International Motorcycle Show Announces New Interactive Features

international_motorcycle_showThe International Motorcycle Show will start its 12 city journey this weekend in San Mateo, California, on November 18th. The 2011-2012 cross country show will feature new interactive features to entertain and educate attendees.

The three-day shows will showcase the newest models from more than 25 manufacturers. The International Motorcycle Show will also have a “Dream Pavilion” where they will display some of the most luxurious motorcycles in the world. Attendees will also be able to create their perfect motorcycle in the new Kawasaki Design-A-Bike interactive digital painting experience.

According to a press release, the IMS show this year will have more bikes on the floor this year than in at any previous show. Ducati and Triumph will also be joining the show this year so you’ll be able to see just about everything you could want under one roof.

And if browsing new motorcycles doesn’t get you excited, you’ll also be able to check out the Smage Bros Stunt Show.

“After last year’s shows concluded, we worked incredibly hard to talk to both non-show goers and loyal enthusiast attendees to identify new ways to add value to the ticket for everyone, broaden our current enthusiast motorcycle market and find new ways to reach entirely new audiences,” said Kerry Graeber, Brand Director, Progressive International Motorcycle Shows. “We wanted to give our consumers more to do and see throughout their time at the shows and we have certainly achieved it. We will also have new model debuts, dozens of manufacturers represented and more exciting attractions to make this show wall-to-wall bikes and wall-to-wall excitement.”

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