Now in its second year, the Assembly Chopper show kicks off on Saturday 14th July with an opening weekend. Motorcycle fans can expect to see 50 of the highest quality custom built choppers from around the world showcased for one weekend only at House of Vans London. The bikes belong to a host of legendary chopper builders who will be attending the show including Vans veteran Max Schaaf, Ryan Grossman who built the bikes for Sons of Anarchy and John Copeland who makes a return to London following his first UK solo art exhibition at Damien Hirst’s famous Newport Street Gallery. In celebration of the art of chopper there will be best in show awards for the most impressive builds.
In addition to the incredible selection of choppers and builders down at House of Vans over the weekend there will be an exclusive custom chopper photography exhibition and Great Frog jewellery showcase. A few specially selected retailers will also set up shop under the arches, such as The Great Frog, Bonzorro vintage goods, Black Skulls motorcycle jackets, Rag & Bone Customs and Joe King helmets.
New to the Show this year will be a motorcycle swap meet on Lower Marsh street that's being run by Lucky Luke, chopper enthusiasts will be able to buy, sell or trade motorcycle parts. In line with the theme of the weekend the House of Vans cinema will be screening a selection of carefully curated motorcycle related films. Sitting alongside will be live DJs and free drinks courtesy of Pistonhead.
For those unable to make the opening weekend, Dice Magazine’s 'Gone Fishing’ instillation which presents all their past issues and an exclusive photographic showcase of the 2018 show including an iconic 1950s Harley Davidson Panhead will be on display in House of Vans’ gallery space until 29th July 2018.