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International Motorcycle Show discount tickets

The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows kicks-off its 29th season with an exciting partnership with BikeBandit.com offering consumers a free $15 gift card with advanced online ticket purchases at motorcycleshows.com/tickets (while supplies last). Tickets for all 2009-2010 stops are now available for purchase online.

"We are thrilled to partner the world’s largest motorcycle show series with the Web’s largest powersports store for motorcycle accessories and parts – BikeBandit.com," said Group eMedia Director James Harter. "Coupon incentives with admission were requested by more than 70 percent of our Cycle World International Motorcycle Show attendees last year (per our annual survey) so we are excited to bring BikeBandit.com on board for the upcoming season to provide our attendees with added value through this generous offer. It’s our version of a moto-stimulus package with more than $500,000 in gift cards available for our fellow riders."

From New York to Seattle, this motorcycle extravaganza is an all access pass to the world of motorcycling with hundreds of the latest street bikes, dirt bikes, cruisers, scooters, ATVs, watercraft and more, as well as vintage bikes, custom choppers, demo rides (in select markets), informative seminars and more. This nationwide tour will also give motorcycle lovers of all ages the opportunity to check out the latest gear and aftermarket accessories, see thrilling entertainment from the Ducati Freestyle Team and enjoy fashion shows, music and modeling contests in the Bikes & Beats entertainment area.

The 2009-2010 Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows schedule is as follows:

November 13-15, 2009 Dallas Convention Center Dallas, TX
November 20-22, 2009 San Mateo County Event Center San Mateo, CA
December 4-6, 2009 Long Beach Convention Center Long Beach, CA
December 11-13, 2009 Qwest Field Event Center Seattle, WA
January 1-3, 2010 Rock Financial Showplace Novi, MI
January 8-10, 2010 Carolina First Center Greenville, SC
January 15-17, 2010 Washington Convention Center Washington D.C.
January 22-24, 2010 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center New York, NY
January 29-31, 2010 I-X Center Cleveland, OH
February 5-7, 2010 Minneapolis Convention Center Minneapolis, MN
February 19-21, 2010 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Chicago, IL

For the 17th consecutive year, Cycle World is the title sponsor for the series. Box office ticket prices range from $15 to $17 for adults and $6 for children ages six to 11. Advanced discounted tickets are available online at an additional savings when you buy a week in advance and include a free www.BikeBandit.com $15 gift card with purchase (while supplies last). For more information call 800/331-5706 or visit www.motorcycleshows.com/tickets.


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