The Limpnickie Lot, the collective of young builders and craftsmen from the custom motorcycle scene that band together to travel together to motorcycle events will be in Daytona for Bike Week at it’s original location at the Stone Edge Skate Park, on South Ridgewood Avenue.
But after five years since the inception of the Limpnickie Lot, co-founder, Chris Callen of Cycle Source Magazine has announced that he will no longer be involved with the operations or planning of the Limpnickie Lot. From this point on, co-founder Taber Nash, along with Nick Perri and Tom Freund are now handling all Lot business. Callen stated on Monday, “Because of growing obligations with the magazine, I have decided to step back from the duties associated with the Lot. However, the Lot is in great hands with Taber, Nick, and Tom. I just want to focus on the magazine.” Cycle Source will continue to work on certain promotions with the Limpnickie Lot, although nothing has been determined to that end at this time.