As the Progressive International Motorcycle Show tour kicks into full gear, they move on from a great weekend in Dallas, Texas, to Atlanta, Georgia for the next stop on the calendar. Running from Friday, November 15th, to Sunday, November 17th at the Cobb Galleria Center, the show promises to be even more entertaining this year as the Progressive International Motorcycle Show is back with more vendors and exhibits than last year.
The decision of where to start once entering the show can be daunting—you will be greeted by a myriad of different options that could pique your viewing curiosity and pull you in a number of directions! Do you take the kids to the Strider Adventure Zone, where they can get first hand riding experience on specially designed bikes? Or do you go to check out the numerous aftermarket vendors who will likely have that certain something that can enhance your riding experience or your bike’s performance? What about the JP Ultimate Bike Builder Contest? Always fun to watch… there are just all sorts of options suited for anyone’s tastes.
Never out done, Progressive International Motorcycle has again lured the top motorcycle manufacturers from around the globe, and all will be on hand to proudly display the New Year’s models. Company representatives will be there to help with any questions you may have.
For the ladies, many options are available to get the gear you want. With so many women now riding, the vendors and manufacturers have taken notice and stepped up their game—not only can you look good, you can ensure that your individual riding style is reflected when you ride..
If a more edgy riding style is your thing, you’ll definitely want to go see the folks from XDL Street Jam, as they will be performing their insane trickery and riding style throughout the weekend, on Friday at 5 and 7pm, Saturday 11am, 1, 3 and 6pm and Sunday 11am, 1 and 3pm.
There is just so much to see and do—Triumph and Suzuki are giving away bikes, the School of Rock will be playing onstage, vintage bike displays on hand and the Allstate Rider Protection Project is back for another year. The Atlanta Progressive International Motorcycle Shows is even offering free gear check so you don’t have to haul your helmet and other gear around while you are enjoying all that the show offers.
Celebrities and well know industry names are always part of the fun too. Those scheduled to attend the Atlanta show include: Scott Russell, AMA World Champion who will be holding sessions Friday at 6pm, Saturday at 12, 2:30 and 5:30pm, and Sunday at noon. And Brian Stokes, also an AMA Pro Racer, and DiSalvo Speed academy lead instructor will give advanced riding technique seminars on Friday at 6:30, Saturday at 12:30 and 4pm and Sunday at 12:30.
Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® and BAM, free breakdown and legal assistance for motorcyclists will be there educating riders about the BAM program. BAM is a Riders Helping Riders® program that helps riders in emergency situations and is available to motorcyclists 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Sign up for BAM and you have 2 chances to win a brand new 2014 Harley-Davidson Softail Motorcycle. Two lucky BAM members will win – stop by the booth for more details.