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2011 Progressive Chicago IMS Photo Gallery

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 in Chicago.

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