Mar 25, 2002
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From a press release:<BR><BR>Hot Bike presents the White Brothers <BR>Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show <BR><BR>2-Day Weekend Streetbike Extravaganza set for <BR>July 20 -21st at the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach <BR><BR>Last year's expansion from one to two-days of the Hot Bike magazine sponsored White Brothers Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show at the Queen Mary Event Park, Long Beach, CA, was a huge success featuring 130 major manufacturers, race teams and leading custom bike builders from across America, together with a huge 30% increase in spectator attendance from the previous year. Sponsored by Hot Bike, White Brothers, Performance Machine, Bikernet.com and The Recycler/Cycle Buys, and featured on the Speed Channel's American Thunder, The LA Calendar Motorcycle Show has continued to grow every year to become the biggest and most popular streetbike show in America catering to the custom, cruiser and sportbike markets. Always the 3rd weekend of July, the 11th Annual Show is scheduled for Saturday July 20th and Sunday July 21st, 2002. <BR><BR>The Show features all-weekend entertainment with live music by two incredible bands -Powder and Soto, the most competitive bike contest on the West Coast with it's prestigious Hot Bike magazine Best of Show Trophy, and a Bikernet.com Party on Saturday night aboard the Queen Mary with a huge fireworks display. Other activities include The White Brothers West Coast Horsepower Dyno Shootout, a FastDates.com Calendar Girl Pageant, and of course the premier of the 2003 FastDates.com Calendars with the beautiful calendar models in attendance. Together with over 125 major Motorcycle and related Product Manufacturers, Distributors and select Retail Venders involved in the streetbike market. Event hosts include the legendary Keith Ball, a.k.a. Bandit, and the lovely Brenda Fox. <BR><BR>"Our change to the 2-day format last year was a necessity and a huge success as the Calendar Bike Show continues to grow every year," explained event producer Jim Gianatsis of Gianatsis Design, a motorsports advertising design agency which also produces the popular FastDates.com Motorcycle Pinup Calendars. "Motorcycle enthusiasts love our show because of its quality and excitement, all the top custom and race bikes, beautiful models, and the fact it has been the only outdoor bike event in Los Angeles county, now located on the ocean's edge at the beautiful Queen Mary Park." <BR><BR>The expanded 2-day Show not only gives fans more time to enjoy it, but it provides real value. When most admission prices at sporting events, race tracks and outdoor amusement parks cost $40 - $50 per day, our Bike Show's low one-day admission price is just $15 ($20 for both days) and includes free admission to the Queen Mary (a $15 admission to normal tourists). <BR><BR>With all the additional attractions that Long Beach has to offers including the ferry boat to Catalina Island with a day's activities there, the Aquarium, the downtown restaurants and clubs, plus what greater Los Angeles has to offer, the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show is a must do attraction for across-the-country visitors and it will continue to grow as a major motorcycle week destination like Laughlin, Daytona and Sturgis.<BR><BR>Spectators and Exhibitors can find out more about The LA Calendar Motorcycle Show, the Bike Contest and all the available weekend activities online at ;