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2010 Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show Photo Gallery

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.

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Northern California’s Binford’s Custom Cycles had this Harley-Davidson bagger on display. Note the sparkling chrome treatment.
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The custom sportbike scene was well represented in Long Beach.
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AFT Customs unveiled its newest creation named “Kemosabe” at the Los Angeles Motorcycle Calendar Show.
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Check out this Steve McQueen inspired flat tracker.
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Some of the calendar girls performed on stage. And man, these girls can dance!
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Count the spokes on this slammed Bagger.
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Many of the models featured in the FastDates.com calendar mingle around the show.
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What is this bike? Leave a comment below and the first correct answer gets a Motorcycle USA t-shirt.
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This is one of the girls that will be racing AFT Custom’s Kemosabe machine at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
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Riders from all over Southern Cal made it to Long Beach for the bike show.
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Named “Ultra Violet” this one-off Gixxer his the definition of eye candy with its lustrous multi-tone violet paint work.
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Come for the bike stay for the chicks.
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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.
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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.
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Japanese engineer Shinya Kimura designed this Mad Max-style Ducati 999 Superbike.