Vikki and The Bike Shed army
On May 24 and 25 we took our urban collection of vintage jackets, jeans and footwear across the channel to participate in the third edition of The Bike Shed‘s BSMC event. Whoever set foot in the London based Tobacco Dock during the event will agree that whatever expectations you might have had in advance, BSMC III exceeded them by far.
Entering the iconic Tobacco Dock location meant entering a world created with attention to even the slightest detail. If it’s café racers, scramblers, brat style motorcycles or bobbers that you’re into, this was the event to be. Both quality and quantity of bikes were of high level, which got people gasping at the bikes to get every detail in. Quality found its way to every aspect of the event, therefore only exhibitors of relevant products with a setting to match the event were found on this third edition of the BSMC event. One quick look around showed that all exhibitors understood this idea very well; everybody looked the part.
Two days of BSMC III ended up showing a great vibe, unique atmosphere and a very enthusiastic crowd. All this was drawn by the combination of beautiful bikes, a unique location and above all an organization that ran like clockwork. For REV’IT! it meant interacting with a crowd that showed a great interest in our products on both the design side as well as the safety side of it.The fact that we show respect to the past in our designs while at the same time showing modern day technology on the inside really hit the spot.
If you missed out on BSMC III be sure to look out for the next edition. If you want to get your taste of the vintage motorcycle vibe before that, make sure to come see us at Wheels and Waves in Biarritz on June 12-15. See you there!