Motorcycle Events this Spring

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Not sure if the groundhog was right or not, but after the weather that we have had lately, Jim and I are certainly looking forward to spring, especially so we can get out and enjoy the sunshine on the back of our Road King, and maybe even plan some trips to motorcycle events.

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We’ve been really busy with the stores, but that hasn’t stopped me from checking out some of the motorcycle events that are scheduled for spring.

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The Angel City Spring Motorcycle Rally in Georgia happens in April and sounds like it’s going to be a good one. Incorporating the, “Old West,” theme, Angel City is a town that was especially built for bikers. With wet and dry camping, burn out pits, two saloons, a bike show, bike games, and of course a bike ride, Angel City is definitely the place to be April 15 through the 19th.

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It’s kind of hard keeping up with all of the Harley Davidson and motorcycle events this spring and summer, but another one that has caught my eye happens on the 14th of March in Dixon California. The District Five annual river run sounds like it will be a blast, and you know the weather is going to be amazing for this and any other motorcycle events that are happening in California.

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The Mid-American Harley Davidson St. Patty’s Day event is close by, Columbia Missouri actually, and sounds like another awesome destination if you are hunting for motorcycle events. Sponsored by the Mid-American Harley Davidson shop, it’s going to be a party for sure.

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Arkansas has always been a great place to ride, and this spring certainly doesn’t disappoint with all kinds of motorcycle events happening in this great state. But honestly, there doesn’t have to be an event to go on a great ride in Arkansas.

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The Rural Arkansas Motorcycle Bliss is the perfect example of a motorcycle route that offers a nice relaxing ride through the farmland that is located between the White and Arkansas rivers. We like our hairpin curve rides, but this offers something a bit different. All you need is a free day and a picnic lunch and you are good to go.

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If you don’t want to pack a lunch, stop at Cotham’s Mercantile. This place is awesome and is a general store that has been turned into a burger place offering some of the best food in the state. Located in Little Rock, Cotham’s Mercantile was built in 1917 and not only served as store, but also as a military commissary for those who broke the law and were waiting to go to trail. In 1984, the restaurant was opened and was soon a huge hit as it was discovered by politicians such as Bill Clinton. In 1999 a new location was opened on the corner of 3rd and Victory.