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MotorcyclesCustom Motorcycles Of The 2019 Handbuilt Motorcycle Show

11:30  21 april  2019
11:30  21 april  2019 Source:   cycleworld.com

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The top customs from Austin, Texas’ premier custom motorcycle exhibition, The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show , put on by Revival Cycles . Now in its sixth year, the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show has cemented its place as one of the most influential custom shows in the US.

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Sometimes we revive old motorcycles , and sometimes they revive us. Every April for the last 6 years, Revival Cycles plays host to a moto gathering that quite literally brings one After a quick check in at the hotel, and a not-so-quick check in at the hotel bar – we were off to the Handbuilt kickstart party.

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Now in its sixth year, the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show has cemented its place as one of the most influential custom shows in the US. What started as an extension of Portland’s The One Motorcycle Show has grown into a beast entirely its own and uniquely encapsulates its home city of Austin, Texas. At the center of the show is one shop, Revival Cycles, not only pushing its show to be the best it can be, but also bringing wild and beautiful custom models built in its Texas workshop.

There were several themes that could be traced through this year’s Handbuilt Show: unpainted bikes with raw or polished metal exteriors, two-strokes, and, of course, trackers. There were choppers, vintage restorations, some wild trikes and dragbikes, but the majority of bikes were function-focused and seemed to be very rideable. Builds blending high-performance parts with show-bike aesthetics were around every corner.

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The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas, thrown by Revival Cycles , is a heavily curated show featuring really creative custom bikes from While this weekend’s numbers are still out, we can assume it hosted a similar amount of people, judging by the ever-present line down the side of the

The Haas Moto Museum, known for snatching up some of the most well-known and exotic custom motorcycles of the last decade, brought out a handful of said motorcycles to be displayed in its own section near the show’s entrance, immediately setting the tone as patrons walked through the doors. Moto Guzzi, Indian Motorcycle, and BMW were all sponsors of the show as well, but it was the German motor company that really stole the show with its BMW prototype-based build “The Birdcage,” built by Revival Cycles.

Custom Motorcycles Of The 2019 Handbuilt Motorcycle Show© Morgan Gales Beautiful lobster-scale welds on One-Up Motorcycles’ custom BMW R65.

The Birdcage, inspired by the Maserati Tipo 61, is based around the same BMW prototype engine that Custom Works Zon built on to win Best in Show at the Mooneyes Yokohama Show—the R18. This massive air-cooled powerplant is not only daunting because of its size, but because of the importance and secrecy of working around an unreleased BMW motor. We don’t have any details on this engine yet but hope to soon, as BMW continues to hint at real concepts and a production model.

This is the last custom show on our schedule until we head out to The Quail Gathering next month. Be sure to check out Handbuilt’s website for more info on next year’s show, and click here for more info on the Quail–—hope to see you there!

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