Easyriders 2010-2011 Custom Bike Show Tour. New Formula.

The baddest Bike Show Tour around the country debuting this Saturday October 23rd (10 am 8pm) in Greenville, SC has a new formula, adding more entertainment to the traditional custom motorcycle competition. The objective is of course to increase traffic and to make each show a must visit family event.

First, a children’s area complete with fun games, activities and even an arcade to keep the kids having a good time. Surprises include autograph sessions and meet and greets with popular Disney and Nickelodeon stars. Second, a special area for the ladies which will include free give always, complimentary gift bags, instructional information for first time riders and more. Third, the Limpnickie Lot (next generation of Custom Builders) will be featured in the Easyriders Tour with  many of the members showcasing on stage their new creations.

Fourth, this year Easyriders is giving fans an opportunity to meet two Rock & Roll legends – Vince Neil and Billy Gibbons. Neil is best known as the lead singer of the metal band Motley Crue and the bearded wonder known as Billy Gibbbons has been rockin’ crowds since the invention of the electric guitar. Granted, the two won’t be performing, but they’ll still be at a couple of shows to sign autographs and to take pictures with fans. Neil will be at the first Easyriders Bike Show of the year in Greenville, South Carolina this Saturday, October 23. Gibbons is scheduled to be at two events, the first in Louisville, Kentucky on November 13 and the second in Atlanta, Georgia on November 20.

Don’t miss these upcoming dates: Greenville, SC – October 23, 2010. Carolina First Center. Louisville, KY – November 13, 2010. Kentucky International Convention Center. Atlanta, GA – November 20, 2010. Georgia World Congress Center. Los Angeles, CA -January 8, 2011. Los Angeles Convention Center. Sacramento, CA – January 15 & 16, 2011 Sacramento Convention Center. Charlotte, NC – January 22 & 23, 2011. Charlotte Convention Center. Knoxville, TN – February 5, 2011. Knoxville Convention Center. Columbus, OH – Invitational – February 11-13, 2011. Greater Columbus Convention Center. More info at Easyriders Events. (Custom bike by Wild Card Customs)

9 Responses to “Easyriders 2010-2011 Custom Bike Show Tour. New Formula.”

  1. 1 A 1 CYCLES Oct 21st, 2010 at 4:42 pm


  2. 2 nicker Oct 21st, 2010 at 11:36 pm

    Hay Easy Rider….

    Do any of you guys remember Paladin…..(Paladin’s Sketch Book)…?

    “No body is born a Biker” -Paladin-

    Paladin was an anachronism. A real living examples of those who
    “Eat, Breath, Live and Love Motorcycles.”
    But he was more than that, he was the Don Quixote of the 1960’s
    Rocker era, tilting at the windmills of contemporary Japanese-centric motorcycle

    Last time is saw Paladin he was riding “alloy-Bike.” A collection of Galivan donated parts
    that he used to assemble his version of a Triumph-engined Norton framed hot rod.
    And a Triton it was, a custom bike in the best tradition of the English Rockers.

    No mater how ya felt about Paladin, he was a committed biker in the original meaning of
    that term. With malice to none, he lived life on his own terms, something not many can claim in this day and age.
    Paladin was an original. And he is missed.

    Check him out.


  3. 3 JAXON WCC Oct 22nd, 2010 at 12:14 am

    Thanks Mike ;-P

    Shout out to John and the crew at Easyriders ! You guys ROCK !

  4. 4 bigitch Oct 22nd, 2010 at 2:07 am

    let’s count them
    one, two
    2 shows on the west coast… nothing in the middle of the country. nothing in the desert. nothing in cowpuke country
    just 2 shows west of the mississippi….
    sad real sad. must hate the west because of the bronson tv show.

  5. 5 T Oct 22nd, 2010 at 8:22 pm

    Remember when you went to a Bike show to get away from the family, and the kids.
    Spend some quality time with your friends…………………

  6. 6 Jim Gianatsis / FastDates.com Oct 25th, 2010 at 8:12 pm

    I’m glad to see Easyriders trying to do something new in this difficult economy, with attendance at bike events down, and mostbuilders, custom bike and product companies out of business, or not attending events. Don’t know if it wil be enough to increase attendance.

    I’m very surprised to see the Los Angeles venue moved from the more affordable Pamona Fairgrounds to the very upscale and expensive Los Angeles Convention Center. Maybe its just outside in one of the auxillary halls? All the venues on the schedule are similar very expensive locations.

  7. 7 XXLBIKER Nov 3rd, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    It will be very interesting to see how the kid section at the show turns out. Carl Casper does a show in Louisville once a year and they gear a lot of the show towards kids. Can’t say I’ve been to a Carl Casper show in years because it became a little too mainstream. I agree with T’s comment as well. More power to the folks trying to make money off the gig but there comes a point where you draw a line for the sake of the actual event.

    These are odd times for everyone so hopefully the turn out will be a win/win for everyone at the show.

    We will be at the one in Louisville!
    The Easyrider show has always been somewhat of a family reunion for a lot of riders in Louisville because folks around here seem to hibernate during the winter months.

  8. 8 Dave Blevins Nov 16th, 2010 at 1:14 pm

    We just attended (and competed with 2 entries) the Easyriders Bike Show in Louisville, Kentucky this past weekend. I was very pleased at the number of folks who attended, and the best quality and quantity of bikes I have seen in years! Many old Indians, Hendersons, & early Harleys, vintage was king this year for sure. The band was better than the past few years and the crowd was great as well. Had a blast and even won a trophy… doesn’t get any better.
    Thanks John and crew at Easyriders for keeping things going in these lean times.

  9. 9 Nazi Choppers Oct 10th, 2011 at 1:04 am

    had a ball. back next year.

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