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The guys at Riders On The Norm talk to Chase Stopnik from Cycle Zomibies You can listen to episode number 14 here, Kindly give Riders On The Norm a follow on Facebook, Instagram, and check out their storefront. All proceeds raised through their store go to the production of the show. Keep up the great work guys and thanks for the shout out!- Lisa
Petroliana Boise is a motorcycle only show. Customs or classics any make. Friday is the pre-show party with room to camp. Saturday is the show, vendor and builder setup starts at 7:30 AM, open to all after 10:00 AM ends at 5. There will be live music from noon on and food vendors onsite. The show is free to enter and free to attend. No awards, no parking segregation, no bullshit! Show up and chill. Sunday swap and breakfast.
The Kentucky Kick Down is a 3-day vintage motorcycle festival. There's a gathering Friday evening at The Haymarket Whiskey Bar in downtown Louisville with live music and libations. Saturday starts with the Big Sid Memorial Ride, followed by the Kick Down from noon to 10 pm, including live music, vendors, food trucks, Miss KKD contest, pool tourney, pit bike stunt show and of course the bike show at The Barret Bar in the historic Highlands neighborhood, with the block of Barret Avenue closed for the event. Sunday morning meet up at Retrowrench vintage motorcycle shop for coffee and doughnuts before heading home. Our goal is to welcome all walks of motorcyclists to Louisville, KY every third weekend in September to celebrate the culture of seeing things via two wheels.
The bike show is open to all makes of bikes that are twenty-five years and older. Admission is $5.00 for adults. Children 12 and under are free and must be accompanied by an adult. Motorcycles of all makes and years are absolutely welcome, but show judging will be limited to vintage motorcycles only. There will be motorcycle parking for non-show bikes this again year for $15 which includes your admission to the show. The show is Rain or Shine and Judges will have the final decision in all classes of judging and their word is final.
I remember being a teenage kid in the 1980's and thinking our generation sucked. Everything from the 50's and 60's seemed SO much cooler. The decade of Flock of Seagulls haircuts and retarded neon clothes wasn't known for it's tastefulness, but now that enough time has gone by, certain artifacts of that period seem kinda neat to me. Read more.
Big thanks to member Andrew Hull for including CC in all of his rad events. We've sent a small box of goodies for him to give away during the day. Support your fellow member and your local scene!
August 27th 2016 - Get your motorbikes and your camping gear out! The show starts at 11 am Saturday morning, we will hang out on Main Street till 3 pm where there will be raffles, giveaways, and judging for the only two awards of the Spare Arts Moto Show. Longest Distance Traveled and Best in Show! Around 3:30 pm we will hop in the saddle and ride to the camp site where we will set up quick and then leave for a cruise into Iowa for beers and food, then back to camp! Now if you are down for the camping and ride part hit me up here or drop me a DM!
This show will evolve as the date gets closer so keep your eye on it! Plenty of great giveaway items as well!! -Andrew