There will be an invite only chopper show, showcasing some of the best bikes around under a large event tent. This year we are also welcoming pre 70's hotrods/ ratrods so if you want to come & show your car for the day you are more than welcome to park it on the grass.
If the idea of wolf shirts, big wheel baggers, and large bike rallies make your cringe than this event is for you. As our friends over at Biltwell say it's about riding motorcycles and having fun! Last year's Retreat consisted of mostly home built chops, Sportsters, Dyna's, 650's & 750's.
Burgers & Dogs will be sold at the event along with breakfast on Sunday.
Beer will also be sold at the event.
Take a look at the 2016 Deadbeat Retreat here:
Buy your ticket now and be sure to enjoy the ride!
Chris McMorrow is the man behind Black Horizons. Some might call Black Horizons a brand, but I believe it's much more than that; Black Horizons is a commitment. Chris has been an active ChopCult member since 2010 and uses the site to sells his parts and wares. He also pipes in from time to time and offers assistance in the forums. Chris shares his personal journeys through his blog, which feeds into the blogdump. His imagery and words help shine the light on Milwaukee's thriving motorcycle community. When Chris isn't blogging, you can find him ripping the roads on one of his three scoots.
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Good news and bad news! We're now (at the time of writing this) down to the last 16 books from this years BLUE VELVET Annual Photography Books, the BEST of the Lady Hump blog, so if you still haven't gotten around to adding one to your collection... do it. I'll pull 2 or 3 books to raffle at the Alien Run 2017, June 3rd in Rachel Nevada, but when they're gone, that's it. Cheers and thanks for supporting grassroots publishing and our DIY efforts!
Large back sized patches from some of our favorite shirt designs, screened on heavy duck canvas and hemmed at the edges.