NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Motorcycle enthusiasts of all ages won’t want to miss this year’s Northeast Motorcycle Expo series, the largest all model motorcycle show in New England. This year, Kev-Marv Productions, LLC, Perewitz Inc, and Bikers for the Cure will join forces to raise money for the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation. Starting in Hartford, two of the industries rising stars, Jody Perewitz and Sara Liberte, will be constructing a bobber style custom creation. The young stars will be working onsite, building a hot ride for charity.

All of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation. Stop by to meet Jody and Sara, see them working and be entertained by their humorous antics as they build the bobber for a cure. Connecticut Expo Center, Hartford January 5 and 6, 2008.

Master bike builder, Dave Perewitz, will also be at the Hartford show. For over 30 years, Dave has been designing and constructing motorcycles, placing him in an elite group of builders. He has been on the cover of Easy Rider and Hot Rod Bikes. As the two-time winner of Discovery Channel’s Biker Build-off, he has blasted the industry with aesthetically pleasing, performance machines. Dave has also built bikes for Hulk Hogan, Kyle Petty, Rubin Brown, and numerous other celebrities. Come meet this down to earth builder at our Hartford Show. He will be adorned with numerous custom creations for your viewing pleasure.

Michelle Smith, host of the Speed Channel’s American Thunder will also be attending the Northeast Motorcycle Expo in Hartford, CT. Ms. Smith has been gracing the industry with her presence for over 10 years. American Thunder, through the eyes of Michelle Smith, takes viewers all over the nation on rides, special events, and shows. Stop by and meet this fascinating motorcycle chic. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to have your picture taken with her!

Attendees will also enjoy attractions such as the “Best of the Northeast” custom bike show, which features more than 50 custom-made motorcycle entries competing for $3,500 in cash prizes and the top titles in categories ranging from “Best Engine,” “Best Chrome,” “Best of Show,” “Judges Choice,” “Peoples Choice,” “Promoters Choice,” and “Kid’s Choice.” From bikes with dazzling designs to powerful engines, the “Best of the Northeast” exhibits the region’s most impressive custom built motorcycles.

In keeping with this exhilarating atmosphere, we have a special musical guest that will be performing on Saturday evening, King Norris from the Howard Stern show. King Norris has appeared with Ozzy Osbourne/Ozz Fest, Motorhead, Dick Dale, Sammy Hagar, Styx, Mountain, and many more.

During the day on Saturday and Sunday, attendees will also be entertained by the smooth sounds of R.B. Gunn. The Kev-Marv models will be on site for photographs with the big kids and for the younger kids, Lollipop the clown will be in the building.

A new addition to our entertainment this year, Kev-Marv Productions will be hosting a bull riding competition. You can compete to be the Northeast Motorcycle Expo Best Bull-rider of the Show! Hang-on and stay-on is all you have to do.

Showcasing dozens of pristine motorcycles, the Northeast Motorcycle Expo also features over 100 exhibitors offering an unprecedented variety of products for the avid or novice motorcyclist. Hundreds of new models, motorcycle accessories, leather riding fashions and collectible merchandise will all be available to consumers throughout the two-day event.

Admission to THE NORTHEAST MOTORCYCLE EXPO is $15 for adults, $7 for children 6-12 yrs old, and children under 6 yrs are free. Expo hours are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Connecticut Expo is located off Exit #33 (Jennings Rd.) off Interstate 91 (one exit north of 84/91 interchange).

For further information contact: 1-877-BIKEXPO (877-245-3976) or

Valerie G, editor at CANW
Valerie G has been an editor with California Newswire for several years, is a gifted theremin player, can quote copious lines from 'Red Dwarf' and also knows where her towel is. Oddly, she does not drive, nor does she take the bus. She identifies as both human and democrat.