LA Calendar Show Update. Live Musical Performances by Nylon Pink, Rachel McGoye, Marina V

The 2012 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show continues its now 21-year tradition on Sunday July 22nd 10am-6pm as the premier outdoor street bike event in America with the Calendar Bike Building Championship & Concourse d’ Elegance featuring top Celebrity Builders, World Bike Premiers, live Calendar Girl Music and the 2013 Calendar premier with the Calendar Kittens.

Calendar Girl Music live performances this year features the sexy all-Japanese girl rock band Nylon Pink, six beautiful and highly talent Kittens. Singer songwriters Rachel McGoye and Marina V (premiering her new CD album ‘INNER SUPERHERO’) will be changing it up between Nylon Pink’s sets for exciting musical entertainment all afternoon long on the tree shaded grass lawn during the Calendar Motorcycle Show.

The Calendar Show is broadening its focus to include the growing Collector Bike Market with Exhibitors and Bike Show classes for classic European, British and Japanese motorcycles, along with the popular American V-Twins and Customs. Shinya Kimura / Chabott Engineering,Jim Giuffra & Spokesmodels / AFT Customs, Russell Mitchell / Exile Cycles, Todd Silicato / Todd’s Cycle, Richard Pollock / Mule Motorcycles, Chris Redpath / MotoGPwerks, and Michael Schacht’s with the reborn 1937 Crocker Motorcycle.

The Show moves to an exciting new location on the tree shaded lawn of the Calabasas Inn alongside the Santa Mountains. Attendance capacity at the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show’s new Calabasas Inn park location is limited, so purchasing advance online Spectator, Bike Contest, and Vendor Tickets is recommended. Spectator Admission is $20, or $30 with Lunch, and includes Free Parking. The 2012 Calendar Motorcycle Show takes place at the Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento, Calabasas, CA 91302, near the famed Sagebrush Cantina at the Valley Circle Exit off Hwy 101 at the west end of the San Fernando Valley. For additional information and to purchase Advance Tickets go to Fast Dates 

7 Responses to “LA Calendar Show Update. Live Musical Performances by Nylon Pink, Rachel McGoye, Marina V”

  1. 1 AFT Customs Jul 19th, 2012 at 10:55 am

    The venue sounds like a great place to put on a show. We look forward to this event every year. Jim is evolving & keeping the show alive in hard times when a lot of promoters have failed. Come out & support the show so we don’t lose another great show!

  2. 2 Rebecca Jul 19th, 2012 at 11:37 am

    Looking forward to the new venue! I’ll be there with bells on talking all about Las Vegas BikeFest…what’s new and exciting for 2012!

  3. 3 Harley 48 Jul 19th, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    This is one of the best show around. I can’t wait … it’s in two days….. yea!

  4. 4 TONY Jul 23rd, 2012 at 7:33 am


  5. 5 Eddy Jul 24th, 2012 at 1:17 pm

    This bike show was so bad, I dont know where to start. Plus Jim the promoter blasted other events and promoted his the premiere event and being completely out of touch.
    Burger girls ran out of burgers, with no attendance.
    They had a cupcake truck, r u kidding? at a bike event.
    Nylon Pink band was really not fitting, more like for teeny bobbers.
    The other two groups belonged in a Seattle coffee house, umplugged acoustic and the other was singing in Russian, people were falling asleep literally. again at a bike event.
    They stopped the dynos, because they said the residents might complain.
    Had at a country club community.
    i only seen 2 calender girls and one was a cutter, and they didnt make their rounds.
    I spoke to vendors, competitors, some vendors were comped just to bring out.
    Nobody bought anything.
    There was no press, magazines as promised.
    No photo shoot with the calender girls as promised for the next day.
    You already knew who won the bike show because before the announcement they did a shoot with 2 girls and the AFT girls.
    1 vendor who was next to the main stage one best pro builder and best bar hopper, how does one bike win in two different catagories? also pro builder was final decision by promoter.
    The best of show got picked by the promoter. which was the same bike who got best of show pick by Aft customs. The bike won 2 best of shows?
    One judge for the whole show.
    a triumph one a award but they called it a sportster.
    Beer $5.00 for a 6oz cup, so many people complained they had to change cups, people were protesting outside because the admission price for a flop, stopping the dynos, and some non 1% bike clubs could not be admitted.
    In closing this show is so out of touch it really needs to hang it up. I feel sorry for all the people who traveled to this.
    people dont waste your money, your local bike night or local bike show would be better than this.

  6. 6 fran del santo Jul 24th, 2012 at 10:19 pm

    i had a great time i was one of those who said don’t do it don’t do it
    i don’t have a patch so to speak nor do i belong to a club but i ride with many and if you say no i’ll be in your face this is about rights and freedom
    we ride bikes because of who we are .. that is what makes us special people weather we ride in a group or loners we ride by choice not just to a bar and home… i ride 90 pluse % of time on a bike i have also found out i don’t drive the van to good either .. i guess if i drove it more i would be better no i like my bike

  7. 7 Tony King Jul 25th, 2012 at 11:47 pm

    I thought the Long Beach shows were the worst the last two years, I was wrong. Thats my last time, just thought i’d give it one more try

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