Show Nuff

Just about two months remain until our 11th Annual Custom Bike Show and we’re received some very interesting pre-entry photos from builders both professional and amateur. Our man Sean Skinner will be up from his shop, Moto Relic in Virginia to display has latest creation, a stunner of a Yamaha RD400 two-stroke that he’s just recently finished. Skinner’s machines- which exhibit a wild combination of futuristic cafe racer tech with old school rideability – have twice rolled away with our Best in Show trophy and a hefty sack full of prizes. There’s plenty of worthwhile competition in each of our six judged classes, but Skinner always seems to bring a bike that grabs the public’s attention. Speaking of attention, lots of it has been paid to where exactly attendees can park their cars – we’re happy to announce that there’s free parking for cars in the upper lot of the adjacent Sewickley YMCA on Blackburn Road all day, with room for your trailers if you happen to be towing bikes in. Get those wrenches ready as August 11 is fast approaching.,

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