The Progressive International Motorcycle Show opened Friday afternoon, February 25th to a normal sized small crowd of early birds. Veteran vendors who regularly travel with the show as it makes it way around the country said that Friday evening's attendance was about what they expected.
Today, (Saturday) the show opened at 9am and with moderate temperatures, the parking lots are full of motorcycles and the isles packed with couples and families browsing the new models of motorcycles and shopping for accessories.
In addition to motorcycles, jackets, helmets and gloves, atttendees have the opportunity to vote on their favorite motorcycle in the Ultimate Builder Contest. If shopping isn't your thing, Allstate Insurance hosts several DIY motorcycle garage seminars and Team No Limit Stunt Show with Jason Britton and Eric Hoenshell, provides a diversion with close quarter displays of stunt riding.
The Greenville Progressive IMS show packs up tomorrow at 5pm and heads south to the finale in Daytona at the Ocean Center. For more info, click here