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Old 10-16-2015, 03:20 PM   #1
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Cruiser at AIMExpo: Day One

It's overwhelming walking into a massive room with so many amazing brands and awesome new products. When walking into the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, that is exactly the feeling. Huge banners of some of our favorite brands hanging from the roof and all the biggest names in motorcycling bringing out their best and their baddest for display.

Sena announced their new Intelligent Noise Canceling helmet, which is truly some incredible technology that we got to try on and test out for a bit. Honda unveiled their CBR500RR, and Yamaha unveiled their insane Flat Track Racer: DT-07. There was an incredible collection of vintage and custom motorcycles displayed around the show and as usual, a ton of good looking convention girls walking around and advertising their new products.

Enjoy today's gallery and stay tuned for more information on the new products, and pictures of more new bikes and babes soon!




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