20th Anniversary Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Girl Music Festival

It will happen July 16th, 2011  at the Long Beach Queens Mary, but in a new location and with lower admission prices.  as the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show celebrates its 20th Anniversary! The Calendar Show moves from the Queen Mary Event Park of the past years to dockside next to the historic Queen Mary ocean liner on Saturday in the exciting Seawalk Village which replicates an old British seaside town for a step back in history. New Lower $20 spectator admission includes the Calendar Motorcycle Show with its Calendar Bike Building Championship, celebrity Bike Builders, leading Manufacturers, Vendors, the Calendar Girl Music Festival and all-day admission to the famed Queen Mary Ghost Ship with the Saturday Night Builder’s Party in the Queen’s Observation Bar. Included with admission is the Calendar Girl Music Festival with beautiful girl bands and singer songwriters. Exhibitor display and Vendor prices have also been reduced to help industry partners in the current economy.

The Show features many of the world’s top Pro and Amateur custom street bike builders in attendance with their newest 2-wheeled creations of rolling art to compete in the Calendar Show Bike Building Championship with a bulging purse of cash and awards including the coveted Best of Show Trophy.  This year AFT Customs and Jim Nasi will premier their new custom motorcycles. The Calendar Bike Building Championship will follow the AMD World Championship Classes with the premier Pro Builder Freestyle Class Class sponsored by Iron Works magazine and 4 other classes for American V-Twin Customs, Vintage Bikes, and Metric Sportbikes / Cruiser

Exciting 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 2012 FastDates.com Motorcycle PinUp Calendars with the beautiful Calendar Kittens. For additional LA Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Girl Music Festival, Calendar Bike Building Championship and Edelweiss Ducati Tour information and Exhibitor Registration visit LA Calendar Show.

15 Responses to “20th Anniversary Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Girl Music Festival”

  1. 1 Sid Apr 7th, 2011 at 8:51 am

    …let’s wait and enjoy it!….picture below the title is very exciting and attracting)

  2. 2 jatinder pal Apr 8th, 2011 at 12:19 am


  3. 3 CMA888 Apr 8th, 2011 at 12:24 am

    Would any one know, what company makes the front fender of this gorgeous bagger

  4. 4 williewackit Apr 8th, 2011 at 7:13 am

    It could be from elite metal designs or fat katz one of the two they work close together

  5. 5 Mark Apr 8th, 2011 at 10:40 am

    This is going to be a great show! Cyril, Jim of AFT asked me to send you the press release for one of the bikes he is going to be unveiling (and some sneaked pictures). I will send them over to you on Monday. Jim said you talked to him at the CCI show.


  6. 6 jimmy b Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    the bike in the top pic is from Jim Nasi Customs

  7. 7 Conrad Nicklus Apr 8th, 2011 at 8:51 pm

    Thats Nasis new bagger right?!?! I have been watching updates on him doing the metal work on FB… that is a badddddasssss bagger!

  8. 8 Fredp Apr 9th, 2011 at 11:01 am

    I believe this bike was at his booth at Arizona Bike Week, (painted of course). The metal front fairing looks like the same design I saw.

  9. 9 nicker Apr 10th, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    Doesn’t matter whether ya like a design or not, there is something way-cool about raw hand hammered sheet metal …!!!


  10. 10 Aaron Glenn Apr 11th, 2011 at 9:05 am

    Nice to see the metal craftsmanship, most baggers these days look like two wheel’d versions of a euro’d out Honda civic. Nice work!

  11. 11 GRIP ACE - HIDDEN DIGITAL SWITCH CONTROLS Apr 11th, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Nice bike and a great show. Don’t miss it.

  12. 12 Jim Gianatsis / FastDates.com Apr 11th, 2011 at 12:46 pm

    Cyril, Thanks for running the Press Release on the 2011 LA Calendar Bike Show July 16th.

