2018 HANDBUILT MOTORCYCLE SHOW SPONSORED BY MOTO GUZZI USA
The 5th Annual Event Continues Partnership of 5 years, Now Includes Thursday Kick Start Party
WHAT: 2018 Handbuilt Motorcycle Show sponsored by Moto Guzzi
WHERE: Austin American Statesman 305 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704
WHEN: Thursday, April 19th, 7-10pm (Pre-Party at South Congress Hotel)
Friday, April 20th, 6pm-12am
Saturday, April 21st, 12pm-12am
Sunday, April 22nd, 12pm-6pm
HOW: RSVP at www.handbuiltmotorcycleshow.com
Scheduled to coincide with the 2018 MotoGP Round at Circuit of the Americas, Revival Cycles will be hosting the fifth annual Handbuilt Motorcycle Show, continuing sponsorship with Moto Guzzi, the only manufacturer to support the show since its inception. The show continues as a fixture of the race weekend, providing world-class custom motorcycles and entertainment, suitable for all-ages, right in the heart of Austin, TX.
As a celebration of motorcycle heritage and design, The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show presents a wide variety of unique machines, from vintage road racing motorcycles to modern customs and everything in between. For 2018, the show jumps to a new location, at the Austin-American Statesman, 305 S Congress Avenue, giving patrons an even larger and more engaging celebration of machines.
To get the race weekend into gear, Moto Guzzi will present the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show Kick-Start Party, Thursday, April 19, 7-10pm at the South Congress Hotel – 1603 S. Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704.
Moto Guzzi USA will display their own custom motorcycles, developed as a part of the V9 Pro Build project, each models origin built from stock Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber or Roamer motorcycle. The V9 Pro Builds include customs by Handbuilt organizer’s Revival Cycles (Austin, TX), Craig Rodsmith (Chicago, IL), Moto Studio (Miami, FL), and Untitled Motorcycles (San Francisco, CA).
Additionally, for the first time in the United States, Moto Guzzi will display the 2018 Moto Guzzi V7III Milano, V7III Rough, V7III Carbon Dark, and V7III Carbon Shine.
More information about The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show, and its sponsors available at: http://www.handbuiltmotorcycleshow.com