For the second year in a row, Lowbrow Customs hosted their campout and BBQ at the Western Reserve Motorcycle Club in Salem, Ohio. Over 200 Holeshot guests and at least four times that many dirt-track enthusiasts lined the fence around WRMC's 1/4-mile dirt oval to watch chopper freaks bang elbows in an impromptu run-what-you-brung race for glory, which was dominated yet again by a cat on a hopped-up Harley with full fenders and chubby apes.
Complimentary grub funded by Lowbrow and prepared by master chef Llama Feeder kept the hungry masses satisfied, and The Burning Harlots hypnotized Holeshot hooligans with a psychodelic set of trippy grunge funk dredged from the bowels of the Buckeye State's paisley underground. A massive fire kept party people toasty, and sleepy revelers camped for free on the Western Reserve's expansive grass field in front of the 80-acre hare scrambles/MX track.
Unfortunately, very early Sunday morning a freak accident involving a vehicle and a sleeping camper ended tragically. Guests and members of the Western Reserve Motorcycle Club, everyone at Lowbrow Customs and the members and contributors on this website extend their heartfelt condolences to the friends and families of all parties involved.