Custom Revolution: Motorcycle Exhibit

Have you guys seen the new Custom Revolution Motorcycle Exhibit from The Motorcycle Arts Foundation (MAF)?  The exhibit is meant to highlight & promote the artwork of some of the most beautiful custom motorcycles out there, displaying some serious eye candy from all around the world!  The exhibit is being housed in Los Angeles, CA at The Petersen Automotive Museum.  If you can’t make it out to Cali to see them in person, you can drool by browsing the website.  They even printed a beautiful 120 page full color catalog with high res photos and stories of the bikes & builders.

Full Color Catalog

Of course our good friends at Revival Cycle have a bike featured, we would expect nothing less!

Some of the bikes featured in the exhibit

But there are 22 other motorcycles included from 8 different countries and they are definitely worth a look.  Check out their video below:

The MAF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit company dedicated to the preservation and distribution of motorcycle arts founded by Paul d’Orléans, Sasha Tcherevkoff, and Corinna Mantlo.  Their Mission (taken from their website):

The Motorcycle Arts Foundation (MAF) was created in response to the tremendous creativity centered on motorcycles for over 100 years. Whether in writing, painting, photography, film, sculpture, or modifying motorcycles themselves as an art form, the MAF exists to support the creation and exposure of the motorcycle arts. We also sponsor exploration and research into the history of creativity around motorcycles, for publication online or in print, and public exhibitions about the motorcycle arts, both past and present.