I’ve never given motorcycles much attention before. Sure, I know a Harley-Davidson when I see one but that’s about the extent of it. However, Friday night’s event, hosted by Tribeza Magazine and Revival Cycles definitely helped me see bikes in a whole new light.
This event highlighted the custom and vintage motorcycles created by Revival’s team of experts consisting of a formally-trained engineer, an artist and a designer.
“It is our belief that the motorcycle should be more than a machine; it is an aesthetic expression that demonstrates the beauty of purposeful form”
The evening also featured an art installation by Ryan Rhodes and Caleb Owen Everitt of LAND as well as pop up shops from local retailers. Traveller Denim Company’s pop up included the vintage sewing machines used to make their handmade custom jeans.
I left the event with a new appreciation for the beauty and romance of expertly restored vintage motorcycles, unquestionably an art form of its own.