Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle Show

Mar 18, 2014


The 5th Annual Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle show took place this past weekend, and Man of the World was on hand to capture the stellar custom choppers on display. The Invitational was started in 2008 by Jon Copeland, a fine arts painter, Keino Sasaki of Keino Cycles and photographer Jeffrey Schad, and it has quickly become the premier East Coast gathering for custom motorcycle enthusiasts. Saturday’s event transpired at Roots Studios in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and was attended by respected motorcycle builders like Max Schaaf (4Q), Jasin Phares (Harold’s Iron Works) and many more.

At Man of the World, we make it a point to champion dedicated craftsmen in a wide variety of disciplines, and we’re pleased to present these images.

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