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2012 Cincinnati V-Twin Expo Photo Gallery
The 2012 Cincinnati V-Twin Expo was a showcase for the latest and greatest products for the cruiser and custom motorcycle industry.
The biggest trade and industry show representing the custom and cruiser motorcycle segments met in Cincinnati for the
12th annual Easyriders V-Twin Expo
The hands of an artist at work. Not everybody can freehand like Von Dutch!
Arlen Ness was at the show meeting fans and promoting the vast 2012 Ness Catalog.
We thought this '49 Panhead was old school cool. It was built by Cycle Source's Chris Callen.
Rampage Wheels used the tried and true method of using a poster girl to attract attention to their booth at the V-Twin Expo.
Kiwi Mike was recently chosen to build a bike to honor the Coast Guard for the 25th anniversary of the Rolling Thunder rally.
Akrapovic Motorcycle Exhausts knows there's no better way to show off a product than to have it mounted on a killer custom motorcycle.
Bert Baker of Baker Drivetrain talking shop.
Cory Ness demonstrated the new Ness Modular Handlebars for us.
We couldn't help but think of Big Daddy Roth when checking out the custom paint and pinstriping at this display.
Renegade Wheels representin' at the show!
Taking diamond cut cylinder heads to the next level!
Tom Motzko and Brian Klock share a laugh at the Road Iron Review seminar.
Todd's Cycles has built a reputation for building street-savvy bikes with a racing flair. Built solid and ready to ride.
Sinister Industries and John Shope are at the cusp of the big tire movement for baggers.
We paid Zach Ness a compliment for the work he did recently on the Victory Judge he customized.
Scorpion Clutches had a cool display.
This booth babe had them lining up for an autograph at the 2012 V-Twin Expo.
Renegade has a wheel for just about all tastes.
The people at Freehand Airbrush Templates were busy demonstrating their product.
Performance Machine was in their customary spot front-and-center when you walked into the Expo.
Rick Fairless has fans wherever he goes!
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