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2010 Brooklyn Invitational

 

It is very hard for me to concede anything to the left coast, and it hurts all the more when the word "motorcycle" is in the title.  With that being said... The east coast is not known for the quality of it's bike shows. While we make up for this shortcoming by being overwhelmingly awesome in every other conceivable way, this quality of life issue has always caused pain and discomfort for the east coast motorcycling community. This injustice has finally been addressed by the White Knights of Brooklyn. Wes Lang and his hardworking team of furious mutherfuckers present the Brooklyn invitational bike show. For the second year the Knights have exceeded expectations and have produced a world class bike show. I can't think of anything that was lacking, brilliant bikes, brilliant folks and a never-ending supply of beer. If you live on the east coast and missed it, you can restore your faith in humanity by not missing it again. Find out more about the W.K.I.T.H.O.K. Make your travel plans for 2011 at The Brooklyn Innovational.
Walter

It is very hard for me to concede anything to the left coast, and it hurts even more when the word "motorcycle" is in the title. That being said, America's East Coast is not known for the quality of its bike shows. While we make up for this shortcoming by being overwhelmingly awesome in every other conceivable way, this quality of life issue has always caused pain and discomfort for the East Coast motorcycling community

This injustice has finally been addressed by the White Knights of Brooklyn. Wes Lang, Jeffrey Schad, Keino, John Copeland, Andy Camay and AJ furiously presented the Brooklyn Invitational bike show. For the second year the Knights have exceeded expectations and have produced a world-class event. Nothing was lacking. There were brilliant bikes, brilliant folks and a never-ending supply of beer. If you live on the east coast and missed it, you can restore your faith in humanity by not missing it again. Find out more about the W.K.I.T.H.O.K. Make your travel plans for 2011 and go to the Brooklyn Invitational.

 

 


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Commented on 10-22-2010 At 01:46 pm
 

Yay!!! East coast!

Yay!!! Walter!

C

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 01:52 pm
 

Yeah east coast and west coast are always in a tangle, it keeps them from realizing that the midwest just laughs because obviously we are superior. See you there next year!

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 02:28 pm
 

Starts with the Gypsy & ends with the Invitational

the Righteousness abounds

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 02:37 pm
 

Very cool! Gives me that much more inspiration on upcoming events.

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 02:42 pm
 

That was a real good time.

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 02:58 pm
 

Damn. Every bike in those pictures is beautiful! Really diggin the knuck in the first picture!

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 05:33 pm
 

the BI was a blast. actually the show was good but the three days i spent
in Brooklyn were rad as shit. dudes tearing up the streets and blasting
at high speed from one spot to the next. those bumpy ass streets
destroyed my battery and shook my ignition switch to death! lots of cool
shit happen on the east coast, just hasn't been diluted yet. i spent the
majority of my time during the show at a merch table selling raffle tickets.
but i got to see the bikes during set up just be for the doors opened. at one
point i was in the gallery almost totally alone with all those awesome builds.
that weekend changed the way i look this whole scene. see ya next year!

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 05:52 pm
 

this was a spur of the moment 800 mile round trip for me and i gotta say what a blast! those pics are just some of the bikes inside the show, but the level of quality and ingenuity on the bikes lining the streets was inspiring to say the least! ill be there next year.........

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 06:11 pm
 

that goldrimmed shovel with the tail section is fukn proppah!

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 06:11 pm
 

that goldrimmed shovel with the tail section is fukn proppah!

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 06:42 pm
 

Comments so nice, he made um twice!

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 09:27 pm
 

I missed it by two days and now I'm bummed all over again.Some seriously sweet shit right there.

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 09:52 pm
 

was a great show. had agood time. lookin forward to next year. Peace Fukers.

Commented on 10-22-2010 At 10:39 pm
 

+1 to what tyler said haha

Commented on 10-23-2010 At 12:14 am
 

injustice addressed? with WC invitees?

just sayin'

Commented on 10-23-2010 At 02:23 am
 

EEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Commented on 10-23-2010 At 03:09 am
 

"WC Invitees?"

Had to fill the gaps as some of the east coasters wouldn't even show up in their backyard.

Commented on 10-23-2010 At 04:06 am
 

That black and blue bike with the springer and cool risers looks awesome,need to see some more pics of all the bikes please!

Commented on 10-23-2010 At 06:20 am
 

INVITES????? I'M A FUCKIN PARTY CRASHER.

Commented on 10-23-2010 At 10:34 am
 

That white trump kills me every time i see it.

Commented on 10-24-2010 At 03:27 pm
 

if only this could happen every month or so instead of just once a year. It was a great time and some of the bikes parked outside the show were just as great as some that were parked inside!

Commented on 10-25-2010 At 01:08 am
 

The Brooklyn show was real dreamy to say the least. We were stoked to be a small part of it to raise some money for Lee Bender's fight against MS. Thanks to the Knights and everyone that gave. It's so different than not so long ago when quality east coast shit was so few and way too far between. Because of guys like them, Walter, Joe Zito, the Baltimore crew, the Death Science squad and others the wait and miles continue to fall off as the east coast always takes a beating each winter but won't stay down. I hope the rate of acceleration doesn't top off anytime soon. It takes people to stop just wishing there was more and just doing shit to make it happen. What we throw in the mix may not be as professional, clean and magnetic as the Brooklyn jam but mark your calendar, get a baby sitter for the weekend and give your liver a rest. The middle east coast will rise again this spring not long after the thaw. The Ride to Skate 5 is on and has some noticable tweaks this year. Including an actual ride, bike show, maybe some camping and possibly a couple other twists and turns. The 4th time around brought a crapload of quality bikes and good people that made the haul from some pretty far off places. We were striaght up shocked shitless at the turnout, amount of support and good vibes just from spreading the word and deciding to make something happen that we would want to go to. Thanks to our brothers in arms from neighboring cities, this next gang bang will make the last feel like getting to 2nd base in comparison. Friday, May 13th is the preparty and it's pretty much all downhill from there. The east coast revolt continues. Stay tuned. -FOTS-

Commented on 10-25-2010 At 10:13 am
 

i got to get my pass port re issued and start riding to these shows, looks like a shit ton of good bikes folks and food.

Commented on 12-5-2010 At 02:31 am
 

Just a awesome ass invitational!! Kool sickles and kool people!! See you all in 2011 again!!

Commented on 1-22-2011 At 01:58 pm
 

Sweeeeeeeet!

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