…it gave the cars and bikes an excellent backdrop in front of the aged building facades with their old school signage along with some street graffiti adding to the atmosphere.
The conditions on the day were perfect. As cars and bikes started to roll in, the vibe was beginning to grow. The sound of engines bouncing off the factory walls and the smell of fumes made your senses gravitate to these magnificent pieces of machinery. Enthusiasts were fast building up in their groups and the eager public were mixing in with this understated street of coolness. And if you needed a break from all of the excitement on the street, you could stroll into Kustom Lane Gallery and get a fix of some amazing lowbrow art – featuring local artists with their creations along with merchandise dedicated to Melbourne’s car and bike culture.