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Motorcycle Stunt Star Britton at 2011 IMS

2011 International Motorcycle Shows

Progressive International Motorcycle Shows is proud to announce Television Star and Stunt Riding Icon Jason Britton and Team No Limit will perform their thrilling stunt shows at all 12-city stops of the nationwide tour.

Show attendees from Dallas to Daytona will have the chance to see SPEED Channel’s hit show "Superbikes" Star Britton and his Co-star Eric Hoenshell, perform heart-pounding stunts including wheelies, on-bike acrobatics, stoppies, burnouts, endos and more at each show.

Jason Britton says: "Eric and I are very excited to be a part of the entire 2010-2011 Progressive International Motorcycle Show tour. We look forward to meeting and performing for our fans and fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. It’s all about the passion on two wheels! See you at the shows!"

Britton and Hoenshell are two of the world’s top stunt riders. Their performances at the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows will provide more than half a million show attendees nationwide an up-close, in person look at these two skilled dare-devils.

After the Britton and Hoenshell stunt performances, fans will also have the chance to meet Britton and Hoenshell during autograph sessions. A special Team No Limit autograph page is included within the free official show guide which will be available to all show attendees at all shows.

Kurt Whittington (Progressive International Motorcycle Shows Marketing Coordinator) says: "We went after the biggest name in stunt riding to bring as much excitement and energy to the shows for the benefit of the attendees. Beyond all the awesome motorcycles we’ll have on the show floor, the price of admission now includes live stunt performances by internationally known superstars."

The Team No Limit Stunt Show with Britton is a part of the overall re-invention of the 30-year-old powersports event series from the ground up to offer more value for exhibitors and attendees.

This year’s Progressive International Motorcycle Shows nationwide tour will introduce a completely new visual design and show environment, more entertainment and learning opportunities, more gifts and prizes custom-built for each unique lifestyle enthusiast, and more ways to interact with and buy product than ever before.

From New York to California, hardcore powersports enthusiasts, recreational riders, and aspirational fans from all lifestyles and riding abilities will be engaged in a brand new way on the show floor and spend more time connecting with exhibitors and the community, leaving the show with a tremendous sense of satisfaction and tangible value from their experience.

For more information call 800/331-5706 or visit motorcycleshows.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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