A celebration of the art and history of motorcycles from around the world, held in the Delmar Loop neighborhood of St. Louis, MO.
The Cycle Showcase, hosted by The Pageant, is a collection of unique motorcycles from across the country. A wide selection of vintage bikes, as well as a sampling of custom-designed, hand-built cycles, will be on display. Historically significant pieces from several museums, custom creations from builders across the United States, antique relics from the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, and many others are scheduled to appear.
Location: Inside of The Pageant at 6161 Delmar Blvd.
Cost: $12 (Children under 12 are FREE!) Tickets will be available at the door on August 24.
Iron Age Tattoo and The Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis are proud to present an exhibit of motorcycle-related artwork, displaying the motorcycle community from an artists’ perspective. Up-and-coming local artists, as well as nationally recognized art gallery alumni, are scheduled to appear.
Location: Inside of the Regional Arts Commission building at 6128 Delmar Blvd.
The American Motor Drome “Wall of Death” thrill show, straight from the 1930′s, is a special addition to the event. Defying gravity, they ride vintage motorcycles from the 1920’s up and around the inside walls of a 30-foot barrel. With a conviction to keep the heritage alive of those who rode before them, they are one of two restored carnival shows in the United States that are still touring the country.
Location: Between The Pageant and Big Shark Bicycle Company at 6161 Delmar Blvd.
Cost: Included with admission to The Cycle Showcase
Ryan Young, 6 time US National Motorcycle Trials Champion, will be performing inside of The Pageant during The Cycle Showcase. Obstacles provided by Alliance Custom Interiors.
“MotoTrials (also known as “Observed Trials”) is now the pinnacle of off-road riding, as the riders tackle the most severe terrain capable of being conquered by any two or four-wheeled machine. When someone looks at the obstacles before the riding starts, a frequent comment is a simple “No way!”. A big plus for the spectators is that they can watch from just a few feet away as the riders attempt seemingly impossible obstacles.”