(BOWLING GREEN, KY--August 8, 2013) The Inaugural HOT BIKE Power Tour™ presented by GEICO Motorcycle and co-presented by Official Oil AMSOIL has chosen Bowling Green, Kentucky as its’ third stop on Monday, August 26, 2013 to be held at the National Corvette Museum for the first ever magazine tour to cruise five cites in five days.
The inaugural ride will merge motorcycle enthusiasts and industry leaders to celebrate the open road as the pages of HOT BIKE magazine come to life as the tour cruises from city to city. This historic ride will be the ultimate steel horse cavalry of motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the nation to sightsee, explore, and show off their creations as they stop along the tour.
The 2013 tour will kick start in Little Rock, Arkansas and then wind its way from August 24 to August 29 up to the Midwest with the grand finale stop in Racine, Wisconsin. Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts are expected to converge during each stop for a special one-night display and entertainment as they travel across the country.
Bowling Green was chosen to host the Hot Bike Power Tour™ due to the success from hosting the Hot Rod Power Tour&rreg;, the car version and Hot Bike’s sister publication Hot Rod Magazine, as well as for the amount of serious motorcycle owners and enthusiasts in the state of Kentucky.
“We anticipate that Bowling Green will be filled with motorcyclists ready to boost the local economy; and our hotels, restaurants, and retail locations will be ready to welcome them,” commented Vicki Fitch for the Bowling Green Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. “In 2010 we hosted The Hot Rod Power Tour. It was amazing and we are fortunate to be part of the very first Hot Bike Power Tour. Being able to have this tour stop is an honor.”
All makes and models of bikes will be allowed to participate and pre-registration is only $50. All registration fees are for the bike and driver and include entry for all the prizes and give-a-ways. Throughout the tour, motorcycle owners will be able to pick up and take off from any city following fellow motorcyclists to the final destination.
Participants can join the tour for one day or as many days as they can. Spectators are free.
Call 1-877-413-6515 or visit http://www.hotbikeweb.com for details.
Hotel information can be found online at http://www.hotels4bikers.com
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