Saturday, January 12, 2013

Sights from the IMS show in Minneapolis.

Once again the crew from the Red Wing Ironworks Motorbike Club volunteered to help our good friends at the National Motorcycle Museum (Amamosa, Iowa) staff the museum's booth at the annual IMS show at the Convention Center in Minneapolis. We had teams helping Friday and Saturday. As usual it was a good time promoting the museum, yapping it up with other riding enthusiasts and to meeting some new friends, including James Cutting the producer of the film documentary, "Hogslayer," which incidentally was the motorcycle movie night selection in December Hopefully there is more to come from Mr. Cutting as he wants to preserve motorcycling's history and personalities on film before they disappear. Here is a look from today's show.

Christian at the helm of the National Motorcycle Museum booth.

Scot and a very nice representative of Ducati going over the bike's finer features.

Hogslayer producer/director James Cutting and Paul.

Triumph Tiger 800 in Icon livery.

Tank art work from H-D XR750, a replica of the one Evil jumped (and crashed) sometime during his career.

Kawi Z1 from the day. On display with the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club of Minnesota.

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