    Any Builders, Product Companies and Exhibitors who are interested in joining us – I am happy to work with you to make it happen.
    In the current economic times we all need to work together to keep the sport going and I want everyone to come join us and have an exciting, entertaining a profitable day as the LA Calendar Show celebrates its 20th anniversary. Contact me direct at Contact@FastDatescom – Thanks! Jim Gianatsis

    Additional info on some of the great Builders attending this year:

    20th Anniversary Celebration! A New Location, a New Show Day, and Lower Admission Prices as the
    2011 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show & Calendar Gir Music Festival, Saturday July 16th 2011 the Queen Mary Seawalk Village, Long Beach

    Celebrity Builders AFT Customs, Jim Nasi Bike Premiers for 2011 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show July 16th

    Los Angeles, CA, April 2nd, 2011 – The 20th annual Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, America’s premier custom, cruiser, performance streetbike event returns to the Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA on Saturday July 16, 2011. The Show features many of the world’s top Pro and Amateur custom street bike builders in attendance with their newest 2-wheeled creations of rolling art to compete in the Calendar Show Bike Building Championship for cash and awards including the coveted Best of Show Trophy. Making a return to this year’s Show are two legendary custom bike builders which have been featured in the popular FastDates.com Iron & Lace Custom Motorcycle PinUp Calendars over the past 20 years.

    Builder Jim Giuffra and the AFT Customs Motorsports Models return to this year’s Calendar Show on a 4-year winning streak which has already seen them take home a Best of Show and three 1st Place Metric Custom titles. All of the custom bikes emerging from AFT Customs shop in Jackson, CA, are the creation of shop owner Jim Guiffra, but are hand craft from the ground-up by the beautiful motorsports savvy trade show models represented by the AFT Modeling Agency. In fact two of the girls, Cyndi and Kristen, recently returned from Miller Electric Welding’s corporate headquarters in Wisconsin where they received their TIG Welding Certifications. All of the Agency’s girls are fully versed in motorcycle tuning, repair,and custom bike fabrication, making them the perfect spokes models for motorsports manufacturers at trade shows and consumer events.

    Legendary custom bike builder Jim Nasi out of Phoenix, AZ, makes his long anticipated return to the the West Coast and the Calendar Show this year. Jim will be premiering an all-new radical Custom Bagger that is so cutting edge – like all his show bikes, it has already been scheduled for a coveted Iron & Lace Calendar shoot even before being completed.

    AFT Customs will be premiering two new customs at this year’s Calendar Show. “‘Senthoh’ is based on a 1975 Honda CB750 SOHC, my first streetbike in high school and the first bike I ever customized, ” explains Giuffra. “The name in Japanese means ‘beginning’ both for me as a builder back then, and for the AFT girls today. I’m keeping the bike’s specification quiet for now, but I will tell you it is a cafe racer.”

    “Our second bike premiering is named ‘Azumati’ – its a VT750 Bobber/Street tracker being built on commission for the Jackson Rancheria Indian Casino. Asumati is a Miwuk Indian word meaning grizzly bear, the monarch of the forest. In Miwuk stories the bear is a symbol of great strength and courage. This bike will be just as fierce with a Yamaha R1 front end, Race Tech Piggyback Rear Shocks, a hidden radiator, CR450 front hub and brake.”

    The AFT Customs bikes are sponsored by suppliers: Miller Welding, Race Tech, Works Connection, Avon Tyre, Bell /Easton, Dyna Tech, Joker Machine, Grip Ace, Beringer Brakes, JE Piston, Web Cams, Clear Water Lights, Moto Master, Shorai Batteries, Leo Vince, Joker Machine.

  13. 13 Mac Jun 28th, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Too bad no club members are welcomed and loud pipes will be ticketed

  14. 14 bullseye Jul 18th, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    WOW what a rip off and a joke! there was like 15 vendors there, great builders?? there was like 3 builders there, haha! there was one calendar girl there walking around!!?? ….. 20.00 to get in and I stayed one hour and parking cost me 14.50 ….. …. I was asked three times going to my car how the show was, I was honest and said dont waste your money. ….. there was cooler cars and trucks and bikes in the parking lot, hahaha

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