Cycle Source Custom Show Moving To The Mountains

Cycle Source Magazine annual custom chopper show that has been held in Pittsburgh for seven years, has now found a new home in Morgantown, West Virginia during their annual Mountain Fest Rally. This previously annual event that attracted 10,000 local riders for a 1-day show promises to have much of the same killer bikes and great judging that it has always featured. There are 56 trophies in 20 separate classes with a Best of Show for Pro and Open divisions and it costs nothing to enter. It will be held on Saturday July 26th at Mylan Park. Registration will begin at 8am and close at 1pm sharp. In addition to the show, professional builders and national celebrities will be on hand all weekend to exhibit their bikes. Names like: Bill Dodge – Bling’s Cycles, Carl Hanlon – Guilty Customs, Pat Patterson – Led Sled Customs, Paul Wideman – Bare Knuckle Choppers, Steve Peffer – Steel City Choppers, Casey – The Paint Chop, John Vyborny – Jax’s Cycles and more…
In addition to the Chopper Show, this rally has some of the best attractions including a $20,000 FREE poker run, 20 different tourism destinations, one of the best antique and vintage displays ever assembled (HONESTLY), entertainment by Kansas and a vintage motorcycle race through the streets of Morgantown on Sunday. All of this, including all parking, comes to the event attendee for the price of $10, yep, a 4-day-event, bikes shows, entertainment and all parking for ten lousy bucks! See more on their website at  Mountain Fest. For the show visit Cycle Source Magazine.

3 Responses to “Cycle Source Custom Show Moving To The Mountains”

  1. 1 Gar Jul 15th, 2008 at 10:35 am

    GOOD MOVE ! Beautiful country, great people and cold American Beer served! It doesn’t get much better than that!

  2. 2 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs Jul 16th, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    We’ve been talking about this event ever since we were invited and really looking forward to seeing some great friends again and eyeballing some cool builds. And what a great place to ride too!

  3. 3 Snakebit Sam Kanish, IronWorks Magazine Jul 20th, 2008 at 12:06 pm

    Sorry to see the show leave the “‘Burgh” but Mountain Fest is a good spot for it to land. Lots of nice riding and friendly folks down there.

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