AUGUST 19, 2007 - 3rd ANNUAL GASTOWN MOTORCYCLE SHOW N' SHINE
It's time to mark your calendars for the biggest motorcycle event the streets of Vancouver have ever seen! On Sunday, August 19, 2007, the B.C. Coalition of Motorcyclists will be closing down Water Street between Carrall and Richards and Gastown will once again become a “motorcycles only” zone for the 3rd Annual Gastown ALL MAKE Motorcycle Show & Shine, Vancouver’s largest free motorcycle show. Last year thousands of people came out to enjoy this huge celebration of motorcycling. Make sure you don't miss it!
Come check out the show n' shine with over 250 motorcycles on display, including everything from choppers, vintage bikes, sport bikes (European, Japanese, American), fat boys, softtails, rat bikes, touring bikes, sidecars, drag bikes, cruisers, scooters and more. The show will also feature manufacturer displays by several of the major manufacturers, fashion shows, a live band and much more! All of this will take place in a gorgeous setting on the cobble stone streets of historic Gastown.
“The B.C. Coalition of Motorcyclists is proud to be involved in the biggest motorcycling event in Vancouver,” says Adele Tompkins, Executive Director, BCCOM. “There was a tremendous response to the previous two shows, and we expect this year’s to be bigger and better than ever. These events serve to facilitate public awareness and a better understanding of motorcycling.”
Don’t miss the opportunity to show your bike off to thousands of people! Limited space is available so pre-registration is recommended. If you enter your bike by July 20th registration is only $10.00. All entries received after July 20th are $20.00. Proceeds from bike entries support the B.C. Coalition of Motorcyclists, a motorcycle advocacy group.
During the show motorcyclists will have access to FREE parking along portions of Cambie, Abbott and Alexander Streets.
More information and a bike entry form can be found here: http://www.bccom-bc.com/gastown_2006/index.html or by calling (604) 580-0111 or 1-877-580-0111.