From Caledonia Patch:
"The HOT BIKE Power Tour™ makes its grand finale stop THIS Wednesday, Aug. 28
at Racine's Pershing Park, 800 Pershing
"The 2013 tour started in Little Rock, Ark., on Saturday, Aug. 24 and traveled
to Jackson, Tenn., Bowling Green, Ky., and Anderson, Ind., before arriving in
Racine. About 150 to 200 motorcycle enthusiasts, known as 'longriders' are expected for the entire five days.
"In Racine, one-day registration opens at 9 a.m. at Racine
Harley-Davidson, 1155 Oakes Rd. Registration is $25.
"Riders already on the tour are expected to arrive at Pershing Park along
Racine's lakefront throughout the afternoon. They will enter Racine County on
Green Bay Road (Highway 31) and head to the lakefront via Durand Avenue
(Highway 11), Wisconsin Avenue and Main Street. Access to Pershing Park and
Pershing Drive will be limited to tour participants.
"The Hot Bike magazine Manufacturer Midway is open 1-8 p.m. Everyone is
invited to see the motorcycles and displays at no charge. The Test and Tune
Motorcycle Dyno, ABATE burnout pit and Reaction Racing are among the planned activities
for tour participants. GRS Finest Street Bike Stunt Show starts at 2 p.m. The
band 'Burn' performs from 2-4 p.m. and 'Georgia Overdrive'
takes the stage from 6-8 p.m. Food and beverages will be available for
purchase. Click HERE
for the full event schedule.
"The tour wraps up with awards on Thursday and many participants will head to
Milwaukee for the opening of the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration.
"The HOT BIKE magazine Power Tour is presented by GEICO Motorcycle and
co-presented by Official Oil AMSOIL. Real Racine, Racine County's destination
marketing organization, is the local presenter.
"Registration fees for bike and riders include entry for all the prizes and
giveaways. Call 1-877-413-6515 or visit www.hotbikeweb.com/2013/powertour for details."
Read more: http://caledonia.patch.com/groups/real-racines-blog/p/hot-bike-power-tour-rumbles-into-racine_af52077c
Coinciding with Harley-Davidson's 110th Anniversary in Milwaukee, this could be a huge event. Be careful driving. Keep your eyes and ears open for motorcycles.