MUSKEGON, MI – Stunt shows and dwell new music helped welcome motorcyclists to Rebel Highway on Friday, July 16.
Stephanie Jenkins, who attended just about every Rebel Highway rally due to the fact it commenced in 2015, reported she’s on the lookout ahead to becoming back again soon after two years without having an event.
“It’s superior for Muskegon. It provides dollars to the town and bikes,” Jenkins reported.
Bikes lined the streets in downtown Muskegon Friday for the return of Rebel Street and Bike Time. The rallies, held more than the identical weekend in Muskegon, draw 1000’s to the town for a celebration of bikes, foodstuff, new music and much more. Equally functions ended up canceled final yr due to COVID-19.
Bikers returned this 7 days to fill Western Avenue for the start out of Rebel Street. Michigan’s major motorbike rally kicked off at 5 p.m. with are living tunes, stunt exhibits and a beer garden in Hackley Park, 350 W. Webster Ave.
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Suppliers marketing warm food stuff, leather merchandise, t-shirts and motorcycles packed Western Avenue, reworking it into Rebel Street for the weekend. Western Avenue in between 3rd and Seventh streets will only be open to motorcycle visitors from till Sunday, July 18 at 5 p.m.
The Rebel Street beer yard opened at 5 p.m. when the first band of the rally, Bitter Want, took the stage at Hackley Park.
The 1st two stunt displays of the weekend took over Clay Avenue in between Third and Fourth streets Friday night time. Relentless Stunts will host shows again at noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday. The remaining stunt exhibit is planned for Sunday at noon.
The rest of the weekend involves are living music from regional and nationwide functions, a Overlook Rebel Highway biker pageant, a tattoo contest and raffles.
Rebel Street is organized by and fundraises for the Boy or girl Abuse Council of Muskegon County.
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Muskegon Bike Time is centered all over the Warm Rod Harley Davidson grounds, 149 Shoreline Push.
The 14th once-a-year rally continues Saturday, July 17 with no cost concert events, Harley-Davidson demo rides and contests.
Bike Time finishes on Sunday, July 18 with a Patriot Journey by the Muskegon area.
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