Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®: New York City Prepares to Host the International Motorcycle Show
New York New York! Who knew the Big Apple was such a hotbed for motorcycle enthusiasts. Set to host the Progressive International Motorcycle Show from January 18th to 20th 2013, riders from all over the New York area are set to converge on the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in an attempt beat last year’s record setting attendance of 67,772!
Top brand names will be making an appearance, from the likes of Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Triumph, Victory and many others. The show will feature many aspects of the motorcycling world with something that will definitely interest every rider. There will be a pavilion dedicated to electric motorcycles which will showcase a segment of the sport which many feel represents the future of motorcycling. Other features of the show include an area dedicated to female riders, a children’s adventure zone and a massive aftermarket parts and accessories marketplace. There will be a custom bike building show, pit crew challenges, vintage bike pavilions and appearances by racers from the world’s top motorcycling circuits like AMA, MotoGP and Grand Prix. Stop by the Victory Booth and check out the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Arlen Ness Motorcycle and Epiphone Guitar being given away to one lucky contest winner. Winner will be announced in August during the Sturgis Rally.
For the more sporting rider, the show will also boast a large area dedicated to powersports, featuring boats, jet skis, dirt bikes and ATV’s presented by top manufacturers like Honda, Bombardier and Yamaha. Plenty to investigate for any seasoned enthusiast or the newbie to the sport.
Stop by the Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® BAM, free breakdown and legal assistance for motorcyclists booth to see what is going on for 2013 and sign up for BAM. Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® have many exciting events and giveaways set for 2013 so stop by and get the details.
New York City is an incredible destination for hundreds of reasons. From Times Square, the Statue of Liberty to Coney Island and Central Park, there is no shortage of places to go and sites to see. New York also has a diverse arts scene that begins at Broadway and permeates through the city to include numerous comedy clubs, shows and concerts that occur on a nightly basis. Home to some of the biggest sporting franchises along with great museums and fabulous restaurants, there is just oodles of things to see and do in the city of New York.
Tickets start at $18 at the box office, but are $16 when purchased online in an advanced pass. Children under the age of 5 get in free, and children under 11 are admitted at a cost of $8, but are admitted free on Sunday with an adult who has paid general admission.
It’s going to be one heck of a show, so get your tickets, and see you there!
Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®