Daytona Bike Week. The Limpnickie Lot Is Hot.

limpnicjielotbuildersThe Next Generation is at it again. Back in Daytona for Bike Week, the Limpnickie Lot builders have a whole week of events planned. From paintball wars and a Honda Bash to one of the maddest new chopper shows in Daytona. Tuesday, March 3rd – Motorcycle rights seminar with Rogue, Motorcycle Hall Of Fame Member. At The Lot 10am – Find out what’s going on and how to get involved.

Wednesday, March 4th – Kickstarting & Hand Shifting  seminars with Matt Olsen & Rocky Haltar from the AMCA. 11am-6pm Celebrity Paintball Tournament – Starts At Noon. Stop by the Limpnickie Lot for a sight to be seen. Paintball wars between celebrities from the industry. Who will take the Daytona flag this year?  Free Concert With “Kings Of Hell” At Martinis Chop House Come Hang Out with the lot at Martini’s Just Across the street. Starts at 8pm.  Thursday, March 5th – Riding to Willie’s Tropical Tattoo for the Old School Chopper Show. Meet at the lot at 10am to ride as a group. Friday, March 6th – The 2nd Annual Cycle Source Magazine Daytona Chopper Show. 12 – 6pm -at The lot is located at 1848 South Ridgewood, South Daytona Beach, inside Stone Edge Skate Park. For more information go to Limpnickie Lot.

18 Responses to “Daytona Bike Week. The Limpnickie Lot Is Hot.”

  1. 1 Steve Carr Mar 2nd, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    This is where all the New and Cool Builders are located, on both sides of the street. Go by and say Hi !!! The Staff at Martinis Chop House is second to none, very good people and there is plenty of parking, good music and cold brewski’s, Dont miss the fun there and its without all the high prices. Make sure you pick up a few t-shirts as well from the Lightning Rod Guy’s. Mention Cyril’s blog to the Lightning Rod Crew and get 2 for 1 on the Limited Edition LRM Shirts.

    See you there Wed. thru. Sunday.

    Steve Carr
    Lightning Rod Motorcycles

  2. 2 ¿ Mar 2nd, 2009 at 7:38 pm

    yawn, must be jumping the shark time in bike-building, ‘fraid a bunch of boarders isn’t my idea of Daytona or sturgis…………… I just that damn old? What say you others?

  3. 3 rodent Mar 3rd, 2009 at 7:10 am

    At least they are having fun in Daytona and not doing wheel stands on ISB like the crouch rocket people

  4. 4 Wacko Mar 3rd, 2009 at 8:58 am

    Gen X baby! It is cool to see the next tattooed builders comin’ of age. I am right there with ya.

    I know they have fun and IT IS my kind of party. Beer, Bikes and skate boarding. Keeping it all alive and well. This new lot is my reason for wanting to go to Daytona……


  5. 5 Malto67 Mar 3rd, 2009 at 9:38 am

    Awesome group of guys and great bikes. I won’t make Daytona this year, but My students at Mitchell Technical Institute and I will see them at Sturgis. Being able to walk a different path in life is what most of enjoy about the custom bike culture. These guys all represent that independence well. And I respect them for that.

  6. 6 Mike Kiwi Tomas, Kiwi Indian M/C Co Mar 3rd, 2009 at 9:53 am

    What I like to see is another extension of traditional motorcycling, motorcycles, culture, etc.
    It’s all good and offers another perspective. Congrats to Chris at Cycle Sourse.

  7. 7 Dar - Brass Balls Bobbers Mar 3rd, 2009 at 9:11 pm

    Chris, Taber, CJ and the guys. Sorry I can t be there this year. Unfortunate circumstances. However I know you are doing your thing and are the envy of others. Appreciate you inviting me and doing what you believe in.

