Standard Motorcycle Co. hosts a parking lot market with a little more torque this weekend

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The parking-lot market scene has received a real boost locally by turning what used to be pop-up crunchy flea markets into parties with the addition of live music, food trucks and beer. Standard Motorcycle Co., a co-op garage for creative gearheads, throws their quarterly party this weekend. It's kind of like the also-quarterly Will's A Faire on Mills Avenue, but with a little more of a biker vibe. Browse goods from local vintage clothing dealers, record collectors and artisans while listening to live tunes from the Getbye, Gary Lazer Eyes and Ancient Sun. Test the power of your ride by hooking it up to a mobile dynamometer. You can even tweak your style a bit by getting a haircut or tattoo from Alchemy Salon or Lowbrow Art Productions while you're there. Afterward, wristband-wearing attendees can head downtown for a private party at the brand-new Ace Café. And if you don't have a motorcycle yet, we're sure you'll find someone who can hook you up.

noon-6 p.m. | Standard Motorcycle Co., 2545 Industrial Blvd. | 407-720-3995 | standardmotorcycleco.com | free

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