Other masters had already loaded in and put down the sidestands. Biltwell showed up with its “spare parts” desert racing Harley Sportster. The original had been raced in Baja, and this one was created from its spare parts. Zane Cook brought his chopped-out KZ400 up from Columbus, Ohio, and fresh from its Born-Free Show invite, its three-finned fender decked out in a soft blue painted by Kacey Elkins of Krossover Customs. Kacey himself also had a bike on display, showing that his talents aren’t just in the paint booth. He has come to have a distinct style and is master of the underside swingarm suspension. Making the trip from the country to our north was Rob Chappell, of Origin8or Custom Cycle. He came with his matte-black perfectly executed Triumph bobber. It was nestled in a corner of The Madison, breathing life into the attendees escaping the hot sun right outside the doors. These details in placement of the bikes was evident throughout the hall. The team of Fuel Cleveland did not disappoint in curating such a fine display for all.