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2012 New York International Motorcycle Show Photo Gallery

Check out the latest photos and images from the 2012 New York International Motorcycle Show.

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Ducati hosted a party at its Manhattan, New York dealership.
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Ducati has developed a new more contemporary design for its dealerships.
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Actor and model Tyson Beckford (center) was one of the guests at Ducati's party in New York.
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With a MSRP of $6999 the ’12 Honda NC700X is aimed at both new and veteran motorcyclists.
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Honda is following in Ducati’s footsteps hosting by parties at hip spots.
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The Honda NC700X offers storage for a helmet in front of the rider seat.
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Ducati’s dealership network in the U.S. is about to get a major redesign to give customers a richer buying experience.
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Honda party at the Milk Studios in Manhattan.
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Ducati fashion shows showcase soft goods that make you look the part on or off the bike.
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There are customized bikes galore at the New York motorcycle show giving riders inspiration in regards to what aftermarket goodies they need for their machines.
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These guys are entering to win a customized Honda Fury from us here at MotoUSA.com. Make sure to sign up, and, if your lucky, you’ll be riding home from the show.
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Nope it’s not a prop from the movie Tron but a real life motorcycle made by the folks from Evolve. It costs $55,000 and has a top speed right around 70 mph.
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There are a variety of custom bikes on display at the New York IMS.
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Dunlop has a wide range of tires that fit almost any motorcycle made. Shop for a set for your motorcycle at Motorcycle-Superstore.com
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BMW had a nice looking display at the IMS with this one-off machine.
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The International Motorcycle Show is a great opportunity to try on a helmet before you purchase it. Shop online for Shoei’s latest helmets at Motorcycle-Superstore.com
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Car and motorcycle shock builder, Penske is now offering shocks for many modern off-road bikes.
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The New York IMS offers rider training classes to help folks get up to speed when it comes to motorcycle riding.
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Yamaha had a nice display with many of its motorcycles and ATVs on display.
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Victory spokesman, Marine and actor R. Lee Ermey signed autographs and took pictures with fans at the New York IMS.
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Paul Teutul Jr. of Orange County Choppers fame had a small display that attracted a lot of interest in New York.
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Harley-Davidson’s Jumpstart program allows folks to ride a motorcycle without a license or any experience at the New York IMS.
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Harley-Davidson and Umbrella Girls had pretty spokes-woman helping to spread the motorcycling word.
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Victory introduced its new Judge cruiser-style motorcycle at the New York IMS.
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Triumph’s new Explorer motorcycle garnered a lot of attention at the New York IMS.
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The International Motorcycle Show is a great chance to feel out a motorcycle before making a purchase.
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Ducati girls at the New York IMS.