“Hank” Johansson, the guy behind Mooneyes Sweden, hosts an annual bike show in the middle of the snowy cold February winter in Sweden.
The show is held at a very special place. The over 50 choppers and bobbers are showed inside a gently restored old steel mill from the early 1800s!
The area has industrial history dating back even earlier, though there are still buildings and traces that date back as far as the 1600s.
So having a classic bike show inside a building like this creates an amazing atmosphere hard to describe to anyone that hasn’t seen it in person!
Sweden has always had a very strong bike scene and the classic chopper/bobber style has been popular around this northern European country for a very long time.
The show was filled with cool Panheads, Knuckles, Indians, British bikes and of course some old Swedish Husqvarna bikes showed up too.
A few artists, pinstripers, painters and tattoo artists came to show off their stuff along side the bikes.
The show focuses on just a cool show and getting together and having a good ol’ time.
Following the show, in the evening, the party takes over and fills the old building with Rock n’ Roll and people enjoying more then just a great show.