Muskegon Bike Time Back for 2016 and Celebrating 10th Anniversary

“Bike Time at the Rez to feature free admission, cruising lanes for motorcycles, and lots of parking and camping on the festival grounds.

MUSKEGON, Mich., April 19, 2016 – Muskegon Bike Time is back again for 2016 and celebrating its 10th Anniversary.  That’s 10 years of great bikes, great rides and great memories.  The event this year will be held July 14th through the 17th.

Muskegon Bike Time happens all along the West Michigan lakeshore and will include all of the amazing things visitors are accustomed to, as well as, lots of new changes designed especially for the Biker.

The focal point of Bike Time activities will be at Bike Time at the Rez, 4800 S. Harvey Street, Muskegon MI, on the site formerly known as Great Lakes Downs.

Admission is free to the event site where you can experience Bike Time on your bike as you cruise through the new Bike Time at the Rez location. You can also park your ride near your favorite vendor or beverage tent and enjoy the other bikes and bikers in a festive atmosphere.

Plenty of free parking for motorcycles and those visiting by automobile will be available on site at the Rez.

This year, Bike Time will provide camping sites at the Rez for rent. The overnight camping opportunities will be for RV’s, travel trailers, motor homes, fifth wheels and pop- up campers.  Porta Johns, water for filling internal tanks and sanitary pump outs will also be available for a small fee. There will be no tent camping or electricity.

In addition to these upgrades, there will be the usual activities that have attracted motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the Midwest for the past 10 years.  Attendees will be able to enjoy the great bikes, spectacular rides, stunt shows, contests, live music and the friendly people of West Michigan.

Muskegon Bike Time and the Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County have been meeting regularly to coordinate activities and events and deliver another great year of fun, food and all things motorcycles.

“Over the years, Muskegon Bike Time has been an economic boon to hotels, restaurants, bars, gas stations, local retailers and other local tourist attractions”, said Tim Lipan, spokesperson for Muskegon Bike Time. “The event provides an economic impact of over $30 million yearly to the local economy and showcases all we have to offer in Muskegon and along the lakeshore.”

Muskegon Bike Time will soon release information on its mainstage concerts, ticket prices and availability.

Click here to view the 2016 Event Layout.

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