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2020 Biker's Showcase Presented BY RIDE SAFE INDIANA: Show Bikes

The Bikers Showcase presented by Ride Safe Indiana is an exciting and nostalgic motorcycle exhibit and contest all rolled into one!  This year’s theme is Show Bikes.  Do you have a bike that qualifies in one of the categories below? Enter it today!

Classes:

Street/Bagger: (Front or back) 23″, 26″ or 30″ or BIGGER. Wild or Mild Customs, Baggers & Choppers. If your bike has an oversized wheel, this is your class.

Restomod: Is your bike customized with a “Theme”? A memorial bike, military bike, religious bike, life style bike or any bike customized to represent a theme.

Vintage Pre ’85: Stock wheel base and restored back to “like new” condition. American or Metric. 250CC or larger. 32 Years or older.

Rat Bike: Modified bikes bearing little or no resemblance to the stock bike they started out as. The crazier the better.

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Pioneers of Hoosier Motorcycling

In a very comfortable and casual setting at the ALL NEW 29th Annual Indiana Motorcycle & Powersports Expo, the men and women who were “pioneers” in Indiana’s motorcycle world will share their stories and remembrances of the early days of motorcycling. These moderated sessions will be tailored to various topics and themes, but will be free flowing as these amazing people re-tell their stories from “back in the day.”  If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, you won’t want to miss your opportunity to connect with the men and women who “pioneered” the sport and industry we currently enjoy.

Questions from the audience will be welcomed – and in fact – are encouraged!

Following the sessions, you’ll have an opportunity to talk one-on-one with these very Pioneers and view a display of their private collections of memorabilia which will include one-of-a-kind bikes, personal photo collections, trophies, riding apparel and more.

Abate Motorcycle Classes

ABATE of Indiana Motorcycle Rider Courses

ABATE of Indiana has trained more than 130,000 Hoosier motorcyclists to ride over the past 40 years. Beginning in 1979, before there was a state-legislated program in Indiana, ABATE saw the benefits of riders having the skills and strategies to make their travels safer and more enjoyable. If you know someone that rides a motorcycle, it is likely they have taken a course with ABATE, and now it’s your turn. Registration for ABATE classes for beginning or experienced riders opens at the Indiana Motorcycle & Powersports Exposition at the Indiana State Fairgrounds February 14th through the 16th.

For more information go to the ABATE of Indiana website  www.abateonline.org