Saturday’s Show-Me Bike Show shows-off motorcycle excellence


Sam Burcham, left, a member of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association and Chris Bowman, both of Windsor, look over entry No. 137, a Harley Davidson 2013 street glide, while at the Show-Me Bike Show Saturday. The show was hosted by the Sedalia Motorcycle Association in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.


Show-Me Bike Show judge, Dave Jordan of Lake Ozark, tallies the score for entry No. 169, a 2006 Honda, equipped with a skull helmet, on Saturday. He was one of three judges for the show. Jordan, who owns Dave’s Rod Shop, said he builds street rods and bikes.


Bob Knapp, of Sedalia, looks at entry No. 163, a 2014 Indian Chief Vintage, painted ‘57 Chevy Tropical Turquoise,” at the Show-Me Bike Show on Saturday on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The bike, owned by Bob Hartline, of Belleville, Illinois, won first place in the “Cruiser Mild Custom” class on Saturday.


A close-up of entry No. 163, a 2014 Vintage Indian Chief, shows precision of detail. Bob Hartline, the bike’s owner, said the motorcycle has been featured in numerous newspapers and in “Thunder Road” magazine. Hartline added the bike won 36 motorcycle show awards from April through November in 2015.


Sam Burcham, left, a member of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association and Chris Bowman, both of Windsor, look over entry No. 137, a Harley Davidson 2013 street glide, while at the Show-Me Bike Show Saturday. The show was hosted by the Sedalia Motorcycle Association in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD020816BikeShow-1.jpgSam Burcham, left, a member of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association and Chris Bowman, both of Windsor, look over entry No. 137, a Harley Davidson 2013 street glide, while at the Show-Me Bike Show Saturday. The show was hosted by the Sedalia Motorcycle Association in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

Show-Me Bike Show judge, Dave Jordan of Lake Ozark, tallies the score for entry No. 169, a 2006 Honda, equipped with a skull helmet, on Saturday. He was one of three judges for the show. Jordan, who owns Dave’s Rod Shop, said he builds street rods and bikes.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD020816BikeShow-2.jpgShow-Me Bike Show judge, Dave Jordan of Lake Ozark, tallies the score for entry No. 169, a 2006 Honda, equipped with a skull helmet, on Saturday. He was one of three judges for the show. Jordan, who owns Dave’s Rod Shop, said he builds street rods and bikes.

Bob Knapp, of Sedalia, looks at entry No. 163, a 2014 Indian Chief Vintage, painted ‘57 Chevy Tropical Turquoise,” at the Show-Me Bike Show on Saturday on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The bike, owned by Bob Hartline, of Belleville, Illinois, won first place in the “Cruiser Mild Custom” class on Saturday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD020816BikeShow-3.jpgBob Knapp, of Sedalia, looks at entry No. 163, a 2014 Indian Chief Vintage, painted ‘57 Chevy Tropical Turquoise,” at the Show-Me Bike Show on Saturday on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The bike, owned by Bob Hartline, of Belleville, Illinois, won first place in the “Cruiser Mild Custom” class on Saturday.

A close-up of entry No. 163, a 2014 Vintage Indian Chief, shows precision of detail. Bob Hartline, the bike’s owner, said the motorcycle has been featured in numerous newspapers and in “Thunder Road” magazine. Hartline added the bike won 36 motorcycle show awards from April through November in 2015.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD020816BikeShow-4.jpgA close-up of entry No. 163, a 2014 Vintage Indian Chief, shows precision of detail. Bob Hartline, the bike’s owner, said the motorcycle has been featured in numerous newspapers and in “Thunder Road” magazine. Hartline added the bike won 36 motorcycle show awards from April through November in 2015.

Sam Burcham, left, a member of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association and Chris Bowman, both of Windsor, look over entry No. 137, a Harley Davidson 2013 street glide, while at the Show-Me Bike Show Saturday. The show was hosted by the Sedalia Motorcycle Association in the Agriculture Building on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

Show-Me Bike Show judge, Dave Jordan of Lake Ozark, tallies the score for entry No. 169, a 2006 Honda, equipped with a skull helmet, on Saturday. He was one of three judges for the show. Jordan, who owns Dave’s Rod Shop, said he builds street rods and bikes.

Bob Knapp, of Sedalia, looks at entry No. 163, a 2014 Indian Chief Vintage, painted ‘57 Chevy Tropical Turquoise,” at the Show-Me Bike Show on Saturday on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. The bike, owned by Bob Hartline, of Belleville, Illinois, won first place in the “Cruiser Mild Custom” class on Saturday.

A close-up of entry No. 163, a 2014 Vintage Indian Chief, shows precision of detail. Bob Hartline, the bike’s owner, said the motorcycle has been featured in numerous newspapers and in “Thunder Road” magazine. Hartline added the bike won 36 motorcycle show awards from April through November in 2015.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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