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9th Annual Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle Show 2017

I stopped by North 14th Street with my buddy Eric last weekend for my fifth consecutive year attending the Brooklyn Invitational.
If you don't know, the Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle Show is a custom bike show in Greenpoint, Brooklyn each year, started less than a decade by custom motorcycle-builder Keino Sasaki, artist John Copeland and photographer Jeffrey Schad.

Last Chance to see Art of the Italian Two Wheel TONIGHT

Please join STUART PARR FOR THE LAST "OPEN BIKE NIGHT”
Thursday, July 9th 7pm-9pm at 285 Madison Ave (at 40th Street) - ALL RIDERS WELCOME for an Italian Bike Night 

Sadly we are closing the show early, as the space has recently been leased as a result of the buzz and traffic you have all generated by visiting the exhibition.***
**The last day of the exhibition will be Sunday, July 12th. 
 
The event will take place on 40th Street by Madison Avenue Thursday night (July 9th) at 7pm, and we'll have some refreshments and then ride over to the Ear Inn for anyone who is interested. 

We welcome all motorcyclists, so bring your friends! Find out a little more about the exhibit here: www.stuartparrcollection.com.

If you have questions, please contact us at 917-743-0200 or stuartparrcollection@gmail.com.


© 2015 Tigh Loughhead

Bike Night with Stuart Parr

Thirty Ducatis and Stuart Parr at Art of the Italian Two Wheel

Video below:



Last week, I organized a bike night with Stuart Parr to view his Art of the Italian Two Wheel exhibit at 285 Madison Avenue in Midtown NYC.  

NYDucati takes NYC: Stuart Parr leads Ducati Mob around Manhattan


Taking off from ArtOfTheItalianTwoWheel on 285Madison.
High resolution version here: http://gfycat.com/fortunatehospitablefireant
© 2015 Tigh Loughhead

Ducatis Appreciated Not Required: Bike Night w/ Stuart Parr

Amazing ride last night with Stuart Parr to the Art of the Italian Two Wheel collection last night, who showed up on another MV Agusta 750S, and joined the DOCNYC and a few other Ducati enthusiasts on a spirited ride around Manhattan, before stopping off at the Ear Inn.

 I'll write up a better ride report shortly, but for now I'm packing to ride my 996 up to Montreal for the weekend.
© 2015 Tigh Loughhead

THIS TUESDAY (6/30) 7pm: New York Ducati Bike Night at The Art of the Italian Two Wheel

Tuesday June 30th 7-8pm at 40th and Madison - ALL RIDERS WELCOME for an Italian Bike Night 

Ducatis Appreciated, but Not Required

The Stuart Parr Collection exhibit ART OF THE ITALIAN TWO WHEEL in Midtown is a phenomenal bit of Italian history, showcasing about 30 different 60's and 70's era Ducatis, MV Agustas and other classic Italian motorcycles.  These bikes have generated so much buzz around #285MadisonAve that the retail space was rented and the exhibit will be closing early. These vintage bikes should be appreciated properly by modern-day Ducati enthusiasts!!!
We will meet and park on 40th Street by Madison Avenue Tuesday night (June 30th) at 7pm, have some refreshments and hear a little more about the collection and the bikes from the owner himself, then head over to the Ear for anyone who is interested. 
The owner welcomes all motorcyclists, so bring your friends! Find out a little more about the exhibit here: http://stuartparrcollection.com/ or on my blog:  http://www.nyducati.com/2015/02/italian-motorcycle-classics-invade.html
The storied history behind being a Ducatisti is unique, and it will be incredible for New York Motorcycle enthusiasts to meet up at the exhibit Tuesday night.  
If anyone has questions, please contact me at (484)639-2377 or tigh@nyducati.com.
© 2015 Tigh Loughhead

MV Agusta from Behind the Scenes #artoftheitaliantwowheel



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I stopped off at the Stuart Parr Collection this afternoon after lunch with the Elegran team to view the beautiful Italian collection: Art of the Italian Two Wheel on Madison Avenue and 40th Street in Midtown, to show my coworkers some stunning bevel-driven desmodromic Ducatis and classic MV Agustas.

 © 2015 Tigh Loughhead

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