Bike Night is wheeling back to Lansdale

August 29, 2013 by  

The 18th annual Lansdale Bike Night is taking place in the city this September. It is a presentation of Discover Lansdale and the Blue Comet Motorcycle Club, and proceeds from the event will go to several local youth programs.

The day will consist of a ride-in bike show for which trophies will be awarded. There will be several classes of bikes up for judging, which include Antique (1965 and earlier), Bobber – American and Metric, Trikes, Sports Bikes and Radical Choppers. The top three placed entries in each class will be awarded a trophy, and there will also be a Best of Show award. In addition, first prize winners of each class are eligible to compete for the King Daddy Trophy.

Furthermore, there will be two stages featuring entertainment, food, and vendors. So far, confirmed vendors include law firms, printing companies, motorcycle stores, and insurance companies. Those selling merchandise can rent space for $75 or $300, food vendors for $150 or $400, and the cost is $25 for non-profit organizations and motorcycle clubs. Space is free for members of the Blue Comet Motorcycle Club.

Vendors might choose to invest in services from Lansdale printing companies to prepare for this event, which might include sign or banner printing to make their booths more appealing to visitors.

Lansdale Bike Night will take place downtown on September 7 from 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm, and the rain date is September 8. Admission is free, and motorcycle owner can register for $25 in advance or $30 on the night. Call 215-738-2705 for more information.

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