The smell of gasoline, the idling of an old Honda, the taste of local beer and the feel of your dad’s old bike shed. This is what the Fuse Box Moto tavern is all about. Kevin Uhl, local Seattle artist, graphic designer and motorcycle enthusiast created this mural with the help of his friends, Sabe Lewellyn, and Andrew Larson who share similar interests and professions. The bike was illustrated after Kevin’s 1975 KZ400 café style motorcycle that he customized himself. The mural was created over a 2-day span and now sits outside the the Fuse Box.