This lower level was the meat of the motorcycle show, but it wasn’t just custom bikes—Steve Miles brought out the famous Yamahauler, its matching truck, bicycle, and dirt bike from his private collection. A long, low Lincoln Continental custom with suicide doors sat on the floor surrounded by two-wheeled beauty. There were some long-awaited builds like Patrick Tilbury’s insane FXRT-faired V-twin custom with entirely hand-formed bodywork. Other bikes were still “in progress,” like David Mucci’s Ducati, because, while they might be unfinished, it was amazing to see their form and process taking shape. Immaculate racebikes and restorations next to weirdo stretched god-knows-what helped fill this eclectic bike show. What sets it apart, though, is that Thor Drake, owner of See See Motorcycles and The One Show, does an incredible job at curation, keeping you guessing as you walk around the venue.