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Twenty fully custom motorcycles from around the globe are now on view at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco. MOTO MMXX, guest curated by Hugo Eccles, highlights cutting edge motorcycles from the past decade; each motorcycle is a one-off or a prototype. Some built for speed, some for beauty, and some as a provocation. Many are on view for the first time to the public. Learn more and book your tickets today at sfmcd.org plus check out a virtual tour of MOTO MMXX at sfmcd.org.
Now on view through January 3, 2020, the Museum of Craft and Design presents “MOTO MMXX” guest curated by Hugo Eccles. The custom motorcycle scene has exploded over the past decade, transitioning from a fringe pursuit into a mainstream phenomenon. MOTO MMXX displays custom motorcycles that epitomize and represent the best contemporary examples of this resurgence. Featuring motorcycles from around the globe, MOTO MMXX showcases innovative international builders, cutting-edge custom motorcycles, as well as videos, sketches, and renderings that unveil the creative process behind the final product.
Reflecting a broad range of techniques that builders employ, guest curator Hugo Eccles offers a glimpse behind the curtain of the custom motorcycle scene allowing visitors the ability to experience both the finished ‘design’ and the ‘craft’ behind the glossy machines. MOTO MMXX will challenge the audience’s perception of the traditional motorcycle and highlight possible directions that the industry is going, can go or should go. It will showcase the actors and supporting characters, who design and build contemporary custom motorcycles using both traditional crafts and state-of-the-art technologies. Learn more about the exhibition on MCD’s website and a virtual 360 recording of the exhibition will be available at sfmcd.org/motommxx.
‘Bibu’ Alex, DesmoBIBU; Jens vom Brauck, JvB-moto; Jason Cormier, Curtiss Motorcycles; Alex Earle, Earle Motors; Hugo Eccles, Untitled Motorcycles; Aaron & Shaun Guardado, Suicide Machine Co.; Kurosu Kaichiroh, Cherry’s Co.; Satya Kraus, Kraus Motor Co.; Ernest Lee, Combat Motors; Ronin; Joey Ruiter, J.Ruiter; J. Shia, Madhouse Motors; Shinya Kimura, Chabott Engineering; Walt Siegl, Siegl; Cristian Sosa, Sosa Metal Works; Kurt Walter, Icon 1000; Jack Watkins, Watkins Motorworks; Bill Webb, Huge Design; and Jay Wen, ETT