2011-01-09

2011 The North American International Motorcycle Supershow

Usually I have go to this show every January and play the incorrigible shopaholic until I run out of space in backpack or money in my wallet. This year was the first time I've ever worked the show, albeit I managed to squeeze in some shopping and fun while doing it. "SQUIRREL!!!" :D


I was driving to conditions and had to reduce my top speed a bit so as not to frighten the other drivers. Take a winter driving course and put snow tires on your vehicle! If you can't do that then stay out of the left lane please.
Toronto. *sigh*

Driving to the show in the fresh snow was fun once I got past the people driving slow in the fast lane. 

David is the first friend I run into. :)

Miss January. Hi Sarah!

Marcel says "They don't have any lids!"

Don't worry, be happy Marcel.




Alex and I match, but she carries the look so much better than I.
Steve, the proud father of a new baby boy this past fall. Congrats Steve!


Had I known, I'd have entered Suzi Bandit as part of the Learning Curves booth. 

Check out my "Gone with the Dogs" link for more of same.













The folks over at A Vicious Cycle.

JoAnn is one of our M1Exit graduates from 2010. She set a benchmark for tenacity and determination. 

Robinson Kelly, another alumni who rides a dual sport and is not afraid to get a bit  dirty.



One of these two is on drugs, can you tell which?

Fun with the gang. 

Hi Marie!

Aubrey and James employ the secret handshake.


It's all Natalie Catherine Provost can do to wait patiently for her award. :)


Fast women. Wow. 

Jodi Christie #20

Thanks for sneaking this one in James. :D

#1 Jordan's father Bob Szoke was on the stage more than once to represent his son. 





I still can't tell which one is the chair monkey, can you?















# 22 Natalie Catherine Provost and her son #23 Loic




The Downtown crew, Greg, Cat, Jeffe, and Stewart.

Jeffe!

"...and the bartender says...!"

This is for my friend Brian Kwok. 

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Very Scary Gary and ZenRyder

All you need is a frisbee.


We have standing room only at our booth. The line forms on the left.

Help the Victory has fallen over and can't get up. They built it with integral crash guards and are proud of it. You can drop it with out hurting it, but will it take the tabletop or the berm? Lol

Bye David. Only five more hours to go then you can drive home and do it all again tomorrow.



The competition, not only are they good looking, they're highly skilled too.

My friend Shaun shows up just as I'm running out the door. 

2 comments:

wobblycat said...

"Steve, the proud father of a new baby boy" makes it look like Alex is the mommy :)

Rotten Ronnie said...

Isis would make a great looking Mommy. :P