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Fuel Cleveland 2020 Bike & Artist Submissions


If you have a bike you think is worthy of showing off or you have a new build in the works and are interested in debuting it at Fuel Cleveland, here's your chance to be a part of our show in 2020. All you have to do is submit some high quality photos of your bike or project in the works, along with some background information about the bike or build and yourself to fuelcleveland@gmail.com. We will be making selections in March / April and will email everyone back who has submitted regardless if we selected your bike to be in the show or not. We hate that there is a selection process but there is only so much room in the show and we have to keep the selections diverse. We wish every single one of the bikes submitted could be in the show, but it's just not possible. One of the greatest things about Fuel Cleveland though, is even if the bike doesn't make it into the inside part of the show, the outside of the building becomes another show entirely. So if you don't get selected, still plan on coming out and showing that bike off! Thousands of people will still get to see it along with countless motorcycle media outlets.

The same goes for submitting art and photography. To possibly be a part of Fuel Cleveland all you have to do is submit a few examples of your art work to fuelcleveland@gmail.com and talk about how motorcycles influence you and your work. We again will be making selections in March / April and get back to you regardless if we can put your work in the show or not. Also, artwork and photography this year will be displayed along side a new exhibit coming to Fuel called Maiden Moto Art show which highlights leading women motorcycle riders who are also artists.

Happy submitting everyone and thank you for your interest in being a part of Fuel Cleveland 2020.

Below are some examples of bikes and art in that have been in the show. Photos courtesy of David Carlo and Ryan Handt.
















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