If you are getting ready to plan your next motorcycle ride or maybe your first motorcycle ride, riders of all makes and models should consider the inaugural Hot Bike Power Tour planned for the summer of 2013. Riders who live in the Midwest and are looking outside at a foot or more of snow right now can start dreaming about taking their motorcycle on this historic motorcycle ride starting August 24th in Little Rock, AR and ending in Racine, Wisconsin on August 29th. Harley riders may be even more excited knowing the tour ends one day and 30 miles away from Milwaukee, where Harley-Davidson will be celebrating its 110th anniversary from August 29th through September 2nd.
The inaugural 2013 Hot Bike Power Tour motorcycle ride will travel through 5 cities in 5 days as listed below:
Saturday, August 24th Little Rock, AR Downtown
Sunday, August 25th Jackson, TN Fairgrounds Park
Monday, August 26th Bowling Green, KY National Corvette Museum
Tuesday, August 27th Anderson, IN Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
Wednesday, August 28th Racine, WI Downtown Lake Front
Thursday, August 29th Racine, WI LongRider Ceremony Only
The cool thing is, riders don’t have to go on the entire tour, they are welcome to join in and drop off throughout the entire motorcycle ride from any city. Spectators can stop by any of the events for free and check out the thousands of motorcycles that are expected to participate.
Those wishing to participate can visit www.HotBikeWeb.com to pre-register by Wednesday, August 14, 2013 for $50.00 plus a $3.50 handling fee; those wishing to register on-site will pay $60.00 plus a handling fee. Riders looking to join the Tour for just one day only pay $25.00 and can only register on-site.
Further information on the Inaugural Hot Bike Power Tour can be found at www.HotBikeWeb.com, www.familyevents.com or by calling (317) 236-6515. Hotel information is available at www.Hotels4Bikes.com and clicking on the hotel button. Whether you ride a BMW, Harley, Honda, Yamaha, or any other motorcycle, this is a motorcycle ride for everyone.