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2003 Spring Daytona Beach Bike Week

Scootworks' 2003 Journey to the Spring Daytona Beach Bike Week --- Scootworks headed down to Daytona Beach Bike Week with a group of the Scootworkers, and 3 trailers of motorcycles and parts to show. We set up two displays... one at Bankston's Kawasaki on Hwy 92w (Speedway Blvd), and another at Daytona Speedway alongside of Kawasaki. We met lots of folks at both sites, and showed several customized bikes. We also unveiled the new Honda 750 Lowering Kit, the Honda 750 Belt drive, the Kawasaki Vulcan 800 Drifter Saddlebag mounting system, and several other new Scootworks accessories. While we were down there, the LoRidr bike was damaged in a rear-end collision...we worked through part of the night and had it ready to show at the speedway the next day, with only a few scratches (we salvaged parts for it off of one of our other bikes!). We hosted a bike show at Bankston's Kawasaki during our trip. There was much rain, it rained nearly every day we were down there...but we still had a great time and got to show off our products to loads of people.

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Customized bikes we took...

...more Scootworks bikes...

...the Drifter.

Pusher & Tweek Unpacking

...LOADS of parts...

Wingnut setting up racks.

Tweek working on racks

...getting ready to head out and setup...

Scootworks' Trailer

Bikes on display at Bankston's Kawasaki

The banner at Bankston's

Some of the parts on Display at Bankston's

New bike being uncrated at Bankston's Kawasaki

The LoRidr bike and parts at the Kawasaki tent

Tweek and LoRidr working on display rack at Kawasaki tent

Digital Sign nearly operational...

LoRidr taking a break at the Kawasaki tent

We spotted 'Joker' near 'Hops' on hwy92

Bikes were rolling into Bankston's for the show on Saturday

A tricked Vulcan 800 in the 'Middle-weight Cruiser' category

One for the 'Rat Bike' category...

A Customized Nomad in the show...

An american custom entered in the 'Heavy-weight' category.

Good looking machine!

A Vulcan 1500 Classic...totally tricked...

Another shot of the Vulcan 1500

Left side view of the Vulcan 1500 Classic

A hard-tailed Kawasaki 1500 Drifter

A Vulcan 1500 Classic in Custom Frame

...this baby sports a hand-built rigid frame!

This Vulcan 1500 Classic is a heck of a custom job!

A look at the bike show registration tent...

...and all of the trophies Scootworks provided for the event.

There were 7 classes, with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies for each class. Here, 'Youngblood' takes 1st in Touring.

The classes were: heavy-weight cruiser (1000+ cc)...

...middle-weight cruiser (under 1000cc)...

...touring...

...sport...

...vintage...

...rat bike...

...custom...

...and a trophy for best of show.

WHOG Radio Station was on site for the event.

LOADS of bikes poured in, in spite of the rain!

It was a tough show to judge.

Lots of stuff was given away...

and we all had a blast!

...Here's the winner of 'Best Of Show'.