BikeFest continues in Chatham today

Brian Bedard, left,  of Sarnia, Ont., and Toni Martin, an organizer of BikeFest CK, are pictured with this 2016 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special, valued at more than $  34,000 that Bedard won in a contest by KABF Radio in Arkansas. Bedard has put more than 16,000 kilometers on the motorcycle since putting it on the road this past April and he definitely wanted to show it off at BikeFest CK, which continues until 11 p.m. at Tecumseh Park in Chatham, Ont. on Saturday August 26, 2017. Ellwood Shreve/Chatham Daily News/Postmedia Network

Brian Bedard, left, of Sarnia, Ont., and Toni Martin, an organizer of BikeFest CK, are pictured with this 2016 Harley Davidson Street Glide Special, valued at more than $ 34,000 that Bedard won in a contest by KABF Radio in Arkansas. Bedard has put more than 16,000 kilometers on the motorcycle since putting it on the road this past April and he definitely wanted to show it off at BikeFest CK, which continues until 11 p.m. at Tecumseh Park in Chatham, Ont. on Saturday August 26, 2017. Ellwood Shreve/Chatham Daily News/Postmedia Network

Hundreds of motorcycles are on display in downtown Chatham leading into Tecumseh Park where BikeFest CK continues until 11 p.m.
Several performers will be taking the stage of the Kiwanis Bandshell and many vendors as well as a beer garden are also featured at the event.
A highlight will be the raffle of a 2017 Fatboy Harley Davidson at 7 p.m.
There will is also a 50/50 draw taking place. Tickets are $ 20 one or $ 30 for two.
The annual event is a fundraiser for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Chatham-Kent.

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