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2011 Progressive Chicago IMS Photo Gallery
Harley-Davidson showcased its new Custom of One program allowing customers to factory order a 1200 Custom Sportster.
Harley-Davidson rolled out its Custom of One program, Indian unveiled the new Chief Blackhawk and Billy Ray Cyrus makes an appearance at the
2011 Progressive International Motorcycle Show
Harley-Davidson offers seven categories of customization options for the new Custom of One program.
Harley-Davidson models were at the display to help customers learn about the products and encourage people to sign up for the Harley-Davidson bike give-away.
The Chicago IMS show had well over 60,000 people attend the event over the three day it was open.
The Progressive girls welcomed people as they entered the show.
The new 2011 Indian Chief Blackhawk.
The new Chief Blackhawk has a 105 cubic inch air cooled V-Twin engine.
A nice feature on the Chief Blackhawk is the quick release rear storage containers.
Also available from Indian Motorcycles is the Chief Blackhawk Dark.
Triumph has two new motorcycles entering them into the off-road market. The Tiger 800 and the Tiger XC.
CAN-AM BRP Spyder Hybrid Roadster.
The hybrid roadster will feature a 20 KW continuous power electic motor integrated with a 600cc internal combustion engine.
The hybrid roadster is expected to improve fuel efficiency by 50 percent.
BRP also introduced the new RSS model with some sporty upgrades including this new color option.
BRP will also offer the RSS Spyder in this bright red color option.
Country music star Billy Ray Cyrus came to the show and mentioned he has been a motorcycle rider ever since he was a kid and continues to ride.
Billy Ray Cyrus taking photos with fans and signing autographs at the Moto Flix display.
Honda, Gregg's Customs and Cycle World built this one of a kind CBR1000RR to be raffled off on behalf of the Ride for Kids program benefiting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
Ducati had its new Diavel on display.
Honoring fallen Moto2 rider Shoya Tomizawa, Shoei displayed this limited edition X-12.
The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show was integrated into the IMS show and offered three classes of competition with a cash prize for the winners.
Hosea Giovanni’s 2003 Suzuki Volusia called El Patron built by Blacksmith Motoring Co.
Cook Custom Chopper’s 2009 Cook Custom named Rambler.
Troy Kyne’s 2010 Kyne’s Kustom bike named Predasaurus.
2008 Chopsmitty Custom bike named Orange Julius.
Dana Hallberg’s 2010 Legend Lowlife named Redonkoulous built by Deadline Customs.
Ken and Cindy Leavelle’s 2010 Honda Goldwing with custom trailer.
Dave Dupor’s 2009 H-D Road Glide built by DD Custom Cycle.
Dana Hallberg’s 2009 H-D Road Glide built by Deadline Customs called All The Monkey.
Chad Anderson’s 1997 Harley Davidson FXD.
2003 H-D Fat Boy built by DD Custom Cycle.
1953 Harley Davidson FL Panhead built by Cook Custom Choppers.
Dell Battle’s 2003 H-D Fat Boy named 2-B-Fat built by Snake Alley and Road Hawgs.
Bob McAreavey’s 2001 H-D Fat Boy.
Ricky Ray’s 2009 Suzuki Hayabusa named Boost 3.
Joshua Lee’s 2001 Yamaha R6 named Nipped & Tucked built by JDA Customs.
Jason Cleghorn’s 2007 Suzuki GSX-R named Cool Blue built by JDA Customs.
Mike Cantinella’s 1999 Suzuki Hayabusa named Creepin from Hard Luck Cycles and XC Performance.
Rachael Cappizano’s 1995 Suzuki GSX-R named Live Fast Die Pretty built by Hard Luck Cycles and XC Performance.
Matt Giralamo’s 1993 Suzuki GSX-R named Dead Presidents built by Hard Luck Cycles and XC Performance.
Concetta Giralamo’s 2001 Suzuki GSX-R named Slam O Flage built by Hard Luck Cycles and XC Performance.
Durran Wright’s 1993 Suzuki GSX-R named Silver Surfer built by Wright’s Racing Design & Build.
William Christman’s 2003 Suzuki SV1000 named Scorpion.
AJ’s 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa named Havoc.
Goergeo Fanelli’s 2007 Honda CRF450/500R named RR500AF.
Mad Fox Choppers built this 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa.
Gator Customs built this 2006 Yamaha R6 called Starscream.
Victor Jankiewicz’s 2002 Suzuki GSX-R named Wound Up built by JDA Customs.
Joshua Lee’s 1994 Yamaha FZR named Christine built by JDA Customs.
Bob McAreavey built his 2001 H-D Fatboy giving him the win in the Modified Harley class.
Joshua Lee won the Performance Customs class with his 2007 599cc Suzuki GSX-R built by JDA Customs.
Troy Kyne won the Freestyle class with his 2010 Predasaurus Curve.
Honda Sir Speedy rider Leslie Porterfield who holds the Bonneville world record was at the show signing autographs.
Promotional models were found in every corner of the show.
The local Chicago area Mods VS Rockers came out to be apart of the action.
This was a cool Cafe Racer on display and was on the hit TV show Cafe Racers on the HD Channel.
Spartan Energy drinks were handing out free samples.
Triumph girls posing for media at the Chicago IMS Show.
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