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Motorcycle Show attendance outpaces last year

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This year's Motocycle Show at Tradex has drawn significantly greater crowds. Event runs through Sunday.
— image credit: John Morrow photo

The Motorcycle Show at Tradex is one of the busiest shows of the year, according to event organizers.

The show features hundreds of 2013  motorcycles scooters, and ATVs on display.  All major brands have booths at this year's show, including manufacturers such as Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, KTM, Polaris, Suzuki, Triumph, BMW, Victory and Yamaha. Numerous other vendors are showcasing products that help protect you and your bike while riding.

This year, Team Empire's acclaimed freestyle stunt riders Nick "Apex" Brocha and Ernie "EDub" Vigil will perform at the show for the first time.  For the kids there is the ever popular Yamaha Riding Academy tent.  Youngsters (accompanied by parents) can don riding gear and get a chance at personalized instruction on smaller motor bikes.

This event includes demos and activities for female riders.  The event continues Sunday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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