This year's Calgary Motorcycle Show was likely one of the most successful shows we have had since we started in 2007. It was definitely Trillion Industries' biggest showing with a larger booth and at least twice the amount of traffic of previous years. Keeping up our presence at the shows and a continued original work has started to really pay-off for Trillion Industries.
Another draw to the Trillion Booth this year was the fact that we had customs covering four major fields in the industry. Derek's British Bobber (pure rolling artwork), The Bike Called "9" (American V-Twin conceptual), The CB - 650 (a Japanese sport bike living it's second life as a futuristic Euro Cafe-Racer) and lastly project "Raquel" (a full-out land speed race bike for Bonneville Salt).
But the most important part of the show is our fans, friends, and motorcycle industry family. . Derek and the boys thoroughly enjoyed getting the chance to see everyone who stopped by to see our work and support us in doing what we are truly passionate about. Without you this show would not have been the success it was. Special thanks to Wade Miller (Too Tall Custom Paint) for coming down from Landis, Sask and our bro Greg Williams for featuring Derek in this years CM Show spot in the Herald.
It's going to be an exciting year! Come back here or follow Derek on Twitter (@derekpauletto) for the latest. Cheers!