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First Annual Locked 'n Lodi

Words and photos by Holly Anderson / Basket Case Magazine

 

 

The beginning of April marks the end of a wet winter and the unofficial start to event season here in NorCal. No better way to start than with a custom bike and van show located in in the small farming town of Lodi, California.  Just a few shifts south of Sacramento, the good folks over at TRIco hosted the First Annual Locked'n Lodi on the main drag of the town. 

 

 

Folks from all around California showed up in enclaves to show off their builds, lining the old town streets with huge machines.  Dynas, choppers, and vans were on display, as well as some awesome hand curated vendors and builders including Hardcase Performance, Kilroy Vintage, Basket Case Magazine, Denver’s Choppers, and a host of other awesome people hustling their wares.

 

 

For their first event, TRIco really set it off with invited builders from the area including San Franciscan Dave Sharf who won Best in Show for his Shovelhead, and one lucky @roasti.toasti.boi winning a frame from Paughco!  Pre and Post event parties, as well as the NorCal Swap in Sacto on Sunday turned it into a weekend-long event of badass biker shit for NorCal.  Thanks for the crew at Trico for the start of an awesome Annual Event to kick off the season! We are looking forward to more great times and rides next year.

 

 

See more coverage in an upcoming issue of Basket Case Magazine!

Holly

Basket Case Magazine / Facebook / @basket_case_magazine

Locked'n Lodi / @lockednlodi


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Commented on 5-9-2019 At 01:13 pm
 

cant wait for next year when the van is running

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