We’re continuing our year-long 40th anniversary celebration by loading up the show rig and heading out to several points on the compass this fall, ready to display our unique product line of more than 15 wheel designs. Also on tour through the end of the year will be our line of calipers, hand and foot controls and bagger accessories.
First stop will be in Berlin, Md., for the annual Delmarva Bike Week near Ocean City. Scheduled Sept. 16-19, Delmarva Bike Week is absolutely free. And like the sponsors say, if it rains you get a bike wash and wet T-shirt contest thrown in for free! For more details, visit http://www.delmarvabikeweek.com.
Next on Performance Machine fall rally agenda is a stop-off in Reno, Nev., as well as nearby Carson City and Virginia City. Street Vibrations Motorcycle Festival is a gathering of music, metal and motorcycle enthusiasts that’s so big, it can’t be contained in one city. There will be tours, live entertainment, parades, ride-in shows, stunt shows and more. The show runs Sept. 22-26. For additional information, click on http://www.road-shows.com/street_vibrations.php.
And, of course, what Oktoberfest would be complete without Biktoberfest, an international award-winning motorcycle festival set smack in the middle of Daytona Beach, Fla. This year’s extravaganza runs from Oct. 14-17 and puts the emphasis on plenty of sun, bikes and fun. To find out more, visit http://biketoberfest.org.
Finally, we’re pulling our huge show rig into Galveston, Tex., Nov 4 and leaving it there through Nov. 7 for the absolutely free Lone Star Rally. This event includes a biker promenade and Best Decorated Bike & Rider Contest, the Lone Star Rally Poker Run and Crawl, a display of military tribute bikes, and a Tattoo Expo featuring the best artists in the nation to help you with your body art. Details are at http://www.lonestarrally.com.
From Maryland to Texas, Performance Machine will be easy to find during the fall motorcycle rally season. If you’re planning on attending any of these great events, be sure to stop by and say hello to the PM crew.