best bit of all, is how everybody pulled together for the greater good, enabling it to be shared and for everyone to see.
Exactly! It's also cool to see all of those guys get the recognition they deserve for building and riding bikes back in those days . Thanks for the photos Nate and Nik, Erik Koski is the guy hiding behind CK and he was so humble in person and genuinely excited to be recognized. You can kind of tell from that photo the guys (and gal) who are use to the limelight.
Wold Ranger wrote:
Many thanks for sharing this story, would have loved to see the exhibition!
Yeah, it's a bummer that all that time and energy went into the show and then it just came down and everything went different directions. It would have been cool to see the show travel around a little so it was more accessible but I do think it got some publicity so maybe there will be more shows like it in the future.