Landlocked comin hot!
Time for the Landlocked Show again!!
Cruise on over to the Linen Building this Saturday from noon- 8pm for the 4th year of the Landlocked Show! Presented by Rawhide Cycles with some help from myself and Elliott, we have been curating bikes and vendors to put on another great show for all!
Custom, vintage motorcycles will be on display inside the historical Linen Building in downtown Boise along with more rad bikes and hotrods parked outside.
Local and regional vendors, including Clay By Shay (some of my work will be available at her booth), Hells Canyon Bolo, At Hand Leather, Junior's Handmade, and The Ton Magazine just to name a few, will be set up inside and outside of the building selling their amazing goods and parts, so make sure you show them some support as well!
Thirsty? Or maybe you just love old vans like we do? Look for Runaway- the rad 1965 Econoline van parked outside, serving up cold adult beverages from taps mounted to the side of the van. Grab some local baked goods or whatever tasty treats Catherine decides to cook up for us at the Savory n' Sweet booth.
Commemorate this year's show with some merch from the Landlocked Mercantile. A variety of goods will be available to buy, printed with artwork from the show poster (designed by yours truly with the help from Shawn McKinney and Randy). Killer photographs will be on display and available by Ken Nagahara (staff photographer for Roller and Ripper Magazines out of Japan) and Mark Kirkland (who will be filming the show again this year and shoots a lot for Rawhide). Liquid Death and other beverages will also be available at the Merc to keep you hydrated.
Looking forward to seeing you this Saturday!
Huge thank you to all of this year's sponsors and everyone involved! Please contact me if you are interested in being a vendor for next year or e-mail email@example.com if you have a vintage bike you deem worthy or would like to be a sponsor or volunteer or just help out in anyway.