While technically two separate events, Rebel Road and Bike Time will take place simultaneously and both welcome bikers to downtown Muskegon.
Rebel Road is primarily located on West Western Avenue, while Bike Time will take place at the Hot Rod Harley Davidson dealership, 149 Shoreline Drive. The two events are within walking distance of each other.
Bike Time’s return to downtown Muskegon means that the overall weekend will look similar to years prior to 2015, which is when Bike Time relocated to Fruitport for a two-year stint. Rebel Road was first held on West Western Avenue in 2015.
With Bike Time about to hold its 11th annual event and Rebel Road preparing for its third annual event, the weekend is sure to be a biker’s paradise.
“The Harley lot will be an important stop off for all Rebel Road visitors in between live bands and the eight blocks of bikes and displays (on Western Avenue),” said Kyleen Gee, executive director of Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County, which organizes and benefits from Rebel Road.
Bike Time will focus on “motorcycle enthusiasts” with bike manufacturers, parts and accessories displays, said Tim Lipan, Bike Time spokesperson.
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