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There always has been art involved in motorcycling. The first that would come to mind is that of David Mann, but there are many other kinds as well.

The creation of a motorcycle, whether it is a custom or a restored classic, is a form of art. We, as bikers, have shows all over the world to display them. The clothing, jewelry, and, of course, the tattooing are all forms of art. I could go on and on, but you get the idea. Many things we see on a daily basis and fake for granted is art.

What is neat, here, is that an organization that many would think only promote concerts, ballet, and such, is really more than that. The Brevard Cultural Alliance is a nonprofit organization that puts on a wide variety of events, exhibits, classes, and meetings throughout the year.

This event was two days long and held at a local mall, therefore getting a lot of exposure. During these two days, motorcycles, leather work, jewelry, clothing, plus artwork in various forms were on display. Sunday included an outside bike show as well as a Black Leather Ball at the end of the event.

The Ball included music by “Derek and The Slammers,” finger food, and a cash bar. There was also a leather and lace fashion show a ‘97 Harley Bad Boy raffle, and the tattoo contest, which was a real hit.

The money that was raised by this event is to be used for a Youth At Risk program that takes at-risk kids, age 10 to 17, who are having a problem and offers them a positive alternative. I am sure that some of these kids will make it into the world of motorcycling and contribute to the biker lifestyle.

If you are interested in this type of event and want more information on being involved in it next year, please contact Lynne Vroubas, Brevard Cultural Alliance, 2725 St. Johns St., Building C, 2nd Floor Melbourne, FL 32940.

Oh! For your info, according to Webster’s, culture is defined as: The quality in a person or society that arises from the interest in and acquaintance with what is generally regarded as excellent in arts, letters, manners, scholarly pursuits, etc. Cool!!!

See ya there next year.





Article from Biker December 1997, Number 153 an Easyriders magazine.

Photography by Rogue






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