With fewer manufacturers represented at this year's IMS in NYC's Javits Center -- Ducati, Triumph, KTM, and Indian Motorcycles were noticeably absent on the corporate side -- the annual motorcycle show seemed a little smaller. But enthusiasm definately surrounded the Harley Davidson booth, which featured several of their new Livewire electric offerings. And nice weather this weekend translated into larger crowds, even for the event's public opening Friday at 2PM.

Locals were well represented with a vibrant vintage section featuring booths and bikes from The Miss-Fires, ARHMA, & the USCRA, and DIY workshops from MotorGrrl Garage. And the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show saw entries from perennial winners A&J Cycles and first-timer and Motofellas rep Pete Inga, who brought his 1980 Shovelhead FXB chopper.

The gallery below features images from the media day, Friday, Dec. 5, and more moto goodness from Sunday, Dec. 7.