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Come See IMS And The Official MotoGP Grid At The Indianapolis Motorcycle Show

The 13-city nationwide Progressive International Motorcycle Show Tour races through the Midwest with a stop in Indianapolis for the first time in history, February 15-17, 2013 at the Indiana Convention Center.

All race fans and adrenaline junkies are invited to see The MotoGP Experience presented by Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including the largest collection of official MotoGP race bikes ever assembled outside the track, like the #69 Nicky Hayden Ducati Corse 1000cc, up close and personal before they grace the Speedway here in August.

You’ll get a free commemorative photo with Indianapolis Motor Speedway umbrella girls in front of the simulated race grid sponsored by MotoGP and the Red Bull Indianapolis GP, along with a sweepstakes entry for the ultimate MotoGP experience.

So don’t miss your chance to see the show, say hi to the IMS crew and earn a chance to get an all-expense paid trip to the Indianapolis GP here in August!

The Progressive International Motorcycle Show is the best destination to see the 2013 new models from all the major motorcycle manufacturers. On top of several amazing custom bikes, great seminars and aftermarket vendors, there will be XDL Street Jam stunt shows throughout the weekend, making it a must see winter event for all!

Save 20% off your 1 or 3-day tickets purchased online at: http://motorcycleshows.ticketleap.com/t/IMS/ for any remaining International Motorcycle Show.

Simply apply promo code: IMS at checkout.

For more information on the show and to see a host of other great show features, visit: http://www.motorcycleshows.com or https://www.facebook.com/InternationalMotorcycleShows

 

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Come See IMS And The Official MotoGP Grid At The Indianapolis Motorcycle Show
 
Come See IMS And The Official MotoGP Grid At The Indianapolis Motorcycle Show
The 13-city nationwide Progressive International Motorcycle Show Tour races through the Midwest with a stop in Indianapolis for the first time in history, February 15-17, 2013 at the Indiana Convention Center.
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