Curbside D'Elegance Custom Moto Show : Gallery | RAHOUL GHOSE

The Motofellas inaugural Curbside D’Elegance custom bike show, July 14 at the Brooklyn Beer Garden, treated 300-plus guests to 15 unique bikes from local pro and amateur builders and raised more that $2,300 for Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue, including $800 from the Bushwick venue.

Best Amateur and People’s Choice awards went to Pete Inga and his 1980 Shovelhead FXB chopper; Best Pro Builder chops went to Mark Kouri of Merlin Cycle Works with his 1972 CB350; and the Flying Dutchman Maximum Effort award went to Jay Elko for his 'Mad Max' 1974 CB750 rat bike build.

The event was "all about showing how much can be achieved with a limited amount of resources and a lot of sweat equity."

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