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2011 Progressive New York IMS Photo Gallery
Motorcycle USA traveled to New York City for the 2011 Progressive International Motorcycle Show and visited Times Square while we were there.
Harley-Davidson debuted its 2011 Blackline, Ducati unveiled its 2012 Monster 1100EVO, Victory introduced its 2012 High-Ball and more went down at the
2011 Progressive International Motorcycle Show
in New York City.
Our trip to NYC started with the official unveiling of Harley-Davidson's newest Dark Custom, the 2011 Blackline.
BMW brought its highly anticipated inline six-powered sport-tourer, the 2011 K1600GTL, to the New York show.
UFC fighter Diego Sanchez was all pumped up after receiving his 2011 Star Stryker customized by Low & Mean.
Royal Enfield introduced two new models at the NY IMS, the 500 Classic Chrome and the 500 Black Bullet. Unfortunately, the day we were there, the bikes were still held up in customs.
Ice Mutha F*&%n T!! Ice T and CoCo stopped by on Saturday to sign autographs with fans.
The Empire State Building appears to stretch to the heavens.
Honda had the Cobra Scrambler and Tracker on hand, custom motorcycles based on the Honda RS750.
This guy wears his helmet everywhere! Actually, he was just checking out Germany's Schuberth Helmets booth at the NY IMS.
The Geico Bike was built by Paul Teutul, Jr.
The 2012 Ducati Monster 1100EVO made its debut at the 2011 New York IMS.
There were plenty of blinged-out bikes like this custom Hayabusa in the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Competition at the NY IMS.
Eric Bostrom was at the Kawasaki display along with JD Beach to talk about riding in the upcoming Daytona 200.
Custom builder extraordinaire Roland Sands was on hand to unveil the Victory High-Ball he worked his magic on.
Paul Teutul,Jr., formerly of OCC but currently the owner of Paul Jr. Designs, had a strong fan following at the NY IMS.
The winner of Yamaha's online contest was invited to showcase his custom R1 at the show.
Roland Sands hooked up the Victory High-Ball he customized with a suicide shifter.
How do you start this thing dad? This little guy had big dreams.
We got a close-up look at the 2011 Triumph Thunderbird Storm, a bike we happen to be getting a first ride on next week in Phoenix, AZ.
Ducati always goes all out with slinky models and a high-energy fashion show for the IMS. It also debuted its 2012 Monster 1100EVO.
It was a fun night at Don Hill's in SoHo for the 2011 Blackline press launch.
The venerable Willie G. painted the town red the night before the New York IMS.
A peek at "Ol Vic," the 2012 High-Ball Roland Sands customized.
The Triumph cuties were busy unveiling bikes like the 2011 Thunderbird Storm and the Tiger 800.
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