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Boz Bros custom bike show at Laguna Seca

Yamaha and Ben & Eric Bostrom are pleased to announce the return of the Boz Bros Custom Bike Show to the list of activities for this year’s Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on July 3rd – 5th.

Presented by 2 Wheel Tuner Magazine and Yamaha, the show will include Pro built bikes by many of the country’s premier Sport Bike builders as well as a special to be announced project bike. The show will also include the top 10 winners of the 2009 Yamaha Virtual SuperSport Bike Show contest. These winners will receive full 3-day Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix race passes as part of their award.

"We are excited to once again host the Boz Bros. Custom Bike Show at MotoGP" said Sarah Timleck, Publisher of 2 Wheel Tuner Magazine, "The response the last two years has been tremendous and we look forward to this year’s round of custom bikes! " To see these very cool bikes and cast a vote for your favorite entry, please visit the Boz Bros/2 Wheel Tuner Bike Show display in the Yamaha Marketplace.

Joining the Boz Bros for autographs in the Marketplace on Sunday from 12:30 to 1:30 will be Yamaha Factory Racing Superbike rider Josh Hayes and Graves Motorsports riders Josh Herrin and Tommy Aquino.

Other activities include Yamaha TT-R motorcycle demos for the kids, a concert by Yamaha MotoGP rider James Toseland and his band Crash and a free style stunt show by XDL Stunt Champion Bill Dixon.


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