Spring comes and to many riders that means riding season and bike nights, Riverside Harley-Davidson held it first bike night and the parking started getting full just after 5:00p.m. the lot was already full of motorcycles, about seventy were for sale under tents.
The selection consisted of Sportsters, VRods, Dynas, Softails and Touring models.
Food was available which were hamburgers for three dollars and hot dogs for two dollars.
The Harliss Sweetwater Band was providing the music, other entertainment included a Shoot –Out Challenge which was shooting a basketball into a basket and see how many baskets you could get in a two minute time limit. This was for a chance to win gift cards one for 100 dollars and one each for fifty and twenty-five dollars. Of Couse raffle tickets were being sold.
West Coast Thunder had a table set up so you could sign up for the big run in May. I learned from Sharon Bridges that two motorcycles will be raffled off, one is a new Harley-Davidson Street 750 and the other is a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Slim customized by Roland Sands Designs.
The beer garden got a steady business and people seemed to be enjoying the beer, band and nice weather.
While I was there two motorcycles got sold, you can tell because there is an announcement over the speakers, horns get honked and the music gets turned up.
Riverside Harley-Davidson has more events coming up for information go to: www.riversidehd.com
You can also sign for text message deals and announcement and get the enewsletter.
Information for West Coast Thunder: www.westcoastthunder.com