THE 8th ANNUAL CYCLE SHOWCASE STL RETURNS
TO CITY FOUNDRY FEBRUARY 11 & 12
The 8th Annual Cycle Showcase STL is a two-day event celebrating the art and history of motorcycling from all over the world with rare and custom bikes.
The goal of the event has always focused on changing the mainstream perception of cycle enthusiasts while weaving together the various cycle subcultures. Everyone from racers and long-distance touring riders to historical restoration buffs and hand-built motorcycle designers will be represented.
The all-ages event takes place Saturday, February 11 from 11am – 7 pm and Sunday, February 12 from 11 am – 4 pm at City Foundry located at 3730 Foundry Way in St. Louis.
Cost to attend the showcase is $10 for adults, which gives you a wristband for both days. Children ages 15 and under are free. Tickets are only sold at the door.
“Racers, riders, restorers, historians, artists, and craftsmen — everyone is represented and all are welcome at Cycle Showcase STL,” says Event Founder Randall Noldge. “This year, we are excited to announce we are hosting 20 never-before-seen motorcycles which will be unveiled every 15 minutes. Plus, The Traveling Chopper himself, Charlie Weisel, will be our featured guest on Saturday. We are thrilled he’s making a stop in St. Louis!” Weisel will host a Chopper Chat to discuss his journey covering 48 states, 29 countries, and counting.
The Cycle Showcase event will feature 50+ historically significant, hand-crafted works of two-wheeled art. Museums and private collections from across the country will come together to display a wide range of motorcycles, with an emphasis on the beauty in both the design and engineering.
Cycle Showcase is also home to a variety of motorcycle-related pieces of artwork exhibited right alongside beautiful bikes in an art gallery atmosphere. Cycle Showcase is excited for the opportunity to show the motorcycle community from an artist’s perspective. Up and coming local artists, crafters and vendors are scheduled to appear.
The Smooches for Pooches Doggie Kissing Booth is back! Pucker up for the pups and help raise money for Dirk’s Fund, a non-profit, large breed dog rescue facility located in Pacific, MO.