More than 40,000 motorcycle riders will converge in northern Wisconsin this week for the 33rd Tomahawk Fall Ride. The event features four days of entertainment plus acts as fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). The Fall Ride is September 10-14th, 2014.
Live musical entertainment to be provided by Blackhawk, Oil Can Harry, The Outlaws, Head East, Tuck Pence, Spicy Tie and Vic Ferrari, to name a few. Additional entertainment includes 2015 Harley-Davidson demo rides, vendors, motorized barstool and lawn tractor races, fun run rides, sumo wrestling and roller derby.
Dairyland Cycle is a sponsor and will be giving away a commemorative Fall Ride t-shirt to those who support the MDA with a minimum $10 donation. MDA will be stationed at SARA Park, where all proceeds benefit the local MDA serving north central Wisconsin. MDA will also be selling raffle tickets to win a custom painted 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra or a weekend getaway.
In addition, Dairyland Cycle will sponsor Biker Billy's appearance at the event as he serves as the master of ceremonies at three entertainment stages on Friday and Saturday night. Biker Billy is a motorcycle enthusiast and cooking celebrity and has been featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Good Morning America and CNN. He also recently kicked off a collaboration with Dairyland Cycle, sharing his knowledge about bikes and food at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Click here for more information on the Fall Ride including camping and ticket information.
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