TABLE OF CONTENTS
- THE FUEL CLEVELAND WEEKEND DETAILS
- WATCH FUEL CLEVELAND 2022 SHOW VIDEO BY AMERICAN METAL CUSTOMS
- SHOW PHOTOS OF FUEL CLE 2022 BY MIKE VANDEGRIFF
FUEL CLEVELAND 2023 MOTORCYCLE SHOW
THE FUEL CLEVELAND WEEKEND DETAILS
The weekend kicks off July 28th, 2023 with the official pre-party that will be held at Skidmark Garage (4806 Hamilton Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114) from 7pm till 1am. This is a completely free event that will be filled with like minded people in the motorcycle industry from all over the country. There will be live music, food, beer, and a hella good time,
July 29th wake up early to take part of the BMW Motorrad run to Hale Farm / Fuel Cleveland (2686 Oak Hill Rd, Bath, OH 44210) . More details to come on this run soon.
Saturday July 29th, Fuel Cleveland will go on from 10am – 7pm followed by a wild after party under a train bridge at Hoopples (1930 Columbus Rd, Cleveland, OH 44113). This is free for all to attend so be sure to ride out and put your bike in the ride-in bike show.
If you still didn’t get your Fuel Cleveland fix or you couldn’t make it to the show on Saturday, don’t fret. We have the show going on at Hale Farm on Sunday July 30th from 10am – 4pm. Still a free event and we highly encourage everyone to ride out and be a part of the ride-in bike show.
Here’s a map of the Fuel Cleveland show grounds at Hale Farm.
WATCH FUEL CLEVELAND 2022 SHOW VIDEO BY AMERICAN METAL CUSTOMS
Our friends at American Metal Customs put this killer video together highlighting our 2022 Fuel Cleveland show and gives you a great feel of what its like at Hale Farm. Watch as they comb through thousands a bikes to choose the best of the best in the American Metal ride-in bike show and see who won.
SHOW PHOTOS OF FUEL CLE 2022 BY MIKE VANDEGRIFF
Big thanks to our friends over at Old Bike Barn and Whiteknuckler for sharing these photos by the ever talented Mike Vandegriff of the 2022 Fuel Cleveland show. Get wild and get inspired with some of these killer images from the show.
We have arrived!
Jake Worth and some of his painted goods.
Bear sharing with show goers what Motorcycle Sherpa is all about.
Vendor Village was in full swing.
Drew Huddleston’s Pan cone chopper.