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Progressive International Motorcycle Shows

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Ok. I have to admit there were some perks of being an exhibitor. I used to bring my son in on Thursday and Fridays before the show starts and raid the other booths for a bunch of motorcycle show freebies/tshirts ... only to have them all thrown out by the wife when we got home :-(

The only show worth going was the AIMExpo. Even their 2021 show was cancelled/postponed.

Let’s hope MotoGP stays on in COTA. The exhibits there are better and the Ducati girls are always great to look at!

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Ah, there's nothing like a superspreader event to encourage bike sales! They would have to pay me to come now.
 

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I for one and really happy with the move to Fort Worth and the move to October. I always hated going to Dallas in January or February. I'll be there for sure.
 
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I am wondering the same thing. When the show was renamed right in the middle of the pandemic, that's what I thought they were doing. But now I'm not sure if it is just an expansion of powersports segments they are including.
I can't find anything on their website that reveals the format.
 
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So it is outdoors and should not be another 'super-spreader' event...
CA – The organizers of Progressive IMS Outdoors – the nation’s leading motorcycle tour, which is set to transition to new outdoor locations and provide a festival-like experience in 2021 – today announced the addition of Fort Worth, Texas to the list of markets it will reach during the upcoming tour. Slated for October 1-3, Texas will be the seventh of 10 total stops along the inaugural outdoor version of the historic tour, a decision that has been made alongside the industry’s leading OEMs and key partners.
 
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