Thursday, August 19, 2010
So with new developments and some big changes, I am going to work on this project for the coming spring, as to do it proper. Stay tuned for updates, details, and location pics......
Posted by Anonymous at 9:04 AM
Saturday, February 13, 2010
This is a bike show for the working class, no bling bikes allowed, if you don't ride it, you can't show it, period. I will be checking every bike as it comes in the day of the show. This is for the first time rider, the curious, or the lifers. Its about supporting and showcasing Louisville bike community, and all the creative types and everyone else interested. I am focusing on showing the midwest what an amazing diverse community louisville has, and this is where im starting. Going to surrounding cities this summer to tell them about us and to show them how good it can be. Additions so far is the wonderful band the Lady birds!, Rachel French will be doing a corset show with live models and we are working on great local food with NABC beer! Stay tuned.
Posted by Anonymous at 10:56 AM
Monday, February 1, 2010
Sunday, January 31, 2010
There is a version of the poster out there with a solid date, but no date is set in stone as of yet. We just got too stoked and jumped the gun with that poster. The date is more likely to be on the last weekend of september, but like I said, no date is in stone yet. We'll be lockin' it in soon, though, so keep checking in.
Posted by nic at 5:41 PM
Sunday, January 24, 2010
This is going to be the "HUB", so to speak, for information concerning the show. So far, we have a spot and things are looking like it's going to be a pretty stellar event. Will have pre sale Indoor warehouse spaces, limited quantity, then outside spaces available pre sale as well. Local motorcycle influenced art lining the walls, local bands outside, food and NABC beer, local coffee, a Burlesque show and more to come. We are going to lead the way in the midwest, our goal is to make Louisville the Motorcycle Mecca for the Midwest, featuring daily riders, working class people, local talent, and supporting our economy and leading by example. No more segregation, time for us all to come together and enjoy and support one another. Let's show em all how it's done! If you are interested in sponsoring the show, entering your bike or artwork, or if you want to be a vendor, feel free to contact Joe Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nic Whitaker (email@example.com). Motorcycle entry fee is $20. Free to enter artwork. There will also be a limited amount of motorcycle risers available for an extra cost, so if you want your bike to be on a riser in the show, you can let us know.
Posted by nic at 8:00 PM