3rd Annual City Bike Night.

After the Barber Vintage Festival on Saturday, 10/12, head to City Bike Night at Motus. We’ll be celebrating car and motor culture with a bike/car show, local food and drinks, factory tours and live music by Matt Slocum & Mark Kimbrell Quartet. 6-10pm at Motus, FREE. Special thanks to: Mayor William A Bell, Sr. and the City of Birmingham, Alabev, Slice Pizza and Brew, Cantina Tortilla Grill. Enter in the following categories here (no charge to enter, meal tickets to entrants with RSVP):
Best of Show, Best American Classic (car & motorcycle)- ’83 and older, Best Import Classic (car & motorcycle)- ’83 and older, Best V4, Best rat bike, Best rat rod, Most exotic (car & motorcycle), Best small block powered vehicle

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6 Replies to “3rd Annual City Bike Night.”

  1. Hey guys thanks for a great bike night. I wanted to see if you could send me the pic that yall took of me and my built for winning most exotic bike. Thanks Matt Riley

  2. While watching the news this morning I saw a very interesting Sport Tourer on a commercial. Having U-verse I was able to rewind and freeze on the MST logo then proceed to the Internet for a search. To my surprise I found a new bike manufacturer in my back yard ( sort of).
    I live in Tuscaloosa and own a ’98 Ducati ST2 that I purchased new and later bought a 999s. I’ve always favored the ST bikes for their sportiness and utility and just wanted to give you guys a shout and a thumbs up for a rather unique looking ST.
    If you allow visitors at your Birmingham facility please let me know and if down this way to hit some twisties, let me know.
    Regards

  3. Hi Wayne. You are welcome to visit our factory, which is located in the original location of the Barber Museum in the Lakeview district of Birmingham. Best time for us would be after the first of the year. Thanks for the kind words!

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