Friday, December 30, 2011

Motorcycle Show 2012 and Port Dover Friday the 13th

Well, excuse the falling snow and freezing rain and the forecast which surely calls for more of the same because your ride is calling out for you at next weekends North American International Motorcycle Supershow 2012. Rev up your choppers for the January 6, 7 and 8 at the International Centre for the 'Big ShowOne'. Following closely on the heels of the show will be the Friday the 13th motorcycle pilgramage to Canada's holy roller of two wheeled destinations - Port Dover.
Mandy Monroe will return in 2012
The giant show will be held in 5 halls in the centre by the airport will be full of chopper and custom bikes, Motorcycle MAX Awards, racing performance, touring, cruiser, vintage and classic, new and used bikes for sale and an industry showcase. The MC Supershow will also have showbike competitions from the US and Canada with $50,000 cash and awards. See last years show photos here.

The Adult entrance is $18 and you can find a $3 off coupon for Friday or Saturday Evening (5pm-10pm) at the link. Hours are Friday from 10am to 10pm on Friday and Saturday, 10am to 6pm on Sunday.
Now at least the motorcycle show is indoors, the Port Dover run must pose some difficulties for bikers as Friday the 13 approaches quickly along with the depth of snow on the route. In 2012 there will be three Friday rally events - January 13, April 13 and July 13. I don't know how many will make the winter rally but there will probably be a few less bikes and a lot more clothes for this event as compared to a summer rally. I guess most will leave the bikes at home and come for the party. Photos on this post and also here.

If anyone has any suggestions for camp grounds close to the main events this year please post them to the comments. Happy riding and flashing everyone.

The jackalope helmet girl
Row after row of bikes line the streets
green screen bikini girl

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