  8. 8 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs Mar 5th, 2009 at 8:42 am

    Cyril, this year has definitely been a pivotal point for the Limpnickie Lot. Stepping up to fill a void we see quite clearly in Daytona, we have been received with both enthusiasm and open arms from those looking for something different. Our focus is to bring to the biking community a place where life long friendships are forged, creative individuals can express themselves through their craft and where fun can be had by all, regardless of their position in life (or what they ride). And whether someone is involved with skateboarding or rat rods is not the point. It’s the emphasis on the motorcycle lifestyle and community that bonds us all who participate. All of us at the Limpnickie Lot realize this this event is larger than any individual company or person. And it is a reflection of a lifestyle many are looking for. Glad to see you at the Lot Cyril, wish we’d had time to talk.

  9. 9 MJ, editor Mar 5th, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    I love all the stories I hear about these young builders, traveling around in a laid back way, creating and enjoying life. We have a very favorable critic of the lot on our site by “Fitz” Fitzpatric. Enjoy!

  10. 10 Jeff Nicklus Mar 8th, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    Lets see now …

    Laid back, having fun, enjoying each others company, enjoying life and building shit ….. isn’t that how this industry got started?

    I envy these guys !

    Over & Out,


  11. 11 Kevin "TEACH" Baas Mar 9th, 2009 at 8:06 am

    We are a group that has no drama, no hard feelings, and nothing but a love and passion for building bikes the way we like them and not what other people say they should be while having one hell of a good time. We are a good mix of new styles, old styles and everything in between. If you get a chance to stop by the Lot in any of the events we are set up at you will see the positive energy and good times and the brotherhood we have that seems to have been lost after the chopper TV craze with most of the new type of riders. One thing about the crew is we all appreciate and honor the ones who paved the way back in the day, and many of us use an old flatty, knuck, pan, ironhead, or shovels in our builds as the history and vintage iron has been and always will be true to our hearts.
    For most of us our bike building was passed down from our fathers and is family tradition. It is an honor to be a part of and I look forward to keeping the tradition of chopping, building and having fun with what we love going strong and passing the torch to my students and Gen X with what we do and for my students as well as they go through my high school chopper class. Hopefully ee you all in Sturgis at the Broken Spoke County line Limpnickie Lot this summer!

  12. 12 Cochise Mar 9th, 2009 at 12:17 pm

    The Best & Only Place to be in Daytona, period.

  13. 13 Fab Kevin Mar 10th, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    “yawn, must be jumping the shark time in bike-building, ‘fraid a bunch of boarders isn’t my idea of Daytona or sturgis…………… I just that damn old? What say you others?”

    Well, I don’t quite know what to make of that comment…….?? I’m guessing you didn’t have the chance to stop by and see what you might be missing?

    The lot was jumping all week, and I’ve never had more fun in Daytona than this year. Awesome bikes, and an EXCELLENT crowd. It was great to have a bunch of motorcycle enthusiasts collectively gathered together – vendors AND spectators. The Limpnickie bike show on friday was second only to Willie’s Tropical Tattoo show. If Daytona’s attendance was down, you sure wouldn’t know it by the crowds at Limpnickie.

    It seemed to me that the number of accidents and fatalities were way down this year too. Could this mean that the casual riders are skipping these events, and the real enthusiasts are sticking around?

  14. 14 Donny Mar 11th, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    I couldn’t agree with more with Kevin. I’m proud to be part of such a great thing. thanks to everybody that attended and to Taber Nash for dreamin this thing up.

  15. 15 WILLIE Mar 11th, 2009 at 8:25 pm

    great place laid back and good people nice show ,good job guys,I LOVE FRIDAY

  16. 16 Scott Mar 13th, 2009 at 10:05 am

    The show was great, the lot energy was high. Great to see old friends and make new ones.

    I hope this movement will interest new groups to the lifestyle and support the vendors.

    Please support these guys as it cost $$ to go to the shows. A t-shirt or small purchase won’t hurt…it sums to help the builders to afford to keep coming back.


  17. 17 Arie Mar 27th, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    I keep my eyes open in Sturgis. Any word on where the Lot will be?

  18. 18 Tony G Mar 4th, 2011 at 10:46 am

    Always happy to see the up and coming younger people with bikes and cars. Skateboards? They are cool also, had the very first designed boards back in the late 60’s growing up in the Bronx. This younger crowd knows how to build some very cool bikes!!

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