Yesterday—the bikes, today—the rest of the fun.
Vendors included bike servicing (Duane stopped at the Dunlop booth to price a rear tire),
food—especially beer, of course,
and loads of booths with clothing, jewelry, and bike and personal accessories.
The official BikeFest tee included other colors and designs not featured here.. Duane opted for the gray one.
Warning to the parents of our next grandbaby—he or she will be wearing this
Some booths had definite opinions.
In all fairness, I looked and looked for Hillary’s booth, but I only saw this one t-shirt.
There’s always a discount section.
Also included in our day pass ($15) was entertainment. Two stages featured hard rock bands.
Just doin’ her job.
This sign was as entertaining as the riders.
Other stunts included one going around the sides while the other went top to bottom, and one with a bikinied girl in the middle while the two bikes were in motion. Other stunt riders were listed in the program, but weren’t performing while we were there.
This old car declared that it was “house broke’” and “constipated—can’t pass a thing”.
Lots of chrome on a car makes me drool.
Other fun activities at any biker rally include reading oddball signs
and people watching.
The best people watching was at the Freemont Street Experience, but that’s another story.
Louise and Duane