Daytona 2016: Perewitz Custom Paint Show

Peacocking at the beach

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

With winter receding into the rear view mirror, it's time to hit the road. Pull baby out of storage, get to Daytona Beach for Bike Week, and cut loose. It's the perfect way to shed cabin fever and move into the riding season. Builder Dave Perewitz knows that better than most people and his Perewitz Custom Paint Show is making its place in the industry as a great way to show off that custom scoot you've worked so hard creating in the cold winter months.

Destination Daytona hosted the event yesterday starting at 11 am in Ormond Beach. Hired lens John Jackson was on hand for us, targeting the show with his photographer's eye. Here's our first gallery from the event. Believe me, there'll be more to follow today and tomorrow!

Didn't make it out to the event? You can catch more Daytona Bike Week action here in our events section.

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson

dave perewitz 2016 daytona

The king of flames holds court.

Words: Mark Masker Photography: John Jackson