The Wall is an artistic impression of a typical bikers’ café in the Sixties. The inspiration came from PeeGee’s owner, a Seventies biker who, in his heyday, enjoyed going to bikers cafés and meeting Sixties Rockers along with, what was then, a new movement from the old British bikes to the Seventies Japanese imports. This is his tribute to those great days!

day hawks - the Wall artwork at Pee Gee Motorcycles

The Artist – Geraint Evans

Geraint is a young artist. He did his research and then spent a period of 4 weeks hand painting his interpretation of a Sixties Café onto the 18’ x 10’ wall.  The mural is painted in black and white to create a feel of that era. However, he added a small splash of colour to bring a modern twist to the image.