamliner, Denis Manning.
Statues and colored lighting brighten the night in downtown Cincinnati.
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Michael Lichter announced that his 10th Annual Motorcycles as Art exhibit at Sturgis this year is titled Eternal Combustion 30 in the Wind.
We met Laura Klock, the fastest woman on a bagger, at the 2010 V-Twin Expo.
This Jesse Rooke Custom looked just like a beach cruiser I had in the '80s.
Gary Maurer and Dave Perwitz share a laugh before the Eternal Combustion seminar.
OCC was on hand with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Bike, a motorcycle for handicapped riders who are bound to a wheelchair.
The OCC Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Bike gives handicapped riders the oppurtunity to experience the freedom of riding once again.
You could stare at Ron Finch's latest sidecar creation called Outsider for an hour and still not be able to pick out all the details.
The Outsider, by Ron Finch, took the unofficial title of most-talked about motorcycle at the show.
I give OCC props for making a bike that empowers handicapped riders.
Metal master and paint perfectionist Ron Finch really out did himself this time.
The rodwork in this sidecar by Ron Finch is incredible. Finch's latest creation was stopping people in their tracks.
Double trouble in Cin-cin-nati!
The Biltwell Bro-Down at the Mainstay Rock Bar was a head-banging good time.
Performance Machine and its RSD custom had their traditional spot front and center when you walked through the doors of the Duke Energy Convention Center.
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