International Motorcycle Shows


Located in Oakland County, Michigan, the city of Novi is conveniently located between Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is precisely this central location that makes Novi, Michigan, an excellent choice to host this year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Show. That’s right—the largest motorcycle show in America is now heading to Novi. After first stopping in San Mateo, Dallas, Long Beach, and Seattle, the famed motorcycle show will grace the Great Lake’s State at the start of the New Year!
From January 6, 2012 through January 8, 2012, the Suburban Collection Showplace on Grand River Avenue in Novi will be home to a wide variety of motorcycle displays, demonstrations, amazing exhibits, and more! Visitors who choose to attend this year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Show will be treated to an Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show with $90,000 in prize money and over $20 million worth of amazing motorcycle machinery. This is considered the largest traveling custom bike competition in the world!
This year’s attendants will also be treated to an amazing aerial stunt show by the amazing Smage Brothers. With jaw dropping leaps and eye-popping stunts, your whole family is sure to have a blast at this year’s show.
If you are in the market for a new motorcycle, then this is the place to start. Take a stroll through the Kawasaki Design-A-Bike exhibit and design your very own customized Kawasaki bike, or step into the Dream Pavilion and let your imagination run wild. You’ll get a chance to see the rarest bikes ever built and a collection of unique motorcycles unlike any others in the world.
Women riders in Michigan should be sure to stop by this year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Show and connect with other women riders and women’s riding groups. After all, developing a community of riders is one of the most important aspects of riding.
In 2012, why not treat yourself and the whole family to a day at the International Motorcycle Show in Novi, Michigan. Children under the age of 6 are free every day of the show, and children under the ages of 11 are free on Sundays. Adult admission is just $15 and Children ages 6-11 are just $6.
No matter where you choose to ride in the New Year in Michigan if you are in a motorcycle accident you’ll need a Michigan motorcycle attorney on your side. At Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®, we understand the complexities surrounding motorcycle accidents and fight aggressively for all our clients—After all, we are motorcyclists too! Call us today for a Free Consultation at 1-800-4-BIKERS. We are Nationwide covering this great country from California to Texas, Florida to Washington, New York, Pennsylvania and OHIO.  Wherever you ride we have got YOU covered!