The Bike Shed

The Bike Shed Motorcycle Club started in November 2011 as a blog about the ‘new wave’ custom motorcycles.
The cafe racers, brat-style, scramblers, etc. They wrote about the new bikes and builders on the scene,
especially in the UK & Europe.
Today they are the largest independent motorcycle blog in the world, with the largest social media presence.
They run three huge shows a year and plan to increase this number to five.
In 2015, they organised three big events in Paris in Carreau du Temple , in London in Tobacco Dock and in Biarritz in the Wheels and Waves .
To celebrate The Bell Custom 500, the first helmet created by the Californian firm in 1954, they promote the respective brands in an intelligent way, Bell and Mecanic Sport launched the Pimp my Bell project.
A selected number of Custom 500 helmets have been customized by artists coming from all around the globe, with different nationalities, each one of them with a unique talent.

All the artists have been able to freely spread their talents on the helmets and the results proved very convincing.

All these Custom 500 personally autographed by their authors was sold for the benefit of the IRME,
Institute of research on the spinal cord and encephalon. A charity project dedicated for the love of art and
culture.

At this time when they asked to Dit Cheyenne to participate to this project with 15 others artists like Tom Gilmour, Machine Revival, or Ornemental Conifer, she was in India. She realized this project from India and did pictures for the events which was exposed .