Each year, thousands of accidents occur on Michigan roads, many of them motorcycle related. In order to create awareness and spread the word of safety, riders will team up for a police escorted motorcycle ride beginning at Steve's Soul Food (1440 Franklin) in Detroit and ending at Big Buck Brewery (2550 Takata) in Auburn Hills where the rally will commence. Motorcyclist may start gathering at Steve's Soul Food at 10 a.m. and the ride will begin at 11 a.m.
Once the riders make it to Big Buck Brewery, beginning at 12 p.m., attendees may start enjoying the rally. For just 5 bucks per vehicle, attendees will enjoy delicious food, live music, clothing vendors, demonstrations and a performance by stunt rider Jason Britton as well as local motorcycle group, Team No Limit. The event is not exclusive to motorcycles, so four-wheeled vehicles are welcome to attend as well.
When the rally finishes up at 6 p.m., everyone can head on over to Boomer's Roadhouse in Waterford to finish off their evening. There will be a trophies awarded to riders who partake in the Dyno Shoot-Out as well as a competition for the "largest club attendance."
Whether you choose to follow the group over to Boomer's or not, attending the rally will help promote the use of helmets and safe riding for all Michigan motorcyclist. Again, the ride begins at 11 a.m. and ends at approximately 12 p.m. so if you're interested in registering for the ride please call rally organizer Joe Miller at 248-379-8327.