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March 17 - Boogie East Chopper Show


Get ready to party!

Builder Show & Ride in Show

Motorcycles 1984 & earlier.

5$ per bike for ride in show.

Located at Annie Oakley's Saloon - 1481 N U.S. Hwy 1, Ormond Beach, FL 

Prizes will be given out to both shows.

Stay tuned for more info.

Artwork: Richard Minino VNM

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Buy, Sell, Swap! All makes and models of motorcycles and parts welcome. Rain or shine, we still swap! The Arizona Cycle Swap is held in the parking lot of Big Surf Waterpark - 1500 N McClintock Dr. Tempe, AZ 85281. Please note, there is no McClintock Dr. exit when traveling westbound on the 202. Open to public 8 am to 12 pm. $5 Entry per person- Children under 12 are free.


Vending Info: Vendor set up and is from 7:00 am to 8:00 am.  Only paid vendors who enter in a vehicle through the vendor gate will be allowed in at this time.  One vehicle is allowed per vendor space and is required to park for the duration in the vending space.  Due to traffic flow, we cannot allow drop offs or load ins from multiple vehicles.  If you are purchasing a spot with your buddies, be sure to load all parts into one vehicle prior to arriving at the swap, otherwise each vehicle will have to purchase a swap space in order to enter.

Single Vendor spaces are 27 x 18 and will accommodate 1 vehicle and your goods. Vehicles with trailers are required to purchase two spots. Cost: preregister $25 - Day of $30

Double spaces are 54 x 18 and will accommodate larger vehicles and are required for vehicles pulling trailers Cost: Preregister $50 - Day of $60

Preregister for vending spaces here.

Free Parking

Follow Arizona Cycle Swap on Instagram for more information and updates!

New feature: Inside Strange Cycle

Article by Lisa Ballard - Photos by Benny Stucker


I had the opportunity to meet Alex Rindskopf at the very first Fuel Cleveland. He pulled up on his long, custom '73 CB 750 along side his girlfriend, Anna Lee. I was welcomed with the warmest hug and the world’s biggest smile. I’ve been following Alex’s world via Instagram, and it was nice to meet him in person.




I have always dug his builds and his work ethics so I thought it would be fitting to get to know the talent behind Strange Cycle. Enjoy!

This weekend folks!


The Cycle Showcase STL is a two day event celebrating the art and history of motorcycling from all over the world. The goal of the event is twofold: to change the mainstream perception of cycle enthusiasts while weaving together the various cycle subcultures.The Cycle Showcase STL highlights the latest and greatest additions to some of the nation’s premier motorcycle collections and shops, as well as historically significant motorbikes from around the world. European, Japanese, and of course, American iron of all disciplines are on display in this once a year invitational event. From its inception, Cycle Showcase STL has been designed to appeal to all ages and demographics, from parents exposing their children to the creativity of artistic bike builders to history buffs taking a 2-wheel journey back in time.


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Rolling Heavy Magazine 9 & 10 Split Issue


In this SPLIT issue of Rolling Heavy Magazine:
Rolling Heavy Magazine #009 (28 Pages)
USA Desert Generator
Headin My Way w/ Brittney Von Bossy
Vans At The Bay 5
Israel's VANTQUE - A chopper 3rd Gen Ford by Israel Perez DIRTQUAKE
Van Jams
Lonnies - A 2nd Gen Chevy by Seth Mares

Rolling Heavy Magazine #010 (28 Pages) UK
Andy Porter's 1972 Econoline A Mid Dodge in the UK
Adam Blackbourne's 1972 Tradesman
Dan Haines 73 E100
Ask Captain Heavy
CB SLANGUAGE
Steve Elder's 1974 E300 ( Wind On The Water)
GreaserRama Rob Kilham's UKA100 & More!!! 
56 Pages of Van Madness!!!!
THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT!!!
SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESS!!!!
MADE IN AMERICA!!!!!!
BUY IT HERE!!!!

New Venue for Fuel Cleveland 2017


We strive to always keep Fuel Cleveland fresh, interesting, and entertaining each year. This being our 3rd year, we aimed big and snagged up a humongous warehouse on the East Side of downtown Cleveland, just off of East 55th St. The Ingenuity Festival has been celebrating artist culture in Northeast Ohio since 2009. After taking one look at their new building, and knowing about their passion for the arts, we knew right away that we had to make their new building the home for Fuel Cleveland 2017.


Address: 5401 Hamilton ave. Cleveland, OH 44114

The atmosphere of the entire compound is really amazing. Just walking into the main space of the building you can feel the inspiration from so many different Cleveland artists that rent spaces there. There's spaces dedicated to metal work, fine arts, and they even have an entire wood shop collaborative space there. Cleveland Creative Collaborative is what they called the entire building and you could see why with how much it felt like a elaborate creative community. Walking further into the building we learned our friends at Skid Mark Garage had even set up their new shop in one of the spaces that this massive Ingenuity Fest building has to offer.

This year's show is completely FREE for everyone of all ages to attend. We wanted to give a huge thank you to our sponsors for making that possible for everyone. Thank you again Lincoln Electric, Old Bike Barn and Cheap Thrills Good Times for all of your help so far with this year's show. With out you guys none of this could even be possible!!

Here just a small sample of what this year's venue looks like.

Just part of the outside parking and vending area
One of three large bays
Cleveland industrial atmosphere

Wow



This is the lower leg support area on a V-Twin evo sportster hardtail.  Scary stuff out there.

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