2008 V-Twin Expo Photo Gallery
Hundreds of vendors, dealers, and builders filled the exhibition halls of the Duke Energy Center.
Photos of the 2008 V-Twin Expo.
8th Annual Cincy V-Twin Expo Review
Roland Sands and Jason were keeping it real, mingling with fans while promoting RSD's extensive list of aftermarket goodies.
The JR7 is claimed to make over 125 hp and 200 ft-lb of torque at only 3200 rpm.
The rigs circled Cincinnati's Duke Energy Convention Center for the 8th Annual V-Twin Expo by Easyriders.
Do you think the old guy in the background is really checking out what wares they were peddling at this booth?
Somebody forget to tell this guy that the Raiders aren't in the Super Bowl.
The JR7 by Jolly Roger Customs was not only visually intriguing but has a monster 196 cubic inch engine.
First Hollywood, now Cincinnati. Seems like everywhere we go, we're bumping into American Thunder's producer Jay Barbieri.
We're barely into 2008 and manufacturers are already breaking out the '09s. Here's Big Dog Motorcycles 2009 Wolf.
Big Dog's 2009 Wolf utilizes the 121 ci S&S X-Wedge engine.
Pretty girls like this always get guys to stop at their booth regardless of what the vendor is selling.
Whatever you're selling, this guy will take two.
Arlen Ness, always the class act, shook lots of hands and graciously mingled with fans.
Arizona's Swift Motorcycles bobber with a realistic portrait of a muy bonita Mexican maiden.
The tank on this bobber by Sucker Punch Sallys depicted the eternal battle of good vs. evil.
There was always a crowd at booths with a poster girl.
Saxon Motorcycles has used collaborations with LA Choprods Gard Hollinger to help catapult it into the mainstream.
It never fails. I was trying to shoot a pic of this clean bagger by Fat Baggers Inc. when this dolt came waltzing into my picture.
Saturday started off with the Metzeler Roundtable Discussion, with OCC's Paul Jr. (with microphone) and Eddie Trotta (far right) on the board of panelists.
We've had our eye on Sucker Punch Sallys for a while and are hoping to set up a bike test with them soon.
Baggers and bobbers seem to be the hottest trends in custom building right now. Here's Swift Motorcycles admirable effort.
Though it wasn't a custom builders show, this effort by Ballistic Motorcycles would have been in the running for Best of Show.
A close up of the custom paint job on the sinister-looking Ballistic bike.
We liked this bike so much, we shot both sides of the bike for you to check out.
It wouldn't be a good trade show without a booth loaded with cool patches for your best biker jacket.
Billet wheels were in abundance at the 2008 V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati.
Angelle Sampey was on hand to sign autographs and to share her experiences as an accomplished NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle champion.
Big Bear Choppers' talented leader, Kevin Alsop, was on hand with his X-Wedge powered GTX Bagger.
This cutie was handing out pamphlets for Russell Mitchell's Excile Motorcycles.
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