With fall right around the corner, many vehicle events are starting to wind down. This past Friday evening, Tri-City Cycle held its final “Toy Night” for the season. Just as the name implies, Toy Night is an open invitation to bring your favorite car or motorcycle (a.k.a “toy”) out to Tri-City Cycle for a Friday evening Show‘n Shine and party, featuring live music, food and drinks.
With the recent devastating flooding along Colorado’s Front Range, Tri-City decided to make this final Toy Night for the season a fundraiser for flood victims, with all donations raised at the event going to the Flood Relief Fund. Along with donations for food and drink, Tri-City donated a new Kymco Agility 125 scooter that was auctioned off, with ticket sale proceeds going to the Flood Relief Fund.
There were some very impressive cars and bikes on display at this Toy Night show, including high-end exotics, classic sports cars and American muscle cars. There were also custom motorcycles on display. Check out the attached slide show to see some of these vehicles.
Tri-City Cycle is Colorado’s largest motorcycle warehouse. You can learn more about Tri-Dity Cycle by visiting their web site at: www.tricitycycle.com. You can also find Tri-City Cycle on Facebook . Call them at (970) 667-8697. Better yet, stop in and see their showroom, parts department and repair shop at 3675 Clydesdale Parkway in Loveland, Colorado.
Trivia Question: What American retail store sold both cars and motorcycles that could be ordered through its catalog sales department?
Answer to the last article’s Trivia Question: The Mercury Montclair was named after the upper class town of Montclair, New Jersey.
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