3 things to know about Muskegon Bike Time’s opening day

Muskegon Bike Time is America’s fastest growing motorcycle event

Bike Time is America’s fastest growing motorcycle event

Muskegon Bike Time is America’s fastest growing motorcycle event, full of fun, food, music, and motorcycles.

Each year Western Avenue, in downtown Muskegon, is converted into a 10-block long “Steel Horse Alley” where bikers can show off their rides.

Don’t miss all of the fun, including musical entertainment by national artists, & blessing of the bikes! www.muskegonbiketime.com.

#1 Custom Bike Show Details – Starts on Saturday

  • Registration: 9AM -11AM
  • Judging – 1-3 PM
  • Awards – 4:30PM
  • Concert – After Awards Ceremony

Bike Time Custom Bike Show Details

Location: Muskegon, MI – MAP
Date: Saturday, July 20th
Load-in: Early Saturday Morning
Muskegon Bike Time Event Website: muskegonbiketime.com

Bike Show Classes

  • Freestyle Class -1st Place Cash Prize: $1,500
  • Modified Harley – 1st Place Cash Prize: $1,000
  • Retro MOD – 1st Place Cash Prize: $750
  • Radical Bagger Class – 1st Place Cash Prize: $750

Get ready for the Rumble – The annual Muskegon Bike Time Rally rolls into town and on July 20, 2013. The custom bike kicks off Saturday morning and wraps up before the evening concerts. The rally welcomes thousands of Harley-Davidson riders and Custom Bike Builders..

#2 Bike Time’s layout

Bike Time will take place on Western Avenue between Terrace and Seventh streets. The layout includes three beer gardens, which will all have their own schedule of events and entertainment. They are:

  • Porky’s, located on the corner of Western Avenue and Second Street
  • Bust’d Hawg, located near Clay Avenue and Fourth Street
  • Twisted Lizard, located on Western Avenue in between Fifth and Sixth streets

The Street Bike Stunt Team performance will take place around Jefferson Street, near the post office, while the ABATE Burnout Pit will be on Western Avenue, next door to the post office.

Hot Rod Harley-Davidson will also have concerts on its property Friday and Saturday night.

To see a map of the festival’s layout, click here.

#3 The parking situation

Western Avenue between Seventh and Terrace streets will be closed to vehicular traffic, except motorcycles. Parking will also be unavailable for anyone who is not on a bike.

Traffic will be kept moving on Seventh and Terrace streets, Shoreline Drive and Clay Avenue, but vehicles and motorcycles will not be allowed to park on the side streets north and south of Western Avenue. Those who park in those areas will be subject to ticketing and towing, according to Muskegon Public Safety Director Jeff Lewis. The roads will reopen to traffic and parking on Monday morning.

Crossing guards will also be posted at Terrace Street and Western Avenue to help pedestrians cross Terrace safely to get to events at Hot Rod Harley-Davidson.

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