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Art Tattoo Montreal

Art Tattoo Montreal

The 7th annual Montreal Art Tattoo was the international tattoo convention that united artists and tattooists from around the globe. It took place during the long summer-like weekend of September 4, 5 and 6, 2009.

On Thursday evening artists and guests were invited at the opening of the “Life Size: Shawn Barber and Turf One Two Man Show” exhibition at the Yves Laroche Gallery. This private viewing gave an opportunity for all guests to admire the works of these two renowned people from the tattoo world. After a party at the infamous Foufounes Electric bar the weekend was off and running!

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Vancouver Motorcyle Show

Vancouver Motorcyle Show

This year marked the first time that Revolution Motorcycle Magazine attended the “MMIC Vancouver Motorcycle Show” which ran from January 21 to 24.

With temperatures that neared 15 degrees Celsius, the West Coast was a paradise for motorcycle lovers: no snow (though a bit of a problem for the Olympics), beautiful roads (no need trying to avoid crater size potholes in the asphalt, there wasn’t any) and a breathtaking landscape. How different from the East where the temperature was well below the freezing point and the Quebec roads replicate something you would see in an under-developed country! I was happily surprised to see hundreds of motorcycles parked in front of this event and an endless lineup of early birds waiting to get in.

Dealers displaying all of the world renowned motorcycle brands were present. In the “Custom Alley” attendees could admire uniquely created bobbers and choppers, and shake hands with shop owners. For shoppers there was an array of motorcycle related clothing, riding gear, jewellery and more. Several women’s activities were organized, including two “garage parties” put on by both Trev Deeley and Barnes Harley-Davidson. The ladies also “enjoyed” the Vancouver

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V-Twin Expo

V-Twin Expo

This year marked the tenth annual V-Twin Dealers Expo in Cincinnati Ohio where dealers from around the world came to check out the latest and greatest that the American V-Twin aftermarket industry had to offer. Being my ninth year attending this event I must say I never have seen it so quiet and that is not necessarily a bad thing. After speaking with many vendors, no one really said that they had a bad show. Instead I heard many tell me how much they actually liked the lower attendance because it allowed them to really spend more quality time with the dedicated dealers that showed up. With the changing of the times and the slow economy many shops had to cut their budgets, so as usual, events and advertising are always the first things to get dropped. This is not necessarily the right move but when push comes to shove you have to make decisions that best work for your individual business situation. So needless to say the dealers that did show up all had a project or two on the go or were looking for new and cool ideas to pitch to potential new customers. Many dealers arrived with a game plan, knew exactly whom they had to see and had their list of questions ready ...

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