Custom bikes with, umm, bolt-on accessories, were everywhere you looked.
Next to helmet Mohawks, the dumbest thing we saw at the show was this Hummer on tracks.
Exhaust manufacturer Jardine displayed its new fuel management system.
If you're building a streetfighter you'll want a cool headlight, and this LED lined Acerbis number is pretty trick.
Alpinestars had racks of new gear on display, and offered something for every budget.
Speed and Strength sponsored rider Aaron Colton wowed the crowd in his own private stunt spot.
Looks like Zamora crashed the local Indy high school prom.
HMF Engineering talked SSB's video crew through its latest in the pipe line.
Keep your eye on Leo Vince for some exciting exhausts this year. This thing was pretty cool too.
The Fulmer helmet booth gets the nod for having the coolest display at the show, complete with tie-dyed shirts and sugar cube themed treats.
We'll give you one guess what helmet/apparel company this mascot belonged to.