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2004 Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows

January 9-11, 2004 the Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows came to the Washington, DC convention center. The 2003/2004 show schedule started in San Francisco on November, 7, and traveled to Dallas, Seattle, Long Beach, Denver, New York, before Washington, then from DC the show went to Atlanta, Ohio, Chicago, Detroit, Daytona, and finally will end in Minneapolis March, 28.

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The 2003/2004 show schedule started in San Francisco on November, 7, and traveled to Dallas, Seattle, Long Beach, Denver, New York, before Washington, then from DC the show went to Atlanta, Ohio, Chicago, Detroit, Daytona, and finally will end in Minneapolis March, 28.

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Toyota Trucks renewed sponsorship of The Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows. The shows provide a significant avenue to increasing visibility for Toyota Trucks," stated Todd Ferguson, Toyota's National Merchandising Manager.

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This Harley Davidson was painted in the stars and stripes specifically in tribute of the 9/11 tragedy.

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As you enter the show, Harley Davidson Motorcycle's is the first manufacturer to greet you.

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My personal favorite Harley, the 2004 VRSCB V-Rod, it has a v-twin, black frame, stainless steel finish to it's body work, and adjustable handlebars.

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A very beautiful spokes woman for Honda Motorcycles, was talking about Honda's state of the art 2004 line-up.

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The 2004 Valkyrie Rune is really unique, it has 1832cc liquid-cooled horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine.

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Style. Attitude. Performance. The all-new 599 has got them all to spare.

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2004 RC51 V-twin masterpiece, autographed by Nicky Hayden. This is a replica racer RC51 with all-new Team Honda decal kit to give it the championship look of the 2002 AMA title-winner.

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This is no replica, this is the real RC51 Honda Racer. This machine won the 2002 AMA championship.

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Look how juicy that back tire is.

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Ben Bostrom racing on his 2002 RC51

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New limited-edition HRC exotica: the NSR50R.This 50cc performance two-stroke is for racetrack use only, and goes for a reasonable $3,599.

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2004 Interceptor ABS has a 781cc liquid-cooled 90-degree V-4, single arm swing arm, side mounted radiators, and a really cool paint job called Asphalt Black.

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2004 CR250R is a 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke with electronically controlled RC valve. Meet the only machine ever to go undefeated in the AMA National 250cc Motocross Championship.

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