Petersen Automotive Museum opens “Custom Revolution” motorcycle exhibit

The Petersen Automotive Museum opened its newest exhibit dedicated to the art of a new generation of motorcycle customizers on Saturday, April 14th. Located in the Richard Varner Family Gallery, “Custom Revolution” gathers the works of the most influential and innovative alternative bike builders of the past ten years in one place for the first time ever. Guest curated by motorcycle historian and author Paul d’Orleans, “Custom Revolution” celebrates the visionaries who are pushing the creative edges of motorcycle design. Using both new and old engines, past and present chassis ideas, and groundbreaking styling, these internet savvy designers and builders are dramatically influencing the current generation of factory-built machines. The exhibit features about 25 different bikes spanning 25 different builders. Notable bikes include the

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