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2010 Laconia Motorcycle Week Photo Gallery
It was only Tuesday but motorcycles already stretched as far as the eye could see down Lakeside Ave on Weirs Beach.
Check out the action from Weirs Beach, the Laconia Roadhouse and the Lobster Pound, Jay Allen's Laconia Broken Spoken Saloon and more in our coverage of the 87th annual
Laconia Bike Week.
Just follow the arrow for the carnival-like atmosphere of Lakeside Ave.
Good ol' Southern rock-n-roll had the crowd grooving to the music at the Laconia Roadhouse.
The custom builder from Green Mountain Performance runs some wiring on the custom bike he's building for the Lobster Pound's Biker Build-Off at Laconia 2010.
Here's a picture of my ride for a week, a Dirico Motorcycle Flyer that I picked up at Manchester Harley-Davidson.
The Laconia Roadhouse boasts that it has the cutest 'Tub Girls' around.
Vintage Custom Cycles works on its 1972 Iron Head Sportster for the Laconia Roadhouse Biker Build-Off at Laconia Motorcycle Week.
Motorcycles, motorcycles everywhere! A sunny day brought out the bikers in droves.
The guys of ACME Choppers kickin' it with the '72 Triumph Chopper they built for the Lobster Pound's Biker Build-Off.
This is one of the most dedicated old vet motorcyclists around. His unique bike is locked, cocked and fully loaded.
Beer anyone? The 'Tub Girls' inside the Laconia Roadhouse aim to please.
Cagers - If you see this guy in your rearview mirror, you'd better get the hell out of the way.
Keep on rockin' it! The band at the Laconia Roadhouse was jamming some down-home rock and blues.
A camera-shy Broken Spoke Saloon bartender mixes magic elixers for thirsty patrons in Laconia.
The man responsible for some of the best biker parties around the country - Broken Spoke Saloon owner Jay Allen.
Satan Cycles out of New York is responsible for this sinister ride.
The Broken Spoke bartender helped entertain the crowd while the band played her favorite Stevie Nicks song.
Satan of Satan Cycles hopped on board this motorcycle he is building for the Laconia Roadhouse Biker Build-Off. Yes, that is his name, and no, he's not evil.
Ride 'em, cowgirls. It was twice the fun on the mechanical bull at the Broken Spoke Saloon.
Ah, nothing better to sate the munchies than some good ol' greasy biker grub.
A happy couple cruises down Lakeside Ave. with their cool sidecar.
Rain may have put a damper on the fireworks show Wednesday night, but they lit up the sky over Weirs Beach on Thursday.
We met the Irish Choppers' father and son team of Christopher and Mickey Stevens while we were checking out their cool bobber called 'Lady Luck.'
The Mustang inverted tank on Lady Luck is in tribute to Indian Larry.
Cool sidecar, dude!
Lakeside Ave. is getting even more congested the closer we get to the weekend.
Lucy in the sky, with diamonds! OK, maybe they're just dancing tavern girls with tutus and funky wigs.
Look, it's a Hondog. Is that a cousin of the jackalope?
The City of Laconia held its annual bike show Friday with this trophy going to the Best of Show.
Merrill Jarvis of Burlington, VT won the Best in Show for his radical custom with a 121 TP Engineering show-polished engine.
'Homewreker' by Grid Iron Motors was one of the many customs bikes competing in the 2010 Bike Show hosted by the City of Laconia.
Peter Borelli, a welder and fabricator out of North Anson, Maine made this creative 'lawn art' motorcycle.
The Laconia Bike Show models brought smiles to the faces of competitors.
Warrant rocked the crowd at the Broken Spoke Saloon on Friday night.
I did it! I made the ride up Mt. Washington Auto Road.
Custom bike builder and Salt Flat legend Wink Eller was one of the featured guests at the Broken Spoke Saloon.
This blue 1972 Sportster XLCH Chopper received a lot of attention at the Laconia Harley-Davidson Ride-In Bike Show.
Beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee sits across the street from Lakeside Avenue in Weirs Beach.
The 'Plumber's Pan' was a cool, vintage 1956 Harley-Davidson Panhead Chopper owned by John the Plumber out of Newport, New Hampshire.
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