Kurt Diserio and the team behind Glory Daze have brought a first-time motorcycle show to Pittsburgh that promises to only get better from here on out.
The show was held at Pittsburgh's Carrie Furnace, a one hundred and thirty-year-old former blast furnace. The industrial site, where so much steel was once formed, provided one of the coolest locations you could find to host a custom motorcycle show. The old steel, rust, and brick, together with an ample amount of graffiti, served as the perfect backdrop to a sea of polished aluminum, chrome, and metal flake paint.
The finely curated show hosted over one hundred custom motorcycles inside the building, while outside, the parking lot filled up early and saw hundreds of show-worthy bikes arriving throughout the day.
With his Glory Daze show, Kurt hopes to expand on the growing custom motorcycle community in Pittsburgh. And by hosting so many beautifully built motorcycles, he also hopes to inspire others to get building and creating two-wheeled works of art of their own.