Hurricane Mills, Tenn., Sep. 5—The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival, a four-day event celebrating all things “Motorcycles and Music” at the historic Loretta Lynn Ranch announces Bill Dodge’s “BC Moto Invitational”, a custom motorcycle show featuring hand selected craftsmen and women displaying some of the country’s best custom motorcycles.
Bill Dodge himself has chosen what he calls a “top section” of some of the most talented custom motorcycle builders in the country to display their talents during the event. Bill knows a thing or two about quality craftsmanship, a full-time custom motorcycle builder since 1990, Bill not only builds impressive bikes to look at, but also he builds bikes that are to be ridden, ridden hard. In other words, it is an honor for these builders to be hand selected by Bill Dodge.
“This is great honor for me, to be able to invite builders that I’ve admired for years, and some builders I feel are the ones to watch.” States Bill Dodge
Guests will have the opportunity to not only see these custom motorcycles up close, but also to talk with each builder during the four-day event. The hand-selected list of builders includes; Anthony Marinaro, Ben Jordan, Bob Wells, Bobby Middelton, Brad Barnes, Brian Elliot, Bryan Lane, Carsten Fritzen, Chris Avellino, Chris Wade, Dan Carr, Eric Allard, Eric Stein, Jeff Wright, Jeff Cochran, Jeremy Cupp, Johnny Humphrey, Kevin Bean’re, Mitch “Maggo” Bodine, Roadside Marty, Matt Harris, Micahel Lewis, Pat Patterson, Paul Wideman, Rhett Holley, Rich Phillips, Rich Ryan, Rod Davis, Rusty Nash, Steve Pieffer, Steve Broyles, Wade Harlan, Will Ramsey, Zach Johnson, Craig Rodsmith and Christian Sosa.
The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival event will host motorcycle riders of all makes, models and years at one of the most storied and beautiful ranches in the great state of Tennessee, the Loretta Lynn Ranch, September 28–October 1. The event will feature more than 25 bands, including headliners John Anderson, A Thousand Horses and The Kentucky Headhunters. Also the event offers a variety of entertainment including Steve Trevino, Netflix comedy star, hooligan style racing with the mayor of fun himself, Bean’re, Hogway Speedway racing pigs, Rhett Rhotten’s Wall of Death, Nashville food trucks, Southern Bucks mechanical bull, premium and primitive camping sites, vendors and plenty of riding on some of the most beautiful roads in America.
All makes and models of motorcycles are welcome at Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival.
More detailed information including band and musician schedules, Loretta’s Mission 22 Charity Ride and plenty more can be found at www.motorcyclesandmusic.com