Monday, September 12, 2016

This weekend- Kentucky Kick Down

We'd like to thank fellow member Steve Halbleib for including ChopCult in his event!

The Kentucky Kick Down is a 3-day vintage motorcycle festival. There's a gathering Friday evening at The Haymarket Whiskey Bar in downtown Louisville with live music and libations. Saturday starts with the Big Sid Memorial Ride, followed by the Kick Down from noon to 10 pm, including live music, vendors, food trucks, Miss KKD contest, pool tourney, pit bike stunt show and of course the bike show at The Barret Bar in the historic Highlands neighborhood, with the block of Barret Avenue closed for the event. Sunday morning meet up at Retrowrench vintage motorcycle shop for coffee and doughnuts before heading home. Our goal is to welcome all walks of motorcyclists to Louisville, KY every third weekend in September to celebrate the culture of seeing things via two wheels.

The bike show is open to all makes of bikes that are twenty-five years and older. Admission is $5.00 for adults. Children 12 and under are free and must be accompanied by an adult. Motorcycles of all makes and years are absolutely welcome, but show judging will be limited to vintage motorcycles only. There will be motorcycle parking for non-show bikes this again year for $15 which includes your admission to the show. The show is Rain or Shine and Judges will have the final decision in all classes of judging and their word is final.

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