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2006 Star Days Photo Gallery

All the action caught on camera from 2006 Star Days

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Custom License Plates - Star Days - 2006Custom License Plates - Star Days - 2006
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Custom License Plates - Star Days - 2006
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Custom License Plates - Star Days - 2006
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Custom License Plates - Star Days - 2006
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Custom License Plates - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Sheep Dog Cycles - Star Days - 2006
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Baron Custom Accessories - Star Days - 2006
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Baron Custom Accessories - Star Days - 2006
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Coyote Customs - Star Days - 2006
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Coyote Customs - Star Days - 2006
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Coyote Customs - Star Days - 2006
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Coyote Customs - Star Days - 2006
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Coyote Customs - Star Days - 2006
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Probably the bitchinest passenger seat pad we’ve ever seen, from Coyote Customs.
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Tony from Monterey, California, shows that Star Days is family friendly.
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Yamaha brought its line of Star motorcycles to Star Days for free demo rides.
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The V-Four-powered Royal Stars are well represented at Star Days.
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A flame paint job is a staple on custom bikes.
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This radical chopper from Coyote Customs is based on a Yamaha Road Star.
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If you like ’em long...
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Customizing takes many forms. This Coyote Customs bobber has had its tires modified to include a whitewall and a redline.
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Sitting in front of the Baron Custom Accessories display was this radical Road Star that is the coolest ride at the event.
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The Road Star powerplant can be made as pretty as any Harley.
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Beautiful spoked rims and a clean custom swingarm accentuate the eye-grabbing Road Star.
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The “danger” sign hints at the potential harm from the chain-drive conversion.
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If you need to cut a 2x4, this is the bike to have.
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This Road Star motor is pure jewelry.
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Jockey shifts aren’t just for Harleys and Indians.
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Long and low, clean and mean.
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Another take on a Road Star custom.
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Freedom to ride; freedom to customize.
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The Star Motorcycles Roadliners are joining the custom bike movement.
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Vendor areas attracted a lot of attention from Star Days attendees.
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What’s up, Doc?
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Riders of Star motorcycles are known for putting a lot of miles on their bikes. Yes, that’s a roll-away luggage on back.
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Although centered around Star motorcycles, Star Days welcomes all riders. Included in this shot is a Harley and a Kawi Ninja 650.
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Don’t mistake this chopped Road Star for a trailer queen. Its owner says the “86” represents all the times he’s been kicked out of jobs and associations.
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Just because it’s not built in the USA doesn’t mean a Road Star can’t be patriotic.