Bike 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!

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

The Beu Sisters CD Album
Click below to buy...




2004 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show page 4

Three-time LA Calendar Bike Show winner Jesse Rooke with the 2004 Best Pro Builder winner Rockstar Kruiser and Miss Great Britain Nicki Lane. This studio shoot with Jim Gianatsis is for the 2006 Iron & Lace Calendar and a national print advertising campaign for Mikuni Carburetors.

2004 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show
Performance Machine Bike Contest Winners

The 2004 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show's Performance Machine Bike Contest featured one of our best ever turnouts of contest entries for the 9 different highly competive classes battliong for some $70,000 in cash and awards.. This year's Show expanded its reputation for being one of the best Bike Contests in America, to being possibly the premier Bike Contest in the World with top contenders coming to the Show from around the world. Performance Machine even upped the ante furtherthis year with the addition of a separate $5,000 cash prize fro the Best Performance Machine Equipped Bike.

In fact, two foreign entires did come out on top. Zero Engineering of Japan's founder Katsuho Kumagi claimed Best of Show with his Pan Head hot rod "bike "Masamune." And NCR Racing / Poggipolini in Italy sent over their $164.000 titanium and magnsium 180hp naked Sucati Superbike called Macchia Nera to ganer the Show's Best Sportbike trophy.

For the 3rd year in a row American builder Jesse Rooke almost repeated his 2002 and 2004 Best of Show victories with his latest creation, the energy drink sponsored Rock Star Kruiser. Jesse still won Best Pro Builder for Rock Star Kruiser's origionality and clean design, a Jesse Rooke trademark that puts Jesse in a class of his own among the world's top builders. But the judges ended up giving Best of Show to Zero Engineering to spotlight Katsyho's own unique retro style which he pioneered and which so many other builders are now emulating.The Best of Show choice was made to reward Katsyho's individual uniqueness and creativity, which is just as important, if not more so, than the beautiful but boring "me too" choppers which most pro builders churn out by the dozens.

For those interested in entering next year's Performance Machine Bike Contest, the Contest just takes place on one day at the Show, Sunday. Registration is just by walk-up on Sunday morning between 8-10am, and all bike must remain in place until after the awards ceremony and the close of the Show at 5pm. Complete details at: Bike Contest Registration.

World Class Winners at the 2004 Show! Above: Scuderia NCR / Poggipolini flew in from Italy with their $164,000 magnesium and titanium 180hp / 297lb. naked Ducati Superbike powered Macchia Nera to win Best Sportbike at this year's Show, elevating our Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show to World caliber status. Poggipolini's distributor John Murray of accepts the Show's coveted Desk Set Trophy utilizing a real Mikuni Carburetor. He's joined by Roland and Ted Sands from Performance Machine, plus SBK World Superbike and Ducati Corse Calendar Cover Angels, Miss Great Britain Nicki Lane and Laura Niles.

Best of Show winner Katsuhi Kumagi, Zero Engineering.

2004 Bike Show
Contest Results:

Best of Show: Katsuhi Kumagi, Zero Engineering “Masamune”.
Pro Builder: 1. Jesse Rooke, Jesse Rooke Customs “Rock Star Kruiser”; 2. Brian Hardin, Mitch Bergeron Custom, 3. Rick Bedford, Y2K Chopper; .
Best PM Equipped Bike at the Show: Sean Gibbs of Wild West Choppers with his all new 2004 special construction chopper featuring all Performance Machine components.
Street Custom: 1. Rick Kyker, Special Construction; 2. Rick Moran, Diamond Softail; 3. Rick Wahlberg, 2003 CFL.
Street Performance: 1. Mike Cook, American Cafe Racers Super Manx; 2. Keith Drum, KD Kustoms, 115ci Pro Street Drag Bike @8.62 sec.; 3. Keith Drum, KD Customs 1952 Panhead blown.
Classic Early Twin: 1. Bob Carrillo, 1952 H-D Panhead, 2. Mike Dunn, stock 1936 BMW R12 750cc Wehrmacht WW2, 3. Larry Ramos, stock 1954 H-D FL.
Classic Late Twin: 1. JR Keeble, 2003 H-D FLHT Standard Glide; 2. Dave Reichman , 2002 H-D Road king; 3. Chris Stabb, 1979 H-D FL.
Sportster: 1. Bob Neff, 1967 stock Sportster XLCH; 2. Dave Arnold, rigid Sportster chopper; 3. Larry Winkleman, performance modified 2000 Sportster.
Sportbike: 1. Poggipolini Macchia Nera; 2. Eddie mccoy, Kawasaki ZX12; 3. Glenn Castro, Suzuki GSXR1000.
Jardine West Coast Horsepower Dyno Shootout Winner: John Noonan, J&E Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa land speed bike, new World Record at 545 horsepower.

Above: Best Street Custom Big Twin. Rick Kyker, Special Construction.

Above: Best Street Performance Big Twin. Mike Cook,

Above: Best Late Classic Big Twin, JR Keeble, 2003 H-D FLHT Standard Glide.

Above: Best Early Classic Big Twin, Bob Carrillo, 1952 H-D Panhead.

Above: Best Sportster, Bob Carrillo, Bob Neff, 1967 stock Sportster XLCH.

Best Performance Machine Equipped Bike at the Show: Sean Gibbs of Wild West Choppers and his REALLY BIG $5,000 check from PM's Roland and Ted Sands.

Go to more 2004 Bike Show:    Page 1Page 2Page 3

Hi-Resolution Images of Show Winners for news / promotional use.
Credit Reqyired:© / Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show.


Purrfect Angelz

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

2001 Calendar Show
2000 Calendar Show

Bike Show winners are feature in the Iron & Lace Calendar
Click to Order!

World Horsepower Record for Motorcycles Annihilated at the Los Angels Calendar Motorcycle Show's Jardine West Coast HP Dyno Shootout!
Long Beach, CA, July 18th- In a stunning end to an already record-breaking weekend at the 2004 Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show, JE Pistonsí John Noonan on his Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa land speed bike obliterated the existing North American record for horsepower registered at a Dyno Shoot-Out. At 545 horsepower, Noonan surpassed the current world record by 31 hp!

A crowd of hundreds packed the Jardine Performance display at the show as Noonan arrived straight from El Mirage where he had set another record, Land Speed at 209 mph in the MBG-1650 class, just that morning. Still covered in dirt, Noonan made several staggering passes at the record. With help from show emcee and Jardine VP, Kerry Bryant, as well as the hoots and hollers from the audience, Noonan blew through 328, 378, 416 and landed at the magic number of 545.1 hp. He backed it up with 537 hp moments later on his final run.

"No one has ever seen anything like this,î said Bryant. ìThere isnít anything in this parking lot, except perhaps the engines on Queen Mary behind us here, that can even touch this!î
Noonan attributes his achievement to the help of various supporters.

"I would like to thank the many people that made this happen,î Noonan said. ìJE Pistons and Carrillo Rods for supplying us with the best parts available, Velocity Racing Turbosystems, my girlfriend and crew chief, Michelle, for all her support and assistance, and of course Jardine Performance Products for letting me use and abuse their dyno!î
Noonan went on to thank many others with whom he shares this victory: APE Millennium Technologies, American Suzuki, Worldwide Bearings,, Carpenter head porting, PM Racing, SATO Racing, Robinson Industries, Arcane Worldwide Racing, Web Camshafts, and Hanks fire service.

Jardine Performance Products co-sponsors the annual Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show and will return again next year with their heavily attended and highly anticipated Los Angels Calendar Motorcycle Show's Jardine West Coast HP Dyno Shootout.