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MotoSport Plus Re-Opening

Mountain Man & Bubba enjoy the evening's festivities.

May 25th will go down as one of the best parties ever. And it was a real blast for a select few family members into the wee hours of the morning (and you know who you are!)

Steve and Laurie officially re-opened MotoSport Plus in Kingston following a huge expansion, developing separate showrooms for Harley and Honda.

Execs from the two bike-makers were on hand as over 200 specially invited "insiders" enjoyed food, drinks and entertainment. Thanks guys. What a great night!

Bikes ready to roll.

Nice paint job!

Steve thanks all involved in making the expansion a reality.

Laurie works the room.

Stephanie and Amanda enjoy the evening.

Ben and friend strike a pose.

Brothers Steve, Jim and that hairless guy. (How did Nancy get in the picture?)

Maryse, Steph and Lucille.

John, Lucille and Jim take a breather.

For the biker gourmand.

The cake!

Some pretty cool machines, especially if you're into just cruising.


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