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Fuel Cleveland 2017

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Good times and great bikes in neighboring Cleveland
Words by Kurt Diserio — Photos by Alexa Diserio
We ventured northwest to check out Fuel Cleveland in late July, an invitational custom motorcycle show put together by the great folks at Lowbrow Customs, The Gasbox, and Forever the Chaos Life. The show was perfectly curated with a selection of mind-blowing motorcycles that I’m sure caused many attendees to impulsively jump on Craigslist and start a new build. I even overheard an old time biker complimenting the wide array of custom bikes on display, noting the mix of Triumph and Japanese choppers and cafe racers with classic Harley-Davidson and Indian models. Representing Pittsburgh, Brian Petronchak of Revelry Custom Cycles was invited for his beautiful 1966 Triumph TR6.
Fuel Cleveland 2017
The show was held at the Hamilton Building and Skidmark Garage.
Fuel Cleveland 2017
Fuel Cleveland 2017
In addition to the bikes and vendors, Fuel Cleveland showcased artists, painters, and photographers from the industry. With walls displaying custom painted fuel tanks and large photo prints, the show had somewhat of a gallery feel. Crowds gathered outside of the event in all directions throughout the day. Even after leaving, it was easy to spend hours admiring the endless number of garage built bikes that filled the streets and surrounding parking lots. This gave the day another level of excitement and proved that the custom motorcycle community is still alive and thriving like no other.
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Prism Supply
Knucklehead built by Prism Supply.
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Dave Wilt
Beautiful 1957 Triumph Pre-Unit by Dave Wilt.
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Scott Hoepker Chemical Candy Customs
The detail was incredible on this Shovelhead built by Scott Hoepker of Chemical Candy Custom.
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Austin Andrella Yamaha XS650
Yamaha XS650 built by Austin Martin Originals.
Fuel Cleveland Motorcycle Show 2017 Panhead
Harley panhead built by John Wiggins and Ricky Reyes.
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Christian Newman Knucklehead
Eye-opening knucklehead built by Christian Newman.
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Vintage Harley Davidson
1929 Harley-Davidson JD by Roger and Ted Kramer.
Yamaha RD350 two-stroke by Kacey Elkins
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Triumph Pre-Unit
Triumph Pre-Unit built by Choppahead Kustom Cycles
Fuel Cleveland 2017 Vintage Triumph
Revelry Custom Cycles brought this clean 1966 Triumph TR6.
Fuel Cleveland Skidmark Garage
Inside Skidmark Garage
  • FUEL CLEVELAND 2017
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  • THE GASBOX
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  • Words by KURT DISERIO
  • Photos by ALEXA DISERIO
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