This past weekend enjoyed the triumphant return of a custom culture celebration to Pittsburgh. Although this was a brand new show it represented a reawakening to a part of our personal history that got lost along the way. You see, our hometown used to thrive with custom shops and bike shows, and then over the past ten years it just slowed down. But this was proof that that culture is still alive and well, and now ready to come back out of the underground.
The cats from Pittsburgh Moto and Iron City Beer ushered in a very welcome new show at the old Kerry Blast Furnace location called Glory Daze and we couldn’t be more proud of them for doing it. Droves of people ended up on property by the end of the day and builders from across the country were on hand to display their craftsmanship. Sure to be an annual event after such a great launch, we will keep you posted on next year!