Motorcycle Types Cruiser LA Calendar Motorcycle Show's horsepower shootout (photo)

LA Calendar Motorcycle Show’s horsepower shootout (photo)

The 18th annual Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show Weekend presented by Performance Machine, America’s premier custom, cruiser, performance and sportbike weekend returns to the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach, CA, on July 18-19th, 2009 This is the world’s premier motorcycle show weekend featuring many of America’s leading motorcycle and parts manufacturers, top name builders, selected exhibitors, product and apparel vendors. The Calendar Show is excited to announce that Russ Brown and Chuck Koro Motorcycle Attorneys, the well known National legal firm firm dedicated to protecting motorcyclists in the event of an accident, have signed a four year agreement to be the Title Sponsor of the Calendar Show’s exciting Brown and Koro World Record DynoJet Horsepower Shootout.

Founding by attorney and long time motorcycle rider Russ Brown, now partnered with riding attorney Chuck Koro, Russ was one of the first attorneys on the National scene to dedicate his firm to protecting biker’s rights, particularly when involved in accidents with automobiles drivers who are responsible for 70% of all motorcycle accidents in America. Brown also founded BAM, a national based motorcycle breakdown and assistance organization where member bikers can dial 1-800-4BIKERS to get assistance from other members who are near them geographically, if they are stranded on the road.

This year’s World Record Dyno Shootout is being produced by DynoJet Research, Inc, based in Las Vegas, NV, , who are bringing their official factory superbike dyno truck from their headquarters in Nevada for the Calendar Show. For just $20 per run, Bike Show attendees can have their motorcycles run on the factory DynoJet dynometer by DynoJet Technical Support Manager Dustin Schaller. At the end of their run they’ll receive a printout record of their bikes torque and horsepower figures.

The hours of Dyno operation at the Calendar Show are 10am – 6pm on Saturday the 18th, and 10am – 4:30 pm on Sunday the 19th. Contestants will need to enter the Show first as a paid spectator, then sigh up at the DynoJet truck for a scheduled run, after which they can bring their bikes into the Show through the Dyno Entry Gate for their scheduled run.

Spectators also get complimentary weekend admission to the 2-Day Calendar Girl Music Festival and the historic Queen Mary Ghost Ship, and entry to the Saturday Night Iron & Lace Calendar Builders Party with live band Chain Reaction in the ship’s Observation Bar. Free shuttle bus rides are provided from the downtown Long Beach Parking Garages, plus there are paid Taxi Boat rides from Shoreline Marina direct to the Show.


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