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There will be many gorgeous motorcycles at the IMS show in Long Beach, CA

Weekend warriors, newbies, and veteran riders start your engines! The International Motorcycle Show will be hitting Long Beach, California just in time for Christmas. This year’s tour stops in Long Beach, California at the Long Beach Convention Center from Friday, December 9th thru Sunday, December 11th, and participants of all ages are guaranteed to have a blast. From stunt shows to custom bike competitions, this year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Show is definitely one-of-a-kind. A 3 day pass with in and out privileges cost just $30, and kids under 5 are FREE! If purchased in advance, a one day pass is just $13 with children under 12 getting in for just $6!
This year’s line-up of events includes:

  • Kawasaki Design a Bike
  • Ultimate Custom Builder Bike Show
  • Dream Pavilion
  • The Learning Curve
  • Demo Rides
  • A Just for Women Section
  • A Century of Motorcycling Tour
  • Marketplace
  • Smage Bros Stunt Show
  • Rider Connection
  • Swag Wagon
  • And more!

While all the events are sure to be fun, participants at this year’s International Motorcycle Show will definitely want to check out the Learning Curve. This interactive stage is perfect for both new and experienced riders. Industry experts give captivating presentations on everything from motorcycle adventure riding to motorcycle maintenance. There are even seminars for women riders and newbie riders!
Demo Rides!
If you bring your own motorcycle gear and own a motorcycle operator’s license, you can test ride the hottest new bikes from the industry’s most well-known motorcycle manufacturers. Find your next dream bike or Christmas wish list while having a bit of fun test riding some of the best bikes in the country.
Anyone who is planning to attend this year’s International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach should drive carefully to the festivities. There is usually increased traffic going to and from major motorcycle events, so all California motorcyclists should use a bit more caution when navigating through traffic in Long Beach. Hopefully the heavy rain Southern California has been having will not be around for the show. It would be great to be able to ride there on our motorcycles.
If you are injured or involved in a California motorcycling accident, be sure you have someone on your side who understands motorcyclists and the intricacies surrounding motorcycle accidents in California. At Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®, we understand motorcyclists because we ARE motorcyclists. Call us today at 1-800-4-BIKERS. WE RIDE—WE CARE—WE WIN!
Russ Brown, Chuck Koro and Jim Romag (James) have been fighting for California bikers for many years. You can catch them most weekends at the Rock Store in the Los Angeles area, Cooks Corners in Orange County and at Alice’s Restaurant in the Bay Area.
Ride Safe and see you at the show!