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DYNA DAYS Vol. 2

After the first dust storm which was Dyna Days in November of 2018, co-founder Steve Edgar and I both knew that moving forward required a new venue. We moved the event to the Perris Fairgrounds in Perris, CA. The new location would offer more opportunity to grow the event in the future. The upgrade in venue incorporated much-needed facilities as well as a minimization for the chances of a repeat haboob all over our attendee’s motorcycles. This ultimately meant we’d be set up to have another kick-ass motorcycle show!
@jonathangriffith
@_loughridge_
Dyna Days Vol. 2 kicked off on the morning of September 15th, 2019. With nearly 60 vendors set up in the show grounds along with a central area reserved for the Speed-Kings Stunt team, spirits were high, and rubber was being roasted before the gates even opened. Attendees walked the rows of vendor booths, took in some stunts, lounged on the grass and were treated to some live music by DJ Super Dreww, The Manson Family Band and Wild the Coyote & Badd Wolf. On top of all the vendors that were selling cutting edge performance upgrades for V-Twins, there were numerous charities in attendance including Ride for Autism, the Warrior Built Foundation, and Moto F.A.M.
@jonathangriffith
@jonathangriffith
Similar to the first Dyna Days event, we again held a bike show dubbed the FX Moto Show. We changed up the format a bit as well as a few of the categories. With the chance to win handmade leather trophies from Red Beard Original, people entered their bikes into the show. The categories included Dyna, FXR, Race-Inspired, Modern Softail and Bagger. “Judge’s Pick” awards were given to the top two contenders of each category and the winners took home the“Best” trophies. Additional awards were presented for the V-Twin Visionary Best in Show as well as the FX Moto Show overall award.
@_loughridge_
@_loughridge_
The cherry on top of this year’s Dyna Days was our 2002 Harley-Davidson FXD giveaway bike. Torn down and rebuilt at Speed-Kings it rocked a fresh black and white acetylene flame paint job by ACPC Riverside. It was also rocking some serious performance upgrades from Biltwell, Patriot Suspension, HardDrive Parts, Legend Suspension, a Speed-Kings chain kit, lights and bars, a Saddlemen seat, Shinko Tires, an S&S air cleaner, and some fresh powder coat and tuning from EPM Racing.
@jonathangriffith
The sun blazed down and the heat kept everyone sweating but the crowd enjoyed themselves. With another year under our belts, we as organizers learn a little something new and we walk away with a bit of knowledge that hopefully translates to an even better event the next year. We can’t wait to be back again next year under the FX Moto Show banner. We’realwayslooking to make the event the best it can possibly be. We’d like to thank our sponsors for their continued support of our show: Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys®, Dixxxon Flannel Co., Speed-Kings, Biltwell, RustyButcher, Harley-Davidson, 805 Beer, Red Beard Original, HardDrive, Memphis Shades, Russ Wernimont Designs, Invisivin, S&S Cycle, TC Bros, Espinoza’s Leather, Plex Audio, SaddlemenSeats, Four Corners Motorcycle Rally and V-Twin Visionary. We can’t wait to see everyone again in 2020!
  @jonathangriffith
  @jonathangriffith
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