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2007 Laughlin River Run Photo Gallery
Laughlin is proving to be a biker's oasis as the area is swimming in a sea of customs and chrome.
Photos of the 2007 Laughlin River Run.
2008 Laughlin River Run Preview
With its unique profile, the Victory Tour was the buzz under the Victory canopy.
I bartered with these cuties from Raging Angels - they gave me a Road Rage Motorcycles magnet and I got to take their picture.
Jack Daniels hasn't been in business as long as it has without being smart, like having this enticing blonde attract bikers by the droves to sample her potent potables.
Big Dog Motorcycles released the hounds on the hordes of visitors at the River Run.
Victory Motorcycles displayed this cut-out engine so interested visitors could see the process that makes the V-Twin go.
When Jake from Victory Motorcycles was asked about the Vision's dry weight, he indulged them by laying the bike on its side to demonstrate that it is possible for one person to pick it up.
Count's Customs out of Las Vegas created the Leather Chopper for the Motley Crue/Aerosmith 'Root of all Evil' tour
Can you name what bill this president is on? 'Money Bags' will cost you a cool $54K.
The Stoney Curtis Band laid down some licks for an enthusiastic crowd in a free concert in front of the Edgewater Hotel & Casino.
This was only one of many parking lots awash in a sea of chrome.
Incorporating the portraits of presidents was a unique theme that gave the bike its name - Money Bags.
Sik N Twisted Psycles out of Vegas shows off a bit of its sinister side.
Marty Baumgartner was a popular attraction, selling popcorn from the back of his converted '68 Electric Start Harley that once was a meter maid bike in Phoenix.
One of the star attractions of the Harley-Davidson Traveling Museum is the Sportster model as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Southern Comfort anyone?
Count's Kustoms built this bike for none other than the Oz-man himself.
We were stoked when we got the chance to talk to L.A. County Choprods Gard Hollinger.
Hollinger recently finished this build for the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel/Casino.
Gard Hollinger seperated his shoulder aboard the Super A.D.D. drag bike he built for the Biker's Build-Off, only to man up later and return to finish the race.
Excile Cycles' Russell Mitchell takes a break from the afternoon heat, using one of his customs as a Lay-Z Boy.
Matt Hotch deserves props for this wickedly-styled lowrider.
Rows of motorcycles lined the driveway to the River Palms Hotel/Casino.
Ses Carney smashes a cinder block with a sledge hammer on the stomach of freakshow partner Wyck who was laying on a bed of broken glass shards.
The Fly Girls helped attract attention to the Santa Clarita Choppers booth.
Strip Club Choppers lived up to its name with real stripper poles and dancers at its booth.
S&S engines and its Project X garnered lots of attention.
The ladies of Hawaiian Tropic had a poster signing session in front of the Colorado Belle.
Dyno Drags allowed bikers to test their reaction time skills as well as their bike's quarter-mile speed and horsepower
The 'King of Customs' Arlen Ness brought a wide selection of high-end bikes.
All those years of beer drinking paid off for Mike Keele, the $250 winner in the Beer Belly Contest.
With the temperature at 105 degrees Saturday, nighttime was definitely the best time to go out.
L.A. County Choprods not only designed the Black Crown for Saxon Motorcycles, Hollinger and Saxon have collaborated again on this model called 'Mad Jack' that is still in the production process.
Bruce Weibelt's chopper won Best of Show at the 2007 Laughlin River Run.
Matt Hotch's 'Vinnie' gets a close inspection.
Bad Boys, Bad Boys - the police were enforcing a 'Zero Tolerancy' policy, including obeying the Nevada state helmet law.
A close look at the custom paint on the tank of the bike that won the Laughlin River Run's 2007 'Best of Show.'
One contestant in the annual River Run Custom Bike Show entered this variation of the Easy Riders' Capt. America bike.
The shiny chrome coming off this 'Ground Pounder' helped Tony Martinez out of Denver, Co. take second prize and a nice $1,000 check.
This bike takes our top honor for 'most unusual' with its one-of-a-kind front end.
With sharp lines like this, watch for Big Bear Choppers to have a break out year.
The 2007 Laughlin River Run Custom Bike Show winner.
These two were a popular pair. Not only are they cute, but they were offering free shots as well.
Women riders were well represented at the 2007 Laughlin River Run.
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