The show is going to take place on Friday, March 13th 2020 at the Broken Spoke Saloon. This is your chance to show your stuff off live and in person.
This show is for amateur builders only. Yes, we like pro-built bikes as much as anyone else but they have many other shows that they can participate in to display their skills. No professionally built motorcycles will be allowed in the show.
This show is for you, the person who didn’t build it to make money but rather for the fun and self-satisfaction of being able to say…I did it myself and I’m really proud of it!
It doesn’t matter if it is mild or wild, as long as you did it yourself. If you built a ground up custom in your garage, we want to see it. If you heavily modified a stock motorcycle we want to see your bike too. In fact, even if you just bolted on some cool stuff and tweaked your basic stock ride to make it your own come on over to the Broken Spoke Saloon and show it off. V-Twins, Metrics, Trikes, Cafes, Rats or any other cool rides are encouraged to participate.
What do you get for being in the Garage Build Show? First and foremost, the opportunity to show off your pride and joy! In addition, the Broken Spoke Saloon will treat you to a free lunch, yes, it is a true free lunch! You will also get a free swag bag full of goodies, a chance at trophies and gift cards. There is no entry fee whatsoever. All you have to do is show up and you’re in the show.
CHRIS & HEATHER CALLEN | CYCLE SOURCE
Chris and Heather Callen from Cycle Source will be joining us for the 2nd Annual Daytona show.
Chris has been involved in motorcycling in one form or another for over thirty years. He grew up surrounded by the Western Pennsylvania off road motorcycle racing scene, and started riding at an early age. From age 16 he had a MC license and has been riding on the street ever since. With no education and inspired only by a love for motorcycling he started the Cycle Source Magazine in March of 1997.
The road has been rough but he says it’s still the most rewarding thing he has ever been a part of. As the Cycle Source approaches its twentieth year, Chris continues to develop his outlook on the motorcycle community and tries to find new ways to make readers “think” about what all this is about.
In addition to being the Cycle Source Editor Chris has also been the Editor of Track Side Report, and has had his work featured in National Publications Iron Works, Racer X plus several local publications. He has had a book published by Wolfgang Publications “Custom Bike Building Basics” which he is in the process of following up with the advanced edition anytime.
Before Cycle Source Magazine, Heather came from the trenches of the motorcycle event management field. She was the Chief Operations Manager of the Broken Spoke Saloon for nearly ten years and has brought her wealth of experience from what she refers to as the worlds largest adult day care, to what Cycle Source calls their “little magazine”. In the realm of Cycle Source she is the go to guy… or girl in this case. Cycle Source says if you want someone to really get something done in our band of misfits, you have to talk to Heather. How she manages to keep this pack of unruly animals on the road and alive is beyond them. They also say the fact that there is a pretty good magazine produced every thirty days at the same time is astounding.
Heather’s experience with motorcycles beyond the Broken Spoke may have been somewhat limited but between her tenure there and the fact that in just a short couple of years with Cycle Source she has ridden in 25 of the 50 states, been to every major rally the country has to offer and is currently involved in her first ground up custom build, speaks volumes to her knowledge and experience on the subject.