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Progressive International Motorcycle Show Kicks Off

WRN readers get ticket discount

11/15/2011


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The Progressive International Motorcycle Show is kicking off its multi-city tour this weekend in San Mateo, Calif., with 11 other major cities across the US to follow from November through March—and WRN readers can get a discount off the online admission ticket price. The Progressive International Motorcycle Show is the largest motorcycle series in the nation, offering a place to find all the latest gear and accessories, new motorcycle models, hot customs, demo rides (California shows only) and more under one roof.     
        
Women riders in the San Mateo area won’t want to miss a discussion and book signing with adventure riders Liz Jansen and Carla King on Saturday, Nov. 19.  Liz, an author and motorcycle tour guide, will be at the show promoting her new book, “Women, Motorcycles, and the Road to Empowerment: Fifty Inspiring Stories of Adventure and Self-Discovery.” Motorcycle writer and adventurer Carla King will join Liz on the Learning Curve stage at 1 p.m. to talk about the book and how motorcycling has helped them deal with success, failure, resistance to change, and overcoming stereotypes and physical requirements. Powersports industry enthusiast Sarah Schilke will join the discussion as well. If you can’t be there, check out Carla’s tweets from the show on Saturday.     

Liz Jansen will be available for book signings at Booth 463 during the San Mateo show. You can save 10 percent on Liz's book, “Women, Motorcycles, and the Road to Empowerment: Fifty Inspiring Stories of Adventure and Self-Discovery," by bringing along a photo of you and your bike.
Liz Jansen will be available for book signings at Booth 463 during the San Mateo show. You can save 10 percent on Liz's book, “Women, Motorcycles, and the Road to Empowerment: Fifty Inspiring Stories of Adventure and Self-Discovery," by bringing along a photo of you and your bike.

The show will also feature Kawasaki's Design-A-Bike, a state-of-the-art interactive digital wall display allowing motorcycle enthusiasts to design their own custom exterior paint and graphics package on select Kawasaki motorcycles (click here to see a video of this cool program in action). Other highlights include the Dream Pavilion, a display of some of the world’s most luxurious and exotic motorcycles; the Marketplace, a top-of-the-line showcase for aftermarket parts and accessories; the Learning Curve, featuring more than two dozen free seminars, including talks just for women; plus test rides and much more.   

Show attendees get the chance to sit on the bikes and try them on for size.
Show attendees get the chance to sit on the bikes and try them on for size.

Harley-Davidson will set up its Fit Shop that allows attendees to sit on a Harley and try out different seats and handlebars to get the right fit.
Harley-Davidson will set up its Fit Shop that allows attendees to sit on a Harley and try out different seats and handlebars to get the right fit.

Progressive International Motorcycle Shows 2011-2012 Schedule
November 18-20, 2011: San Mateo, California
December 2-4, 2011: Dallas, Texas
December 9-11, 2011: Long Beach, California
December 16-18, 2011: Seattle, Washington
January 6-8, 2012: Novi, Michigan,
January 13-15, 2012: Washington, DC
January 20-22, 2012: New York, New York
January 27-29, 2012: Cleveland, Ohio
February 3-5, 2012: Minneapolis, Minnesota
February 10-12, 2012: Chicago, Illinois   
February 24-26, 2012: Charlotte, North Carolina
March 14-17, 2012: Daytona Beach, Florida           

All of the major manufacturers are represented at the International Motorcycle Shows, so bring a non-riding friend and expose her to the joys of riding.
All of the major manufacturers are represented at the International Motorcycle Shows, so bring a non-riding friend and expose her to the joys of riding.


Bring the kids! The International Motorcycle Shows are fun for the whole family.

WRN readers can get $3 off the $15 online general admission price by going to MotorcycleShows.com and putting in promo code WRN when asked for it. That link will also provide additional information on the schedule and events at all the shows in the 2011/2012 tour.       

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Reader Comments


We are excited that the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows are kicking off for another year. Missing Link is looking forward to exhibiting at the Daytona Beach show in March. If you are at that show, take a minute to look us up, stop by and let us know you are a WRN subscriber for a 10% discount!

Sharon Boatright
Bailey, CO
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Editor Response
Thanks for offering that discount to WRN readers, Sharon.
Genevieve Schmitt


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