Ride Culture Oil Presents: Spitfire Speedshop and Broken Dollars at Spoke & Stringer 22.08.19

Ride Culture Oil Presents: Spitfire Speedshop and Broken Dollars at Spoke & Stringer 22.08.19

Images courtesy of Del Hickey @Delhickey

Last week we welcomed Spitfire Speedshop and Broken Dollars Band to our corner of the Harbourside for a night of Motorcycles, Live Music, Food & Beer. 

Spitfire Speed Shop presented their newest and most ground-breaking bikes, driven by their passion for totally rebuilding older bikes that would just fade away over time. 

Broken Dollars took centre stage performing some new recorded songs featured on their upcoming album, Hope & Fate. Serving up the drinks were Roksoba & their 0% Zero Fear Beer, along with Dead Man's Fingers Spiced Rum. 

Eclectic Motorcycles and their collection of uniquely crafted motorcycles & hand made apparel took over our Deli in style. 

"We had the best weather and an amazing turn out. A collective of many like minded people who all share the same enthusiasm for the ride culture lifestyle. With incredible food laid on by Spoke & Stringer, the Rok Soba FEAR Zero beer available to all to sample and the complete Spitfire Speed Shop collection on show." - Broken Dollars

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 Images courtesy of Del Hickey @Delhickey

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