The Born-Free Show is about the love of old motorcycles and like minded individuals having a good time together and enjoying these bikes of the past.It is also a family event,young and old a-like are welcome to come out and enjoy the show.This show is meant to unite people from all walks of life by bringing the passion that we all have of these old machines together for one special day.If you come out to the event please be prepared to have a great time,see some vintage bikes..lots of vintage bikes in a peaceful friendly family environment.The event site and local law enforcement have a (( no Patch or Colors )) policy that we must abide by.We respect everyone's right live & do as they choose so we must respect the event site's policy as well.We thank you in advance for your cooperation and look forward to seeing everyone June 28-29 @Born Free 6.
We want to thank all of our sponsors for making the 2 day Born-Free Show a reality. The support we have received has been awesome. The Silver Sponsor and above levels make the print material but our lower levels are just as important and we thank you too. Here will be the print flyer...
Hey folks the BF6 sponsor deadline is here. In order to get every benefit from being a top sponsor this we need a commitment this weekend. Posters, tickets, flyers, ect will be printed in the coming weeks and your logo needs to be on them... so now is the time1 Please email Holly@bornfreeshow.com with any questions or concerns.
...Until the Mooneyes show in Yokohama Japan. We are proud to be giving away the Born-Free Award. The winner of that award comes to Born-Free 6 with their bike as an invited special guest. The HRCS has the best bikes and builders from Japan so this one is going to be tough. Shige and crew have done this show for 22 years and it just keeps getting better. The event's guest list reflects heavily on Born-Free Builders and attendees and we are very proud of that. If you get the chance to go...Go!! See you soon.
This is the tank that was on the bike at the time I got hit. I'm going about things a little different this time around. I'm hoping to get several friends, and other builders/fabricators I admire and respect, to help me bring the bike back to life. Most folks that build their first chopper get help along the way from friends and old timers, my journey was a lot different. Aside from my brothers telling me what NOT to do, most of what I learned was self taught. So, with the spirit of the old timers before us, I'm setting out to bring my bike back to life and maybe along the way, learn something new about bikes, metal work, people, and hopefully, life.
The Chopper Fest is just around the corner and we are very proud to be involved with this event. The Chopperfest is the perfect ride up the coast to and the location could not be better. We are giving away an award and the winner comes to BF6 as an invited guest. Tory is doing a great job this year getting the word out this year..so mark the date and ride ur Chopper!