- Iron Head Cycles
- Orange Paint Factory
- Sean's Non-stock Customs
- Kent County Customs
- Slinger Cycles
- Mad Squirrel
- Hellbound Cycles
- Chop-It Cycles ** New
- Hardway Cycles ** New
Iron Head Cycles - They won the People's Choice Award of the Custom Builders' contest last year at the Wharf Rat Rally, and they're excited to be back again this year. From Saint Andre New Brunswick, Marco Page started Iron Head Cycles in 2003 and has been building his reputation since then. Welcome back, Marco - we're glad to have you!
Orange Paint Factory - Orangepaint Factory is based in Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada and specialize in murals, graphics, illustration and have over 20 years experience, producing very high quality artwork onto a variety of different surfaces. Stop by to have your bike pin-striped, or just come to watch! Look for Dan at the Water Street entrance to the Builders' Square.
Kent County Custom Builds – A successful entrepreneur, Luc Leblanc – from Kent County, New Brunswick – shares with us his passion for bikes. Since 2002, Luc has been offering services like welding, mechanical work, machining, painting and chrome for people within every budget range. In 2006, his craftsmanship was broadcast to the world on TSN (The Sports Network) when he rivaled in a competition demanding contestants to build hockey-themed bikes. Fast forward to 2008 and we see a winner of the Enterprise Kent Young Entrepreneur Award. He’s a frequent attendee of various bike shows and conventions, and has helped to put Kent County on the map with his mature, businessman persona.
Sean's Non-stock Customs - Attending the Rally once again, Sean has a great selection of custom-builds to show off.
Mad Squirrel - Hailing from the Cap Pele area of New Brunswick, Timothée Richard has been featured in radio interviews and newspaper articles. Timo brings a unique style of bike with individualized leather work enhancements. See him on the Rotunda across from Headquarters on Saturday afternoon with Tide School.
Hellbound Cycles - The Wharf Rat Rally welcomed Mike Coady from Enfield this year with his custom builds.