Suicide Lane Cycles held their one-year anniversary celebration and open house party on Friday, Nov. 20. Co-owners Davy Bartlett and Nikolas Garff wanted to celebrate their success of their business with friends and family, and what better way to do that than to throw a party at the shop? They had food and the drinks were flowing all night. To participate in the Friday night Gallery Stroll, Suicide Lane Cycles had artist Kristin Roper displaying her photos of various families posing with their motorbikes. Garff had his display of custom-made metal masks that he welded together out of various parts. They were quite the hit at the party, with guests taking numerous photos of them with their phones. Guests packed into the front area for a good time and to talk about their favorite cycles and different ways for customize their cycles.
Suicide Lane Cycles specializes in building custom motorbikes and vintage custom restorations. They will work on anything, and perform all services, including tuneups, tire changes and electrical work. If you are looking for a custom frame or part, they can fabricate it to fit your motorbike.