Motorcycle, Quad and Powersport enthusiasts! Get ready to enjoy the Progressive International Motorcycle Show and the World Championship ICE Racing Series! They are coming to Seattle this weekend!
Progressive International Motorcycle Show
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
December 14, 15 and 16
Friday, 3pm – 8pm
Saturday, 9:30am – 8pm
Sunday, 10am – 5pm
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101
This motorcycle extravaganza is revved up even more, with entertainment for the entire family to enjoy and experience the world of all things powersports! Experience a nationwide motorcycle extravaganza with something for every powersports lifestyle. See the latest gear and accessories, new 2013 models, the largest custom bike competition, great features, vintage, demo rides and so much more!
It’s the best place to experience the latest in gear, aftermarket parts and accessories, see the all-new models from major manufacturers, enjoy rider seminars at the Hub and much more. Tickets are available online. Kids ages 11 and under are FREE on Sunday, December 16.READ MORE: Stimulus Check Update: Should You Expect A Fourth Relief Payment?
FIRE on ICE World Championship ICE Racing Series at Comcast Arena
Saturday, December 15
2000 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
North America’s top Motorcycle and Quad racers are busy preparing their fastest machines to compete in this year’s World Championship chase. These elite athletes will be competing in ICE racing’s two Professional Divisions.MORE NEWS: Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial Live
The lightning fast state-of-the-art Manufacturers World Cup Motorcycles and the wild and unpredictable ICE Unlimited Outlaw Quads (highly modified 4-wheel ATV’s). All of these high powered machines will be equipped with razor sharp steel studded tires allowing for them to achieve incredible speeds on ice but also adding an element of danger not present in dirt track racing. The First Lady of ICE Racing, Mandy “Wild Child” Brodil Cervantes, will defend her five World Championship titles, more than any other rider in either pro division. Tickets start at $15/adults, $8/kids, available online or by phone.