Bike The Beach

September 2-5 Biloxi, MS Labor Day Weekend Bike the Beach 2016, set to be the largest bike event ever hosted on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. To be held labor day weekend 2016, Bike the Beach will be an event to celebrate bikers and fans of everything on 2 (or 3) wheels. Whether one rides a cruiser, a classic, a custom, a street bike, a spyder, dirt bike, scooter or simply a good ole bicycle,? Bike the Beach invites bikers, biker clubs, rider groups and biker fans from across the South East, and around the Country, to come together for a weekend celebration on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Bike the Beach 2016 will be a benefit event, with a portion of proceeds raised going to benefit Make-A-Wish Mississippi. Kick Off Party FREE EVENT The Doc Bar & Grill Friday 9/2/16 6pm-10pm. Saturday 9/3/16 Bike Central Block Party 10am-3pm MGM Park (Caillavet, Howard & Hwy 90, Biloxi, MS.) FREE EVENT All day festivities – Bike displays, food vendors, beverage vendors, LIVE MUSIC. Official Bike The Beach Poker Run Kick-Off 10:00am. Main event Sat. 3 6pm-10pm MGM Park special guest Paul Jr. from the hit reality TV show American Choppers, on field bike display. Live in Concert Derek Norsworthy also Adam Doleac performing on the American Star Sound Stage! Free Event for registered bikers. $10 general admission. 10 & under free. Sunday Pub Crawl on Government Street, Ocean Springs 1pm-7pm. Monday Sept 5 FREE EVENT – Back Bay BBQ BASH (BBQ Competition $250 Cash Prize – register your team) Pointe Cadet Pavillion 1pm-6pm. Music – Food – Family Entertainment. MS. Bike The Beach presented by National Model Search FINAL ROUND! (Red, White & Blue Attire) All registered bikers will receive an official Bike the Beach T-Shirt, the Official Bike The Beach helmet sticker to display during the weekend, and a Bike The Beach event wristband for entry into all official Bike The Beach sanctioned events. Please see the official events schedule for more information on all the weekends activities. REGISTER TODAY! WE’LL SEE YOU AT BIKE CENTRAL!  Web Site


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