Chicagoland Theatrical Premier of The Harbortown Bobber

Wanted to send the word out to our friends in the Chicagoland area about the Harbortown Bobber Theatrical screening at the classic Portage Theater on Thursday, Feb. 18th at 8pm. Afterparty at the Five Star Bar!

Time: February 18, 2010 at 8pm to February 19, 2010 at 1am
Location: Portage Theater
Street: 4050 North Milwaukee Ave.
City/Town: Chicago, IL
Event Type: screening
Organized By: Chicago Ton-Up Club

From the directors of the award-winning motorcycle movies "Choppertown: the Sinners" and "Brittown" comes a new motorcycle fabrication adventure.

Two years in the making, The Harbortown Bobber follows the ground-up build of Scott DiLalla's '69 bobber as various back yard masters put their hands on it creating a unique custom motorcycle, showing their techniques and telling their own personal stories along the way.

Guaranteed to make you go out back and fire up the welder!

Here's what the press has to say:
"The best motorcycle movie to date". ~Lisa Ballard, Cycle Source Magazine

"Night shirt, check. Slippers, check. Monkey pillow, check. Harbortown Bobber DVD in the player, double freaking check!!! Lets get ready to Ruuummmble!!!" ~Matt and Dean. DicE magazine

"Much more than a how-to video, The Harbortown Bobber takes you on a hard-rocking ride through Southern California's custom bike scene while showing you everything that goes into the making of a one-of-a-kind British bobber." ~Brian Catterson, Motorcyclist Magazine

ALL REGION motorcycle DVD with bonus clips and 12 page full-color booklet.

Featuring: Irish Rich (Sinner Nomad), Earl Kane (Earl's Bikes), J-Bird (Japanese Jay), Jonathan Smith, Todd's Cycle, Century Cycles, U.S. Kustoms, Dennis Goodson and the music of The Lords of Altamont.

Thanks as always for the support. Stay independent.

Runtime: over 2 hours!
Region: 0 (ALL regions guaranteed - USA, Europe, Japan OK!)

Filed under best Motorcycle DVD, best motorcycle movie category.

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