A motorcycle show featuring motorcycle builders, rare bike owners, painters, and photographers, honoring the industry and it's crafts by carefully curating it and presenting it to the interested masses. The show takes place in an industrial warehouse just blocks from Lake Erie, providing the perfect urban, gritty setting for this Great Lakes focused show. It is a free event. The Great Lakes region is filled with manufacturing, machine shops, and automotive industry. Despite the foul winter weather, or maybe because of it, gear head ingenuity abounds. Fuel Cleveland aims to drag seldom-seen rare motorcycles and top-quality custom choppers together, along with photography and paint work by some of the top artists in the motorcycle community, to be shown off to like-minded motorcycle enthusiasts. For more information check out the website and give us a follow on Instagram.
In the past 10 years the craft brewery movement has taken over the greater Cleveland area by storm. Craft beer brewing hobbyists turning their passions into an opportunity of business and hopes to becoming a staple in the beer industry. Saucy Brew Works is the brain child of Brew Master Eric Anderson and Entrepreneur Brent Zimmerman and first opened it's doors a little over a year and a half ago on July 5th, 2017. Since opening it has been nothing but moving on up for this craft brewery, from partnering with the Cleveland Cavaliers, to opening a second location in Columbus, Ohio and even being distributed in multiple stores, Saucy Brew Works is a true success story. So, when Brent from Saucy Brew Works approached us and asked how they could get more involved with Fuel Cleveland we couldn't have been more excited.
Saucy Brew Works handcrafts all of their brilliant beers in house and have over 16 different flavors to try, there's literally something for everyone. Accompanied by a full bar for your other adult beverage needs, pizza to die for, and a humongous patio, this brewery is perfect to house the official Fuel Cleveland Pre-Party!
Saucy Brew Works is located on the corner of West 29th & Detroit Ave in Cleveland, OH. Their address, 2885 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113. We will be throwing a hell of a rager there on Friday July 26th from 8 pm to last call. Make sure to come out early and hang out all night with us! There is a ton of parking options to choose from and we are working on bike parking to be in the front, more details to come on that. We will see you there!
Darren McKeag grew up in the Mid-west during the 70's. He was immersed into a culture of motorcycles, hot rods, Easy Rider mags, mini bikes, tattooed people and live music at a very young age, which inevitably shaped who he and his art are today. With his distinct super detailed / tattoo inspired black and white pieces of work to his beautifully colored paintings that capture the souls of those he paints. Darren's work is not only inspirational but he is one the most talented and hard working artist in the biz today. Let's not forget to mention his work ethic and visions are endless. He's constantly creating new and beautiful works on tons of different types of canvases like surf and skateboards, helmets, entire motorcycle projects, matchbooks and much more. His distinct stylizing and details immediately let you know its Darren's work and you can't help but get lost in it, picking out your favorite little details hidden with in his pieces... We couldn't be more excited to have Darren coming out to Fuel Cleveland on July 27th at the Madison Venue to display some of his incredible pieces for everyone. His work will be one not to miss!
I sat down with Darren the other day on the old inter webs and asked him a handful of questions. To read the full interview swing on over to Lowbrow Customs Blog.
Fuel Cleveland is now on it's 5th show, hard to believe! One thing we can say over the years, is we have taken everyone on a journey to a few different parts of Cleveland with our show locations. Each one of those venues have had their own character and charm that gave off a certain grittiness and industrial feel to the show. It's safe to say The Madison Venue is no exception to this but with a touch of class. Clean and open floor plan, polished floors, white walls, beautiful windows, brilliant lighting, clean bathrooms and air conditioned... Oh yeah, thats right we said AC. The show is taking place on July 27th, 2019 from 12pm - 8pm and still 100% FREE for all attendees!
Are you currently building a bike? Or got something collecting dust no one has ever seen and you want to show it off? Email photos and info about your build or bike and yourself to email@example.com We are looking for choppers, cafe racers, land speed bikes, survivors, vintage, rare, history filled, interesting and beautiful craftsmanship worthy machines.
(CLEVELAND - May 4, 2018) - Fuel Cleveland presents Mama Tried Motorcycle Show's Flat Out Friday, an indoor, flat track, motorcycle race, on July 27th at the Wolstein Center. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at the Wolstein Center Ticket Office or http://www.wolsteincenter.com/event/flat-out-friday/.
Flat Out Friday is an indoor, flat track, motorcycle race on a Dr. Pepper soda syrup surface. Competing in nine classes, sign up is now open for Brakeless, Open Amatuer, Youth, Open Vintage, MadDawg, Women, Pro, Hooligan and Goofball.
The Fuel Cleveland motorcycle show takes place the following day on Saturday, July 28 2018. Fuel Cleveland is a free and family-friendly event showcasing world-class custom and rare motorcycles and motorcycle related photography, paintings and artwork. The show takes place from noon until 8 p.m. at the Hamilton Collaborative 5401 Hamilton Ave. Cleveland OH 44114. All Fuel Cleveland show information can be found at www.fuelcleveland.com
Registration for all race classes is open to the public. Registration forms and an updated list of registered riders can be found at http://www.flatoutfriday.com/. You must pre-register to race and a list of registration fees can be found at the web site.
In connection with the Mama Tried Motorcycle Show, Flat Out Friday premiered in February 2016 with a record- breaking crowd of over 8,000. Prior to the inaugural Flat Out Friday, Milwaukee had not witnessed a race of this sort since 1980.
Racers have included American Motorcycle Association Pros Parker Lange, Cole Fealy, Christian Johnson and Dan Jacobson. Hooligan riders included Harley-Davidson Motor Company riders Scott Jones, Brandon Gonzalez, Mark Atkins and Chris Wiggins arriving from California.
Here is your chance to take home a one of a kind build by Jesse Bassett from The Gasbox! This 1972 Harley-Davidson Ironhead Sportster will be given away to one lucky ticket holder at Fuel Cleveland on July 28, 2018. All you have to do is swing over to www.lowbrowcustoms.com/fuel and grab yourself a Fuel Cleveland Logo Patch, with that purchase you will receive a free entry ticket into the raffle for the bike. YOU MUST BE PRESENT AT FUEL CLEVELAND TO WIN THE BIKE!
If you can't make it to Fuel Cleveland but still feeling a little lucky, everyone who buys a Fuel Cleveland Patch will also be entered to possibly win a SQUARE WAVEÂ® TIG 200 Welder, A POWER MIGÂ® 210 MP Welder or a TOMAHAWKÂ® 375 Plasma Cutter from long time Fuel Cleveland show sponsor Lincoln Electric. While having to be present to win the motorcycle, you do not have to be present to win any of the three Lincoln Electric prizes!
For more in depth details on the build you can swing on over to lowbrowcustoms.com and get a good look at what could be your new bike.
The engine was completely restored by Delzani Cycle with NOS Harley-Davidson Components. Big money (around $5,000!) went into this engine to make it just perfect for its new owner.
Big thanks to Cleveland's own Lincoln Electric for always being one of the main sponsors for Fuel Cleveland. One of these machines could be yours!