Join us At the beach
Atlanta-based, Caffeine and Octane is America's largest monthly car show, with over 20,000 spectators in attendance each month. Caffeine and Octane 'At The Beach' is the brain child of Bryan Fuller in partnership with Caffeine and Octane as a destination event in Jekyll Island, Georgia.
In its inaugural year, Caffeine and Octane At The Beach boasted 300+ vehicles, with over 7,500 attendees. It is designed for heavily influential gear-heads gathering the next generation of auto and bike enthusiasts spanning various industries, including automotive, design and manufacturing.
The top event of the weekend is the Forged Invitational. This year Forged Invitational featured over forty custom car and motorcycle builders from around the country alongside their forged metal machines in a beautiful, beachside settling, all hand-picked by Bryan Fuller himself. Custom bike builders included: Analog Motorcycles, Gas Axe Chop Shop, Bobby Seeger, Desmopro, David Perry, Derek Kimes, Apex Cycle Shop, Loaded Gun Customs, J. Webster Designs, LC Fabrications, Jesse Spade and more. Custom car builders included: Roadster Shop, Greening Auto Company, GTS Customs, Pfaff Designs, Weaver Customs, Tredwear, Year One, Custom Chrome Plating, RM Motorsports, Charvonia Design and more.
The 2018 Forged Invitational included forty one-of-a-kind cars and motorcycles that are all special in their own right. Some of the feature cars traveled from Detroit (courtesy of Pilot Transport) and other states such as Alabama and Illinois. See some of the builders, the bikes and the cars that were prestigiously showcased on the Jekyll Island Convention lawn overlooking the ocean. Congratulations to our 2018 winners.
Historic Jekyll Island is the perfect setting for a car and motorcycle show. There was so much to see and do over St. Paddy's Day Weekend! Events included educational workshops on popular topics such as welding and sheet metal basics as well as walking tours of the show with Caffeine and Octane TV hosts, Bryan Fuller and Skip Smith. There was also a Sweetwater Brews Cruise and a St.Paddy's Day Celebration Saturday night.