M1 PowerSports is calling all owners of Café Racers to join in a celebration of custom and historic motorcycles when the Café Racer Village is opened up as part of the Big Kahuna Atlanta, scheduled for the weekend of April 20 to 22.
The Café Racer Village will be a special corral at the AMA Pro Road Racing event, focused exclusively on showcasing Café Racers and the builders that create them, featuring live music, local builders, vendors and a custom Café bike show.
"I've seen some of the Café Racers people are building in their garages these days and it just amazes me," says Cameron Gray, CEO of M1 PowerSports. "Everything from classic Nortons to Harley-Davidsons and Hondas; each machine is a work of art and for the most part, there are no two that are alike. We want to welcome them to the Big Kahuna family so we can all join in to celebrate their heritage and allow the owners to show off their bikes."
Owners of Café Racers are invited to join the celebration by riding or trailering their machines to the event and parking them on display. "The Café bikes and owners are such a fun and funky group," says Bryan Fuller of Fuller Hot Rods, Atlanta. "I'll be bringing my Café bikes out to the Big Kahuna Atlanta for sure; what better place than Road Atlanta to see the hottest trend in motorcycles up close and personal?
Tickets for the Big Kahuna Atlanta begin at $20 and are available from the M1 PowerSports Big Kahuna Atlanta event page.
Posted by Holly Wagner
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