Return of the Cafe Racers - Oil Stained Brain motorcycle exhibition

Oil Stained Brain motorcycle exhibition

Tim Kills BSA A65 Bobber On November 3rd & 4th I co-hosted a custom motorcycle exhibition in Melbourne named Oil Stained Brain. We had two very talented photographers at the show who documented the whole exhibition. I'm really excited to be releasing a gallery of these shots in a few days so…


Tim Kills BSA A65 Bobber

On November 3rd & 4th I co-hosted a custom motorcycle exhibition in Melbourne named Oil Stained Brain. We had two very talented photographers at the show who documented the whole exhibition. I’m really excited to be releasing a gallery of these shots in a few days so I thought I’d give you all a quick sneak peek at what you can expect to see…

Our 24 builders and their backyard built custom motorcycles

Jole Style’s 1974 Shovelhead “Psycho Daddy”
The Gutter Pirate by Dion Effern
Paul Landman’s replica Captain America Chopper
Rocker Classic Motorcycle’s Yamaha SR based Cappuccino racer
’79 XS650 Cafe Racer by Jay Barrat
Opening night launch party.  Sailor Jerry Rum, a live performance by Bitter Sweet Kicks and film screenings all night. Good times.

Like the Oil StainedBrain Facebook page to see the full gallery of images as soon as they go live.

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