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2010 Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show Photo Gallery
Thousands of people visited the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach for this year’s L.A. Motorcycle Calendar Show.
Motorcycle USA visits the
2010 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show
where we saw a bunch of cool custom sportbikes, cruisers, and most importantly hot motorcycle babes.
Northern California’s Binford’s Custom Cycles had this Harley-Davidson bagger on display. Note the sparkling chrome treatment.
The custom sportbike scene was well represented in Long Beach.
AFT Customs unveiled its newest creation named “Kemosabe” at the Los Angeles Motorcycle Calendar Show.
Check out this Steve McQueen inspired flat tracker.
Some of the calendar girls performed on stage. And man, these girls can dance!
Count the spokes on this slammed Bagger.
Many of the models featured in the FastDates.com calendar mingle around the show.
What is this bike? Leave a comment below and the first correct answer gets a Motorcycle USA t-shirt.
This is one of the girls that will be racing AFT Custom’s Kemosabe machine at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Riders from all over Southern Cal made it to Long Beach for the bike show.
Named “Ultra Violet” this one-off Gixxer his the definition of eye candy with its lustrous multi-tone violet paint work.
Come for the bike stay for the chicks.
This trike designed and built by Concord, California-based U.S. Kustoms was the coolest looking cruiser-style motorcycle at the show. Cost to build it was in excess of $100,000.
Santa Ana, California-based Shotgun Shocks makes an adjustable air-ride rear suspension system for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The apparatus allows you to electronically raise or the rear end of the bike without compromising suspension travel.
Japanese engineer Shinya Kimura designed this Mad Max-style Ducati 999 Superbike.
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