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2011 Laconia Motorcycle Week Photo Gallery
Vintage motorcycles rip it up at New Hampshire Motor Speedway during the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix presented by the USCRA.
We bring you shots from the action at Laconia Motorcycle Week 2011, from vintage motorcycle racing at NHMS to Weirs Beach to the Lobster Pound. Get all the pics and updates at Motorcycle USA's
Laconia Bike Week
The Pre 1950/ Pre 1965 / LWSV class race ultimately was red-flagged when an old Honda seized, dumping both bike and rider.
There was some furious action at NHMS as vintage motorcycles took to the track Monday.
The hands of time were turned back Monday at NHMS as classic racers competed in the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix.
How many earrings can you fit on one ear?
Here's a view of one of the winners at the Lobster Pound's tattoo contest.
Jack Fiorvante dons the mask as he furiously works on his project in Laconia's Biker Build-Off Competition.
We met a true legend, English Don, during Laconia Motorcycle Week 2011 at the Biker Build-Off.
The winner of the 'Hot Legs' contest poses in the foreground while Jack from Deadwood Choppers is all business in the background.
Doing it Moto Guzzi style at the vintage motorcyle races.
Sidecar racers let it all hang out during the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix, Laconia 2011.
Honda racers were the predominant bike in the pits at the U.S. Vintage Grand Prix.
The bartenders at the Full Throttle Saloon are multi-talented.
Talkin' shop with the infamous English Don.
The Dirico Motorcycle girls show off some of the company's new apparel.
Riders ripped it up at the Gunstock Hill Climb, annually one of the biggest attractions at the Laconia Motorcycle Rally.
Fans turn out by the thousands for the annual hill climbs.
Catchin' air at the hill climb.
Quads with extended swingarms and sport bike engines flew up the hill.
The day started out a little slow, but people filled the mountainside before long.
Hill climbers ride the fine line between racing up the hill and looping it backwards.
They start hill climbers young around here.
The sleds were the star attractions at the 19th Annual Gunstock Hill Climbs.
It wouldn't be a complete motorcycle rally without a bikini bike wash or two.
Nice hat, dude! Good to see you're in to recycling.
Tim Yarnell did a great job of restoring this 1938 Harley-Davidson EL 61 which he entered in the Laconia Custom Bike Show.
American Pickers, eat your heart out. This 1938 Harley EL 61 was found in a barn and its restoration has a great story behind it.
The cow said she needed a ride, so we kindly obliged.
Sittin' in the sun taking in the hill climbs. It was a good day at Gunstock.
This cool Norton was one of a handful of motorcycles in the seventh annual Laconia Custom Bike Show.
Jagermeister girls spice up any biker rally.
And the award for coolest sissy bar goes to...
Wooden covered bridges, like the Blair Bridge, are an integral part of New Hampshire history.
Kevin Berry sits on his Rowe Custom radical motorcycle which captured top honors in the 2011 Laconia Custom Bike Show.
We were digging the pipes coming off this 117 cubic-inch S&S engine in the bike that won 'Best of Show.'
Jack Fiorvante is a happy man after winning five grand in the Laconia Biker Build-Off.
Lakeside Avenue and Weirs Beach was packed on the final Saturday.
Looking sassy at the 2011 Laconia Motorcycle Rally.
What a bunch of Massholes! No, really, their company was called Masshole Choppers.
A contender in the Biker Build-Off steps up to claim his prize.
Fans cheered loudly for their favorite contestants during the bikini contest.
Not too bad for a bike that was thrown together in one week.
Beltin' it out with all her heart.
Deadwood Choppers out of Middle Island, NY, built the winner of Laconia's Biker Build-Off.
He sports his Mohawk well.
Danzig, is that you?
The competition heated up at the bikini contest.
Having fun at the 2011 Laconia Motorcycle Rally.
The 2011 Laconia Motorcycle Rally will be remembered in part for the rain.
Putting her elbows into the job. A quick chair massage was just what the doctor ordered for this guy.
Working the crowd during the bikini contest.
Honey, I shrunk the motorcycle! Actually, its an auto-trannied Ridley.
Saturday brought out big crowds ready to party.
Smilin' for the camera! The bikini contest Saturday filled the house.
Play it like you mean it.
Riders rip up the hill at Gunstock.
Taking a stogie break while workin' hard to make the deadline in the Biker Build-Off.
Skid Row jams out at the Full Throttle Saloon Friday night.
Rockin' the house at the Full Throttle Saloon Laconia.
She's got that sultry smile down pat.
Testing out the lean angles of the Dirico prototype bagger.
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