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How do you find information for local biker events?

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Find information for local biker events at your local motorcycle dealerships, biker clubs or through online biker event calendars. Many ride and rally coordinators submit event details to national motorcycle sites, such as MotorcycleEvents.com, Cyclefish.com or BornToRide.com, where you can search by date, location or the type of event.

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Many motorcycle and motor sports dealers maintain an event calendar on their websites. Some organize their own poker rides, rallies and customer appreciation events. Store managers are often a great resource to learn about upcoming local events. Look for event posters and fliers in your local dealership or around common biker hangouts.

Larger events, such as the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota or the Key West Poker Run in Florida, attract thousands of bikers from across the United States. They are advertised heavily online and through motorcycle dealerships and biker clubs. If there is a large annual biker event near you, there may be spin-off events in neighboring cities before, during or after the main event.

Some local and national events are sponsored by motorcycle manufacturers, such as Harley Davidson, Yamaha, Honda or Kawasaki. For example, Harley Davidson promotes H.O.G. Pin Stops and Rallies under the Events tab on the company website, located at Harley-Davidson.com. The company encourages H.O.G. owners and dealers to add their own events to the calendar.

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