Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show 19th Edition

lacalendarshowCalendar Show producer and photographer Jim Gianatsis announces that the 19th edition of of his Custom, Sportbike, Performace, Music annual event will return at the beautiful Queen Mary Event Park of Long Beach the weekend of July 17/18th.

As usual, thousands of motorcycle fans will find in attendance top name American/Metric/Top Pro Custom Builders, some major motorcycle and parts manufacturers, apparel vendors.

The highlight of the event is of course the Show Bike Building Championship with a bulging purse of $86,000 in cash and awards including the coveted Best of Show Trophy. There will be 11 Calendar Bike Building Championship Classes including the premier Pro Builder Class sponsored by Iron Works magazine and also 10 other classes for American V-Twin Customs, Vintage Bikes, as well as Metric Sport Bkes and Cruisers.

Other activities during the weekend include the Calendar Motorcycle Show World Championship Horsepower Dyno Shoot Out, Calendar Bike Building Seminars, the Calendar Girl Model Search Pageant, and the world premier of the new 2011 FastDates Motorcycle PinUp Calendars with the beautiful Calendar Kittens including Show hostess, Playboy Playmate Heather Rae Young. Included with admission is the Calendar Girl Music Festival with beautiful girl performers including recording artist Sara Haze and her band, the AC/DC Tribute rock band Whole Lotta Rosies, singer songwriters Katie Cole and Elizabeth Nicole, and the world renown Purrfect Angelz song and dance show. Info about about show schedules, hotels and parking information at Fast Dates (photo: 2009 Best of Show winner Kenji Nagai /Ken’s Factory Japan with “One Eyed King”)

3 Responses to “Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show 19th Edition”

  1. 1 lenny Apr 23rd, 2010 at 10:17 am

    great show well worth going to at a great location

  2. 2 aft customs Apr 24th, 2010 at 11:44 am

    We love this show.It’s like a mini vacatoun .Long beach has a fun night life & shopping for the girls.We really appreciate the fact that Jim Gianatsis has been able to keep the show going in this economy.He always has good bands playing all day as well.

  3. 3 Kustom Kolors Apr 26th, 2010 at 5:54 pm

    Last years show left me looking for more….There was no body there! Attendance was a farce! The vendors took it in the shorts big time! Especially those of us who had to travel 400 plus miles to get there! We will be bypassing this one until the economy picks up!

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