More than 7,000 people entered the Easyriders show, and vendors and customers alike marveled at the diversity and evolution of the region’s motorcycling scene
The arena was full of attendees in black clothes, denim, leather and patches.
Some were accompanied by other leather-clad members of their motorcycle club.
Others were accompanied by strollers.
But everyone at the Easyriders Bike Show Tour, which made its first stop Saturday at the Anaheim Convention Center this year, had the opportunity to marvel at customized motorcycles while getting a taste of Southern California’s motorcycle culture.
More than 7,000 people entered the all-day show where they could view nearly 200 customized bikes; shop for motorcycle parts, clothing and accessories from more than 100 exhibitors; and enjoy live entertainment.
Event spokesman Tucker Kroll said the show featured some of the best customizations from around the country. Kroll said Southern California is known for its diverse bike customizations, which makes it an ideal stop for the tour.
“There are lots of choppers here, unique bikes, and it’s great weather all year-round,” Kroll said. “There are a lot of different (motorcycle) clubs in California, so you see a lot of diversity.”
He said the show moved to Anaheim from the Los Angeles Convention Center three years ago to provide a more central location for Southern California residents.
Next show will take place in Sacramento, CA. Hit the banner below for more information.
Read more here.