The second stop of the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows took place this past weekend at the Dallas Convention Center in downtown Dallas, Texas. Motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the Lone Star state came out to take a gander at the newest bikes, products and also check out the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show that brings some of the top builders in the country out to compete. Take a peek at some of the shows highlights in these photos:
The crowds poured into the Dallas Convention Center to check out the newest motorcycles and products available.
This Brawler GT3 built by Darwin Motorcycles was just one of many exotic bikes to check out at the Dream Pavilion.
There was a lot of buzz around the new Ducati 1199 Panigale Superbike on display.
The Marketplace is the best destination to see all the latest products and gear for the new year.
IHarley-Davidson offers the Ride-A-Harley Experience where anyone can sit on the bike and twist the throttle for fun.
Two active duty Oklahoma Highway Patrol Hayabusa’s were on display at the Suzuki booth.
At the Honda display there is a bike for everyone.
The Progressive Motorcycle Insurance staff is all smiles and has a host of free goodies.
This bike is a personal favorite of Rick Fairless, owner of Strokers Dallas.
You can always walk around an IMS show and find some fun raffles to enter and hopefully win.
Winner of the Ultimate Builder “People’s Choice” award is this unique custom garage built cruiser dubbed “Big Hubless”.
This 1983 Harley-Davidson FXE built by Three Two Choppers won the Ultimate Builder Modified Harley Class.
Strokers Dallas was the featured bike builder for the Dallas show and had plenty of eye candy.
The Kawasaki-Design-A-Bike feature was a big hit with both kids and adults.
When you vote in the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show at IMS, you're automatically entered to win this MotorcycleUSA customized 2011 Honda Fury.
The new Dream Pavilion feature, showcases high end and exotic motorcycles from various manufactures including this KTM 1190 RC8 R Race Spec machine.