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2004 Bike Week Photo Gallery

You may have expectations and preconceptions about Daytona's grand party, but nothing can prepare you for actually being in among it. Here's our first report from the beach party that makes leather cool. Check out our full report 2004 Daytona Bike Week.

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We have no idea why this guy has a carcass on his bike.
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They come in all shapes and sizes...just look at Haggar here.
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Could we have got this cute pair to have posed on a Japanese sportbike? Perhaps. But with the faces we were given, let's just say it's not a frequent occurrence.
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UmbrellagirlsUSA.com was well represented at Daytona.
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The latest chopper pic.
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Some are not as cool as they had planned.
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Some floss regularly..some do not.
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This gentleman appears to be trying to say something.
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The bike is priceless.
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Even the local IHOP draws some of the sickest bikes in the world!
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Billy Lane builds some of the sickest bikes around.
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What brand does this guy like again?
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Chopper riders are an interesting lot.
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This bike was made for ridin...
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What's sillier than a Harley guy burning off $50 worth of rear tire in a few seconds? Sportbike riders are just as guilty of foolishness.
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Cowgirl
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We were not kidding - it rained hard!
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The Corbin cuties were out until the rain came.
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What you lookin at Willis
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Always fashionable, chaps were quite common.
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Lean and Mean.
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Some bikes are just plain old bad ass.
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Big purple daddy.
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A bevy of beauties.
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Our cover girl was so nice to give us the over the shoulder look.
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Damn back seat drivers
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Riding on back has advantages.
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Another beauty on the back
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Bartenders dress sexy and some like to pose.
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Antler head helmets are safe and they look formidable.
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Shhh...there are girls here too!
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'I've owned seven bikes and not one was a Harley. I have never had a problem with one of them in all these years, so I will never buy a Harley. I have nothing against them, I'm just not gonna buy a Harley. I will never have a problem with this bike. Just like my Honda – eight years old – I never changed a spark plug and never did anything but change the oil once a year, and I never had a problem with it.' - Warren Wiener
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Bike shows are abundant during Bike Week. One of the most popular is Rats Hole Custom.
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While the choices for metric cruiser wheels is not nearly as deep as for the Harley market, more stuff gets introduced each day. Check out these retro wheels from Speed City Cycle that use billet hubs, stainless steel spokes, and come in your choice of a polished, a chromed, or a powder-coated rim. A set will cost about $1300 and are available in diameters from 15 to 18 inches, and up to 8.5 inches wide. The best part is that they are a direct bolt-on for Yamaha Road Stars using the stock axles, bearings and spacers, and they are machined to accept H-D rotors and pulleys to exploit the huge aftermarket.
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Knucklebuster built by Speed City Cycle - Best Chopper & Best in Show Winner - Roadbike Metric Bike Show.
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Willie G. Davidson, Vice President and Chief Styling Officer, and Bill Davidson, Director of Marketing, Motorcycle Product Development, presented Penny Ezell of Honeoye Falls, N.Y., with Ride-In Show awards at the Harley-Davidson Ride-in Show during Daytona Bike Week.
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Baron Custom Accessories was one of the first aftermarket builder to specialize in metric cruisers.
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The Vino - Bike Week 2004
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