Show MC and Hostess
Robin Cunningham
Miss Harley-Davidson
Miss Texas 2000
Miss Hawaiian Tropic International

Show Information:
Spectator Info / Schedule
Hotels in Long Beach
Calendar Model Pageant
Bike Show Contest
Olive Crest Charity Ride
Exhibitors Registration
Press / Media
2004 Exhibitor/ Event Map

Admission Includes
Live Music Festivals
Both Days!

Saturday's Blues
Festival featuring
2000 lbs of Blues!

and Special Guests!!!

Sunday's Classic Rock
Festival featuring the
Rolling Stones!

and Boudeeka!

and both days...
JoJo Farmer and Pauly Sherer
Las Vegas Extremes!

2 Days of excitement featuring beautiful girls everywhere and
Calendar Angels!

Meet Our Calendar Angels!

- plus -
Pretty Girls! - Enter the

Model Search Contest
Both days win cash prizes and
a possible paid Calendar Shoot!

The LA Calendar
Motorcycle Show
is a Great Value ! ! !
Here's what a
1-Day $20
or 2-Day $30
Admission Ticket
got you...
$40 -2 days of admission
at $20 per day at the Best Bike
Show in America with top bikes,
builders, manufacturers, dyno
shootout, bands, beautiful models, plus...
$40 -2 days of Concerts with
national recording stars at $20 per day.
$52 - Complimentary Queen
Mary admission @ $26 per day
$132 Total Value! Just $20-$30! Store

Iron & Lace News
Collectors Calendars
Bike Show Apparel
Bikes & Babes Movies

Supermodel Books
Supermodel Music

Sportbike Books
Harley Books
Motocross Books
Motorcycle Games

Garage Tools
Computers, Electronic

The Making of
Iron & Lace
Go behind the scenesfor the filming of the world's permier motorcycle pinup calendar!

Click to visit the Beu Sister's website
and see their music video
and catch their 2004 National tour HERE

Our 2003 Bike Show featured...
The Beu Sisters

The hottest sounding,
most beautiful new girl group
in the World made their first
West Coast appearance at
our LA Calendar Bike Show

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An exciting on stage attraction at the 2004 Show which drew big audiences (above) both days were the Purrfect Anglez headed by director Lisa Langdon (the brunette in the middle, below). The 5 girl troupe did three 30-minute performances each day with included dance and burlesque routines, fire twirling, stand up and sexy comedy routines with guests from the audience including famed bike builders Jesse Rooke and Russell Mitchell, and Show producer Jim Gianatsis.

Here and below: Russ and Jesse get up close and personal on stage with the Purrfect Angelz. Click for the bigger picture.

Above: Russ Mitchell can't believe what he's seeings as the Angelz get up close and personal with him in front of 3,000 people. Below: Russell felt a litle less shy when he gave his Iron & Lace Seminar to discuss his bike building techniques and style at Exile Cycles.

Another new, exciting and successful attraction at the 2004 Show were the Iron & Lace Calendar Bike Bilder Seminars where some of America's top builders who have bikes featured in the Iron & Lace Custom Bike Pinup Calendar were there to discuss their bike building style and techniques to appreciative enthusiasts. The semminars were held in an infield pavillion and featured different builders nearly every hour, both days. Featured builders included Russell Mitchell (above) of Exile Cycles with his clean and basic style, plus Paul Yaffe, Jesse Rooke, Harold Pontarelli and Cyril Huze who came all the way from Florida.

Above: Paul Yaffe concluded his Iron & Lace Calendar Builders Seminar on Sunday by firing up his $120,000 Discovery Channel Bikers Build Off machine and letting it throw flames to the crowd's amazement. This "red hot" bike was featured in all the print advertising for our 2004 Show and appears in the 2005 Iron & Lace Calendar with beautiful model Chandi Mason.

Another new feature at this year's Show was the Saturday Builder's Night Party aboard the Queen Mary in its beautiful art deco Observation Room Bar. Admission to the Party and the Queen Mary historic ocean liner and its museum was free all weekend to all Bike Show spectators. Normally the Queen Mary itself is a separate $12 charge to visitors. The party proved to be a perfect opportunity for the Builders, Show Exhibitors, the Calendar Bike Show staff and Calendar Angels, and the purrfect Angelz to unwind and get to know everyone better after a long day in the Queen Mary Event Park. Performing live at the party was the beautiful 3 sisters pop country rock band Elle3.

