Bike Time Winter Bash draws 1500 people, raises supports for 2015 event
March 8, 2015 - bbq set
MUSKEGON, MI -“It’s a many fun you’re going to have until spring.”
For chairperson Flo Predko, that’s a easiest approach to report Bike Time’s annual Winter Bash. The fundraiser for a widely-popular motorcycle festival set to take place in Muskegon Jul 16-19 drew some-more than 1,500 people to Fricano Place on Saturday, Mar 7.
Children’s activities, auctions, live music, games and food highlighted a 12-hour event. New attractions this year enclosed a “Bearded Biker Parade” hosted by a Lumbertown Beard Barons and a cake eating contest, that Predko pronounced was a fun further to a event.
Six people competed in a initial contest, one that symbolizes what a whole celebration is all about.
“It’s only a place for bikers to come and blow of some steam,” Predko said. It’s a place to get absolved of a winter blues and offshoot adult with everybody again before summer.”
Signs of open seemed to accompany a event, as a Muskegon-area gifted some of a warmest continue in new memory via a day.
Proceeds from a eventuality advantage start-up costs compared with a summer Bike Time festival, including costs to tighten streets and acquire licenses and insurance, Predko said.
The AC/DC reverence rope “Let There Be Rock” and a dance and cocktail rope Pop Fiction supposing a live celebration during a event. Pizza, sandwiches from Top Butcher Shoppe and BBQ and beverages were also accessible via a day.
The celebration will continue until midnight. Admission is $5 and no children underneath a age of 21 will be certified after 9 p.m. For some-more information, revisit a event’s Facebook page.
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