The New York stop of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show is currently taking place at Manhattan’s Jacob Javits convention center. If you’re a motorcycling enthusiast looking for all the latest and greatest motorcycles and accessories the show is a excellent opportunity to see and touch the products before making a purchase. The show runs until Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased onsite for $18. Tip: Visit the International Motorcycle Show
website and enter the code “MOTOINF!” which reduces entry to just $13.
Harley-Davidson’s Jumpstart program allows folks to ride a motorcycle without a license or any experience.
Triumph’s new Explorer motorcycle garnered a lot of attention at the New York IMS.
The International Motorcycle Show is a great chance to feel out a motorcycle before making a purchase.
The New York IMS offers rider training classes to help folks get up to speed when it comes to motorcycle riding.
These guys are entering to win a customized Honda Fury from us. Sign up, and, if your lucky, you’ll be riding home.
There are customized bikes galore at the New York motorcycle show giving riders ideas when customizing their rides.
Ducati girls pose aboard the Diavel high-performance cruiser at the New York IMS.
Victory introduced its new Judge cruiser-style motorcycle at the New York IMS.
Victory spokesman, Marine and actor R. Lee Ermey signed autographs and took pictures with fans at the New York IMS.
Harley-Davidson and Umbrella Girls had pretty spokes-woman helping to spread the motorcycling word.