Charlotte to welcome the area’s motorcycling community

June 2, 2017 by  

Members of the motorcycling community from Charlotte and the surrounding areas may wish to make plans now to attend an event that has been planned with them in mind.

The Queen City Bike Fest and Charity Ride, which has been organized by the JDC Group, LLC., will showcase all things motorcycle, from custom motorcycles to those used for stunt riding.

There will be everything from social events to welcome the guests to the festival, to a charity ride in support of the USO of North Carolina, and an invitation-only function for VIP pass holders. Logo design services for a function such as this can be provided courtesy of a local print shop.

According to the organizers, the goal of this event is to promote safe motorcycling for both riders and the general public alike, and also to create an environment that can be enjoyed by the whole family. A free app has been created for those who plan on attending the festivities or who just want to find out more about them. Funds raised during the ride, as well as a portion from the sale of branded apparel, weekend passes, and more will be donated to the USO.

The Queen City Bike Fest will be rolling in to Charlotte on Friday, September 1, and it will run until September 3. More details, as well as an opportunity to purchase tickets or submit a sponsorship application, can be found on its website.

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