More than 30,000 motorcycle enthusiasts attended the Las Vegas BikeFest 2010, the 10-year anniversary of the four-day motorcycle rally. Las Vegas BikeFest 2010 offered a variety of events, including music concerts, custom bike shows, a poker run, and a vendor village of more than 250 motorcycle vendor booths. Rally activities centered around Sahara Hotel & Casino and Cashman Center. See how it felt to visit Vendor Village, Cashman Center, Saturday October 2, 2010.
Leatherup.com Girls at Our Trade-Show Booth
Leatherup.com set up a trade-show booth at the Vendor Village in Cashman Center, and our visitors were greeted by the Leatherup girls – Ashley and Ryan. See our videos with Ashley and Ryan below.
The Custom Bike Building Show
The custom bikes that attracted the most interest were built by RK Concepts—a custom-bike-building company owned by Rafic Kaissi. Visitors crowded around one particular RK bike – the RK Chain.
Another custom-bike builder, Matt Risley, showed us his new tricycle that featured a powerful sound system. Here’s our video with Matt Risley.
More Biker Girls
As in all respected motorcycle rallies, hot biker girls were everywhere – some representing the vendors – others the visitors. Bikers eagerly posed with the girls from Social Outcast Clothing, as their boss repeated “Tip the girls guys, tip the girls.”
Shantal, who posed for pictures on a LA Lakers Custom Bike non-stop for hours, said hello to leatherup.com fans.
The girls from Convict Custom Cycles, and the owner of Convict who showed us their company’s famous talisman – a convict skeleton statue.
The Sapphire Girls lured bikers into visiting the Sapphire Gentleman’s Club.
The Party Outside Cashman Center
A party was on all day outside Cashman Center. There was a rock band, Custom Bike Show, drinks, and more vendors.
Brand new Victory bikes from RideNow Powersports dealer were very popular. We asked bikers’ opinion about the 2011 and 2010 Victories.