West Coast Super Show Was A Hit!

The American Motorcycle Group put on one heck of a gathering for it's first event ... there was plenty to see and do the two days of the show!

No, you’re not seeing things … there’s actually 3 cylinders. You can own the custom made engine and frame for a mere $19k.

How’s this for a line up of custom bikes?

This sweet looking ride was out in the paking lot … so you can imagine the quality of bikes in the show!

Yep, you could get anything st the Supershow. How about a complete line of carbon fiber watches, pens wallets, flames and license plate frames?

This bike from Mistress Cycles really looked the part … the face is transparent to allow the headlight to shine through.

Now this is one clean bike! Black with blood-red flames. Sweet!

You have to love sunny Southern California … palm trees, sunny skies, some of the best looking girls in the world and home to the first annual American Motorcycle Group’s West Coast Super Show! And what a show it turned out to be.

Held at the beautiful Newport Dunes in Newport Beach, California, the West Cost Super show drew out some of the hottest bikes around, some of the coolest dealers and the absolute best spectators from around the country. Both days were filled with great weather and even better bikes, as the venue was packed to the gills with bikes, accessories, dealers and just about anything else you could think of.

Here’s a partial list of the fine folks who came out to support this first-ever show: Pro-One, Hot Match Custom Cycles, Ultra Motorcycle, Lazer Star, Intersport Fashions West, MGS Customs, Blitzkreig, She-Devil, Big Dog, Fueling, Paramount Custom Cycle, Lifestyle HOT BIKE/STREET CHOPPER, V-twin City, Adjure, Radiantz, Gators, Big Bear Choppers, HB Parts, Bad Pig, Silverstar Castings, RB Components, Lyndall Racing Brakes, Chrome Hardware Supply, Legend Air Suspension, Custom Cycle Engineering, Xtreme Cycle, Spy Optics, North County Customs, Edelbrock/Russel, Jim Nasi Customs, Jesse Rooke Customs, Daytec, JIMS MAchine, billet Concepts, Dragonfly, Jardine, Shah-Shah DMC many more came on board by the time the show opened its gates.

We don’t want to spoil the magazine coverage that’ll be coming up in a future issue, but here’s a sneak peek at what was going down over the June 15-16 weekend. Make sure you keep reading HOT BIKE Magazine to get the full story on what went on during the show.