Our friends at Ink FX have done it again with their top-quality printing and impeccable service. We love the color detail in the Pacific Coast Highway print. Be sure to swing by their booth and talk to them about your printing needs. They will treat you right!
You can find the event apparel booth by the main gate entrance on December 9th. T-Shirt cost $25, and the hoodie cost $45. Can't make the event, want to order a t-shirt or hoodie in advance, or get one as a gift for someone? Go to https://chopperfest.bigcartel.com/ to order one now and have it shipped. We appreciate your ongoing support.
Irene wasn't kidding when she stated she had an idea for her contribution to the Biltwell Helmet Show. We can't wait to see this baby up close on December 9th. Be sure to give her a follow, @irene_airbrush.
Are you thinking about entering our bike show on December 9th? If your answer is yes, you should act now because space is limited. Every entry receives an event t-shirt and one general admission ticket. The Best in show winner will take home $2500.00 and the best Knucklehead, Panhead, Shovelhead, Antique, and David Mann Memorial award wins $500.00 from our friends at Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys. Day of entry is available, but is not guaranteed. Please click here to move forward. Thank you!
Attention returning vendors - If you would like to reserve your same spot or move closer please submit application and payment by tomorrow, October 10th. After that date, your space will be open to vendors on the waiting list wishing to move closer towards the front. Go to http://chopperfestival.com/vendor.html to secure your spot. Thank you! Photo by Suzetta Anne
We would like to thank our friends at Biltwell Inc. for bringing their crowd-pleasing Helmet Show back to the Chopper Fest. The artists will be using a Biltwell Gringo helmet as their canvas and pay homage to David Mann. Please help us welcome the following artists to the #BiltwellHelmetShow and give them a follow to watch their masterpieces come to life.
We would like to thank the fine folks at Easyriders Magazine and David Mann's family for allowing us to use David's "Pacific Coast Highway" artwork for this year's event. "The Pacific Coast Highway was published in Easyriders Magazine, August 1972. In this illustration camaraderie and power are vividly conceived. Miles of motorcycles create a snake of headlights along the coast of Malibu. Many of Dave's paintings spread new styles throughout the country. Two bikes in front of the pack display stretched frames, and extremely long front ends; a bit of biker style exaggeration." -Easyriders