Customs get a boost for Brackley Festival of Motorcycling
This years Custom Village at the Brackley Festival of Motorcycling on August 13 is promising to be bigger and better than ever with more bikes, trade stands, chill out zones and, of course a fabulous custom competition.
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Organised by Twisted Iron, creators of the grassroots motorcycle custom show ‘The Happening’ and the award winning ‘Sickboyz Customs’, the Custom Village will be packed with quality machines and your bike could there too!
Twisted Iron are taking applications from anybody who would like to be considered for the show in advance. The judges will also be selecting 10 custom bikes which have been ridden to the Custom Corral parking area just off the High Street. Show bikes will join the parade and prize-giving in the Arena at the end of the day. All motorcycles in the show must be able to be ridden, and must be able to stay on site in the Village until the end of the event.
Brackley Festival’s Custom village is a small taste of Twisted Iron’s ‘The Happening’, for the full experience join them on the 15th-16th September in Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, for a weekend of music, motorcycle and moonshine madness…