Monday Kickstart : November 5th, 2012
SEMA Show 2012
Each year, the biggest manufacturers in the automotive world descend on the massive floor space of the Las Vegas Convention Center for the SEMA Show. Those involved in the industry get the chance to see the latest products for every style car imaginable, from tuners to lifted trucks to classic American hot rods. In the past few years, the motocross influence has increased more and more, as moto and cars (actually, it is more like trucks) go hand in hand. We scored a pass for this year’s show and immediately started forming a plan to get rich and buy at least one flawless custom ride.
This four-light bar is one of the many offerings from N-Fab. Should we put in for one for our lifted “Grave Digger” Tundra?
N-Fab has a full catalog of side-steps to help you get into your ride.
To get your off-road racing career off on the right foot, you can do no better than a Trophy Kart. With a range of models to choose from, a driver of any age can start in a 250cc or 450cc four-stroke powered truck.
Even the smaller companies, like Rage Powersport Products, have a place at the SEMA Show. Housed upstairs in the South Hall were the off-road truck and power sports segments of the convention and where we spent a good clip of time.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC had a simple display to promote their mail order business in the South Hall.
The guys at N-Fab knew how to win us over…
Though owner Lance Coury was called to set of a movie in Asia where he is a stunt rider early, his father Lance Sr., made sure Moto-Gate was well represented.
Lance’s Honda CB500 is lust-worthy. A few of us on staff are suckers for vintage road bikes, and this moto-inspired ride only made our desire for one of our own even more intense.
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