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Nashville Bike Week To Cruise Into Middle Tennessee September 2017
The newest 10-day motorcycle rally in over 60 years
Nashville, Tenn. (April 13, 2016)– Event organizers for the inaugural Nashville Bike Week have announced a 10-day motorcycle rally and festival, based at the historic Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and Camp Grounds, on September 14-24, 2017 in Hurricane Mills, TN. Nashville Bike Week will offer motorcycle enthusiasts live music, stunt shows and multiple scenic rides around the great state. Early bird tickets are currently available online at www.nashvillebikeweek.com.
With over 200k registered motorcyclists just in the state of Tennessee, and an invitation extended to thousands of motorcyclists worldwide, this could prove to be one of the largest and most anticipated bike rallies to take place in this region of the country.
Hosted on 2800 acres of beautiful scenery, Nashville Bike Week will offer something for everyone with onsite camping, four stages of live music, over 200 vendors, multiple stunt shows and performers, bike games, charity rides and planned daily rides on some of the most picturesque trails and famous rides in the United States. Two of those celebrated rides include Tail of the Dragon, which straddles the Tennessee-North Carolina state line along the southwestern border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the Cherohala Skyway, which crosses the Cherokee and Nantahala National Forests in both states. Other breathtaking rides with sweeping corners and historic views include Natchez Trace Parkway, TN Route 12 North and hundreds more!
For the racing enthusiast, Nashville Bike Week will offer an additional 200 acres set up just 10 miles from the ranch to hold motorcycle flat track and motorcycle dirt drags races during the 10-day event.
For bikers who want to experience the historical Nashville honky-tonks and other downtown sites, Nashville Bike Week has arranged exclusive motorcycle parking for Nashville Bike Week attendees (participating bars and information to follow at a later date.)
Event-goers are urged to purchase early bird tickets, currently available for $150. Ticket prices will increase starting April 29 when the first headline performer is announced. Ticket price includes primitive onsite camping, hundreds of bands, with major music headliners performing every night, daily shows including death defying stunts by the Ives Brothers, the Busted Knuckle Stunt Tour, along with one of the top fire performers in the country, Torch, The Fire Performer, biker comedian legend, Bag Lady Sue and much more. Together with daily stunt shows, performances, and some of the biggest motorcycle vendors onsite, Nashville Bike Week is set to make history as one of the top motorcycle rallies in the country.
Nashville Bike Week is sponsored in part by American Born Moonshine, Miller Lite, and Sun Drop. Numerous venues, local biker bars, honky-tonks are also signed on to participate, including 11 Harley-Davidson dealerships in the surrounding area.
What: Nashville Bike Week
When: September 14-24, 2017
Where: Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, 8000 Highway South, hurricane Mills, TN 37078
Ticket Packages: Tickets can be purchased online at www.nashvillebikeweek.com
10-day General Admission Early Bird Ticket $150 includes:
• One ticket per person required
• Access to the full the 10-day Nashville Bike Week experience
• Primitive camping area access
• One car parking pass
Additional Package Add-Ons:
Camper/RV parking starts at $200 and up.
Tent Rentals for $650 includes:
• One tent
• One Cooler
• One Air Mattress
• One flashlight
• Two Pillows
• Two Lawn Chairs
VIP Bus package $17,000.00 includes:
• 12 tickets for all 10 days of Nashville Bike Week 2017
• Breakfast and Dinner in VIP Catering Section
• Open bar for the duration of the event including Miller Lite and American Born Moonshine products
• Personal Showers and Restrooms in VIP section specifically for your bus
• Attendant on hand 24/7 to keep coolers full of ice and take care of buses
For More Information, visit www.nashvillebikeweek.com
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