During Bike Week, most of the next generation of Bike Builders set up their displays at the Limp Nickie Lot. And Chris Callen, publisher and editor of fast growing Cycle Source Magazine had the pretty smart idea to mix these creative builders with some pro-skateboarding exhibitions (on the adjacent Stone Edge Skate park) with an Old School Bike Show running from 12 to 5 Pm on Friday. Although we were warned that conditions were favorable for tornadoes to form above Daytona (one landed south of the city), it didn’t stop the crowd from checking machines ranging from vintage to renovations to new old school. I should add "Crazy School" to qualify the style of a couple of bikes being exhibited in this show. Public got a chance to check the bikes and parts of the following builders: Nash Motorcycle Company, Led Sled Customs, French Kiss Kustoms, Blings Cycles, Detroit Bros, Keino Cycles, Lucky Charm Choppers, Street Smart Cycles, Guilty Customs, Rich Phillips Cycles, Bare Knuckle Choppers., etc.