Once again, my buds Jeremy Bievenour and Zac Bentzel blew up the scene with the second year for the Keystone Collective Bike & Art Exhibit.
After some challenges with the previous town, the guys decided to move the event to Lancaster, PA, a small city about halfway between Philadelphia and Baltimore, MD. In an area rich with history, Jeremy managed to secure a spot at the Springhouse Brewery, a 27,200 square foot building which was a warehouse in its past life. With an outdoor patio, two working floors featuring the brewery/restaurant, and plenty of parking space, it was the perfect location to showcase the “collection” of choppers and art.
As you can see from the pictures, Jeremy and Zac managed to get quite a cross-section of bikes from all over the country. Much like last year, Jeremy reached out to many well-known builders who were glad to be included in the show. Clearly, the word got out that the previous year went so well and wanted to get in on the action. With perfect weather and plenty of room to check out the bikes and hang out all day, the second year for the event was a great time. This show is quickly becoming the annual summer wrap up here in the northeast.
This year’s event looks to be even bigger, with a lot more choppers, many this area has only seen on social media. The show takes place on Saturday, September 28th from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Springhouse Brewery, 208 Hazel Street, Lancaster, PA.
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See you there,
Daniel Venditto / www.dv8sport.com / @dv8sport