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The Moto XXMM exhibition in San Francisco

You should harry up if you want to see this exhibition of 20 award winning custom bikes at San Francisco' s Museum of Craft and Design. There are a few bikes that have been in Inazuma Cafe over the years and several other beauties from outstanding builders. The exhibition was curated by eHugo Eccles of Untitled Motorcycles. Too bad that the exhibition has been derailed by Covid, but the museum has generously put a 3D 'interactive' tour option on their website. 
 

The custom motorcycle scene has exploded over the past decade, transitioning from a fringe pursuit into a mainstream phenomenon. MOTO MMXX displayed custom motorcycles that epitomize and represent some of the best contemporary examples of this resurgence. Featuring motorcycles from around the globe, the exhibition showcased innovative international builders, cutting-edge custom motorcycles, as well as material samples, models, sketches, and renderings that unveiled the creative process behind the final product.
 
Participating Builders: Alexandru ‘Bibu’ Maslin, DesmoBIBU; Jens vom Brauck, JvB-moto; Matt Chambers, Jordan Cornille; Jason Cormier, Curtiss Motorcycles; Alex Earle, Earle Motors; Hugo Eccles, Untitled Motorcycles; Aaron Shaun Guardado, Suicide Machine Co.; Kurosu Kaichiroh, Cherry’s Co.; Satya Kraus, Kraus Motor Co.; Ernest Lee, Combat Motors; Mike Mayberry, Ronin; Joey Ruiter, J.Ruiter; J. Shia, Madhouse Motors; Shinya Kimura, Chabott Engineering; Walt Siegl, Walt Siegl Motorcycles; Cristian Sosa, Sosa Metalworks; Kurt Walter, Icon 1000; Jack Watkins, Watkins Motorworks; Bill Webb, Huge Design; and Jay Wen; Jack Beresford, ETT.
The FrankenBlast by Bibu and the Confederate B120 Wraith
1950 Panhead by Sosa Metalworks
Kraus Shovelhead
Suicide Machine Co's Harley XG750

JVB Ducati Pantah

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