Laughlin River Run – 30th Anniversary April 25th-29th 2012

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Are you ready for one of the biggest, baddest, and best rallies of the year? We here at Performance Machine are packing up and hitting the road to revel in all of the entertainment, hot bikes, maybe a little blackjack and the other assorted festivities that the 30th Laughlin River Run has to offer.

Tickets are only $25 and give you access to the custom bike show on Saturday, numerous exhibits from your favorite vendors, and free outdoor music and entertainment just about everywhere you turn. But I know you won’t be satisfied until you’ve looked over the latest and greatest that Performance Machine and Xtreme Machine has to offer and, never fear, we will be there. Performance Machine will be set up at the Edgewater and you can get your Xtreme Machine fix down at the Pioneer. We will be there from Wednesday to Saturday, so make sure to stop on by before the suds and sun take their toll and you suddenly find yourself on a hot streak at a nearest craps table. (Never walk away from a hot streak.)

After indulging in some Register at the Tropicana Express on Friday morning to go on the American Veterans Poker Run, and enjoy the ride with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that all donations will be given to recognized organizations for our tri-state veterans.

Perhaps you’ve been working on your bike all year long and it is just begging to be shown off. Enter it in the Custom Bike Show on Friday night and win a share of the $1500 prize of cash and gift certificates, not to mention the admiration, adoration and just a hint of envy from spectators and competitors alike.

For 30 years, the Laughlin River Run has been one of the major highlights of the season, and if they keep up this kind of party, we can expect to enjoy ourselves for another 30 years to come.

For more information on the Laughlin River Run, including the concert line-up, nearby hotels and site map, visit http://www.laughlinriverrun.com/

We’ll see you in Laughlin!

 

 

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