Boy the heat was on this year in the mountains and I don’t mean because of Mountainfest 2011 and the Cycle Source Chopper show. It was a blazing hot 4 days but that did not keep anyone from checking Mountainfest 2011 out or bringing their bike for the chopper show. It was a huge hit this year! More bikes and people this year than any other year.
The builder showcase was a big hit, thanks to all of the builders who came out. Pandemonium Custom Choppers, Nash, The Factory Metal Works, Bare Knuckle Choppers, Spitfire Customs, Loaded Gun Customs, Sully’s Customs, Kundratic, RetroPowder Metal works, Sikpipes, Gangster Choppers, Wiskybilt,
If you were not able to check it out this year make plans for next year because it is growing like wildfire and I am sure it will be an even better event next year. So mark your calendars next year July 26th 2012 thru July 29th 2012. Check the website for the Entertainment next year. www.wvmountainfest.com
Thanks to all of the cats that brought their rides out to be in the show. There were some badass bikes this year almost too hard to pick a winner.
Check back later for the winners.
Just got home from Wauseon National Meet that is a pretty cool event. Lots of cool old stuff and lots of people to talk to.
Just about anything you wanted you could find if it was related to any old motorcycle.
Young and old alike, watching the young kids with the sparkle in their eye on what they want to build. Makes you take a step back and think about things for a minute then you remember where you came from.
We had such a good time that we already are making plans to go back next year. So if you are going to be in the area, stop on by.
Pandemonium Made some noise while we were there so check back to see.
The Limpnickie Lot was at Vintage Torque Fest in Iowa this past weekend.
Very cool show, great people and lots of cool bikes and cars.
Started off the weekend with a great welcome from the event manager John. He took care of us and got us all set up on our own little strip of the event that was separate from the car show. This turned out to be awesome there was a great turnout of bikes from around the area, couldn’t imagine the amount of cool custom bikes in the Midwest. Saturday was a great day with huge crowds passed out tons of Builders Manuals and sold some T-Shirts. We ended the day and the event with a Motorcycle Drive in Theater showing some vintage Motorcycle Movies. This was a awesome end to the weekend. Sunday got all packed up and headed on the road to home. Took a little detour to the National Motorcycle Museum VERY COOL> I could have spent a good day in there but we needed to get back on the road.
Thanks to everyone who came out. Hope to see you again next year.