When Spring rolls around in Indianapolis, the vintage bike scene comes alive at Rockers Reunion. The 7th annual event brought out the city’s coolest customs and oldies-but-goodies, but it’s the overall scene we dig the most: the people, the music, the vibe. If you couldn’t make it, here’s a taste of what you missed and why we’re a proud sponsor of this always-entertaining motorcycle gathering.
Local photog and motorcyclist, Michelle Pemberton arrives on her ’73 CL350 Honda.
Corey from Good Spark Garage gives Ton Up Indy’s Eric Anderson a ride around the venue as he announced tidings of great joy.
Metal, polished or with patina, is abundant. So is leather and black apparel.
Jared from Vardagen brought his Norton Commando along with some nicely designed and hand-printed shirts at their vendor tent.
Rik Tommasone’s li’l Honda won a well-deserved trophy for Best Cafe Racer this year.
Matty Bennett from National Moto+Cycle sets up an impressive row of their custom motobikes in the vendor area.
Brix Milner and his unique Moto Guzzi.
A Meyerbuilt Metalworks custom CB550 Honda made its debut at the show.
Adam Ratcliff of Ton Up Indy and his best friend.
Indy motorcyclist, Jessy Falvy, and her Honda shod with good n’ meaty tires.
American iron added to the mix of Japanese and Euro motorcycles.
Firing the bikes up to ride from Melody Inn to Flat 12 Bierworks for the afterparty.
We believe a child should be raised in a healthy environment and exposed to motorcycles as early as possible.
Lotta Hondas zipping around Rockers Reunion; cool to see the variations on a theme.
A little Italian thump to supplement the soundscape.
Ryan Abegglen of Ton Up Indy parks his Triumph.
Old bikes. Old-school helmets. Right on, dudes.
Along with the eclectic mix o’ bikes, these events are great for people-watching.
Bikes and their riders gather at the afterparty at Flat 12 Bierworks.
Louisville’s Vice Tricks added some psycho-rock ambience to the afterparty with Ms. Verity Vice on the upright bass and King on vocals and guitar.
Ton Up Club members. Thanks, guys, for hosting a great event!
A handful of winners from the 2013 Rockers Reunion Indianapolis Bike Show.
This year, the weather forecast was looking terrible for the event. Hail, high winds and torrential downpours were potentially headed to Indy, but when the event rolled around there was only a few minutes of sprinkles and perfect temps for the entire bike show and afterparty. That’s Spring in the Midwest. So, if you stayed home or couldn’t make it to Rockers Reunion this year, don’t miss next year and ride on in, man! Keep it tuned to the event’s website for dates and info about 2014.
Also, to see lots more of our pics from the event, click on over to our Facebook photo album and share with yer friends!