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2002 & 2003 & 2004 Show winner
Jesse Rooke

Story and photos of the
2004 Calendar Bike Show
2003 Calendar Bike Show
2002 Calendar Bike Show

2001 Calendar Bike Show
2000 Calendar Bike Show

Prime Time TV Coverage!
The LA Calendar Show is sponsored by American Thunder on Speed TV with awesome
national coverage.
The 2003 LA Calendar Show coverage premiered on Tuesday, September 9th with
re-airings throughout the year.

Our Past LA Calendar
Bike Shows included
these top Exhibitors:
American Iron Horse
American Honda
Air Design customs
American Turbo
Russ Brown
Bad Bones
Biker Trash
Biker's Club
Big Dog Motorcycles
Big Bear Choppers
Bill Walll Leathers
Black Bike wide wheels
Bonner Hitch Covers
Boot Doctor
Bob's Biker Bits
Bourget Bikes
Branch Flowmetrics
Car Chemistry
Chihuahua Choppers
Chica Customs
Climax Contro; Systems
Crane Cams
Custom Bones Apparel
DG Performance / Hard Chrome
D.M. Customs
Davis Communications
Daytec Center
Denver's Choppers
Diamond Chassis
Distinctive Metal Polishing
Dragon Fly Clothing
Drag Specialties
Easy Riders
Eagle Parts
Eagle Rider Bike Rentals
EBSCO Corona Suzuki
Edelbrock Corporation
Ego Tripp
Electric Cycle Company
Energy One
Evil Twin
Eye Ride moto Wear
F&J Metal Finishing
Fly Biker
Freedom Rider
FTM Enterprises
Full Throttle Events / Vegas
Full Throttle magazine
GW International
Glendale Harley Davidson
Goldammer Cycle Works
DHL Pro Supply
Hillbank /
Superperformance Cobras
H&D Vintage Cycle Works
H-D Performance / Pontarelli
Hot Match Custom Cycles
Hot Parts Clothing
IMC Bike Communicators
Independent Gas Tank
Independent Cycle
Iron Works magazine
Indian Motorcycle of Long Beach
Intense Motorcycle Creations
J&P Cycles
Jeffries Pinstriping
Jesse Rooke Customs
Jesse James / West Coast Choppers
Jim Nasi Customs
Jim's Machine
Johnny Suede
Johnny's Big Twin
Joker Machine
Kiser Models
K&N Filters
Jolly Technologies
Krypton Anti-Fox
Legend Air Suspension
Lifestyle Custom Cycles
Lustre Care Polishing
Lyndall Racing Brakes
Metal Jeans
MGS Custom Bikes
Mick Cassidy Artwork
Mikuni American
MK Battery
Mobile 1
Motorcycle Goodies
Motorcycle Inovations
Mountain Trails Leathers
Nino 995
Nite Rider
Normark Interprises
Paramount Custom Cycles
Paul Yaffe Originals
Performance Machine
Performance Choppers
Performance Technologies
Phoenix & Crow
Powers Custom Cycles
Private Label Concepts
Pro One
Progressive Suspension
Race Pro
Radiantz Lighting
RC Components
Recycler / Cycle Buys
Richard Lester / AIM
Road Hog Bike Wear
Road House Brand
Ron Simms Custom Cycles
Ross Racing Pistons
S/S Enterprises
Samson Motorcycle Products
Sanity's Edge Custom Cycles
Schampa clothing
Schapiro & Leventhal
Shakedown Street
Severe Scooter
Showtime Rollers
Soft Brake
Southwest Cycle Products
Southland Trading frames
Sportbike Riders Assn.
Stylin' Products
Tagaluso Enterprises
Team Boly-Ons
Top Gear apparel
Texas Precission Mfg.
Old School Network
Titan Motorcycles
Tribe American Leathers
Vengence Motorcycles
Wally's Cycle World
West Coast Choppers
Wheel Works
White Brothers
Wicked Image
Wide One
X-Rated Cycles
Yamaha Motor Corp.