Fuel Cleveland is an invitational show for motorcycle builders, rare bike owners, painters, and photographers that will be held Saturday, May 9, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. Fuel Cleveland is organized and put together in partnership by Lowbrow Customs, The Gasbox, and Forever The Chaos Life. This is the very first show of it's kind to take place in Cleveland, Ohio - the center hub of the Rust Belt. The goal of this show is to highlight the artistic side and culture of motorcycles, all while celebrating, paying respect to, and honoring the industry and it's crafts by carefully curating it and presenting it to the interested masses. The show takes place in an industrial warehouse just blocks from Lake Erie, provides the perfect urban, gritty setting for this Great Lakes focused event. It is a free event.
Fuel Cleveland will include dozens of motorcycles from the Midwest, from ground-up, custom-built choppers to rare, historic and exotic bikes rarely seen outside of the owner's personal collection. Biltwell Gringo-S helmets painted by twelve of the top artists and painters in the motorcycle scene will be spread throughout the warehouse space, amongst bikes and photography. In addition, many prints from fifteen of the scene's talented and hard-working photographers will be throughout, highlighting the lifestyle and machines of today’s diverse motorcycle culture.
|Photo by Heath Braun|
Plans are in the works for a Friday night party, as well as a ride through Cleveland's Flats along the Cuyahoga River, amongst the old steel yards and bridges, to an after party Saturday evening. Stay tuned as we start posting interviews and photos of invited builders, photographers, and painters.
|Photo by Mikey Revolt|