Friday, October 3, 2014

Hundreds of Bikes To Thunder Into Palm Springs
For American Heat Motorcycle Rally
   Hundreds of motorcycles will thunder into Palm Springs Oct. 10-12 for American Heat® Motorcycle Rally on Palm Canyon Drive to enjoy live music, amazing bikes and vendor booths filled with great buys.  
   American Heat® Palm Springs Motorcycle Rally is open to all motorcycles.  
   The unmistakable rumble of bikes can be heard throughout town during this event.
   That sound literally draws local spectator's downtown to check out amazingmotorcycles on display, slow bike races, food and cold beverages, free live entertainment and vendors selling all things motorcycle.
VIP Participants
   Motorcycle participants who pay a $50 fee receive an official American Heat® t-shirt, a ride pin and secured bike parking throughout the event. They enjoy VIP parties and they can participate in Ride-in Shows throughout the weekend, go on a poker run produced by the Christian Motorcyclists Association and compete in slow bike races.
   VIP registration will be located at the Village Green, on S. Palm Canyon between Arenas and Baristo across the street from Las Casuelas Mexican Restaurant.
American Heat® Palm Springs Motorcycle Rally provides non-stop live
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music from a variety of regional bands including; Lucky Tongue, Alyce Bowie, Coachella Valley Boys and Girls Club Jazz & Show Band (Heatwave), and Soul Connection.
                                  Presented and Sponsored
   American Heat® Palm Springs Motorcycle Rally is presented by the City of Palm Springs and the Palm Springs Hospitality Association and sponsored by Law Tigers. It is produced by Roadshows®, Inc. producer of some of the largest motorcycle events in the nation.
Event Hours & Location
   Palm Springs American Heat® Motorcycle Rally is located right on Palm Canyon Drive between Amado and Baristo. It runs Fri., Oct., 10 from Noon to 9 p.m. Sat., Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sun., Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
   Church services on Sunday are open to everyone at the main stage from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.  

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