Progressive International Motorcycle Shows Adds Stops in Atlanta and Indianapolis

Advanstar Communications, the producer of the world’s largest and longest-running powersports show tour, has expanded its Progressive International Motorcycle Shows nationwide tour to include two new markets popular with those who love motorcycling—Atlanta and Indianapolis.

The newly expanded Progressive International Motorcycle Shows series is set to launch its 2012-2013 nationwide tour on November 2-4, at the Cobb Galleria Centre, in Atlanta, and then continues across the country for a total of 13 stops. The new show in Indianapolis, taking place February 15-17, 2013, at the Lucas Oil Stadium, will be co-located with Dealer Expo, the world’s largest powersports trade show, held at the Indiana Convention Center. Combined, the events will create the ultimate two-wheeled destination over President’s Day weekend.

The tour schedule offers attendees the unique opportunity to be the first to see the newest models, speak with knowledgeable product experts and be well-prepared for the upcoming riding season.

The 2012-2013 Progressive International Motorcycle Shows 13-city tour schedule also includes stops in Dallas, Texas; San Mateo, California; Long Beach, California; Seattle, Washington; Washington, D.C.; Minneapolis, Minnesota; New York City, New York; Cleveland, Ohio; Novi, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; and Charlotte, North Carolina.

Motorcycle riders and powersports fans from coast to coast will have the opportunity to experience hundreds of the hottest street bikes, dirt bikes, cruisers, scooters and ATVs for both new and experienced riders. From the latest gear and aftermarket accessories to informative seminars and interactive entertainment, this event is the place to experience the latest in the world of motorcycling.

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  1. It is disappointing and frustrating that, year after year, the show never comes within 1000 miles of Denver. I really can’t afford the time and money to fly to California, as it’s the closest location.

    They used to have a show in Phoenix, for which I made the 850 mile drive, but then they decided it wasn’t an important market, and pulled out. I guess Denver isn’t important either.

    Advanstar chooses to ignore virtually the entire center of the U.S. It’s a shame because there are a lot of enthusiasts located here. I looked forward to the show every year, but no more. Sad, the show is a lot of fun.

    Hopefully, they’ll change their minds someday.


  2. Why does this show ignore not only the 5th largest market in the US (Phoenix), but also the entire Mountain time zone? This means they have shows in 8 metro areas smaller than Phoenix.

  3. I travel a lot and I do not want to miss the next international Motorcycle show. How do I find the schedule for the next shows for Dec 2012 and the rest of 2013? thank you. Gil


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