7th Annual Capitol City Biker Bash at Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston WV which benefits HospiceCare

We are working on events / website at this time.

The WV themed motorcycle was designed and built by Robert “Bear” Parsons, with Temple of Steel Choppers.

Parsons, who died in 2006, was a union craftsman by trade and had a passion for his hobby, making custom-built motorcycles. He looked on this bike as an “expression of art” and he created it to represent West Virginia and its people.

Some of the symbols and imagery he used include the capitol dome, a coal miner with a helmet that lights up, a cardinal, the New River Gorge Bridge and several state parks.

The "Metal Messiah" will also be on display and one of his first completions and considered a masterpiece by motorcycle enthusiasts. It has one multiple awards throughout the United States and has not been seen to the public for over 10 years.  We are so excited to have this display setup at Capitol City Biker Bash!

SATURDAY, June 9, 2018


Line up on Kanawha Boulevard at 9:15 am

Depart at 10 am  

I64 West to Exit 40 

Then US 35 Pt. Pleasant turn right on SR amd go 1 mile to Go Mart on the right.

From Go Mart turn left on SR south to Huntington , turn left on 4th Street to Balck Sheep Harley Davidson. 

Upon leaving take 4th street to US 60 to Hal Greer Blvd. 

Right on Hal Greer to I 64 East.

Take I64 East to Greenbrier Street. Turn left on US 60 East to Hubbard House. 

Thursday, June 7, 2018 

BIKE SHOW check in after 4 pm until 6:30 pm