Revival is a name often associated with some of the most tastefully done custom bikes built today. So when they hold a show to display motorcycles from fellow builders, it's certainly not to be missed. Taking place at Fair Market near downtown Austin, Texas, the Handbuilt Show featured 101 bikes in its fourth annual exhibition. Considering it's held during the same weekend as MotoGP , we were surprised to learn how many attendees were in town just to see the Handbuilt Show. That is, until you step inside and see the array of talent represented. It's not so much a motorcycle show; it's an art gallery, featuring a selection of the most beautifully crafted machines in the two wheeled arena. On top of that, the team from AMDC Wall of Death set up their motordrome, holding stunt shows every hour. Between daredevil displays, custom bikes, and motorcycle-themed artwork, the Handbuilt Show kept visitors entertained for three days straight, from Friday through Sunday. If you didn't make it this year, here is a gallery of what you missed.