Regional Motorcycle Events (September Edition)

Side X Side Roundup Sept. 4-6 in Huntsville, Tenn. at Brimstone Recreation [2860 Baker Highway, Huntsville, Tenn.]. A gathering of several thousand bikers, ATV enthusiasts, and outdoor recreation lovers with 200 miles of riding trails and many events to choose from, including kid-friendly choices. Live music by John Anderson. Call 1-800-BRIMSTONE or: 423-663-HUNT (4868) for details, or visit www.sidexsideroundup.com.

Bost Harley-Davidson Open House, Sept. 5: demo rides and free food. (4600 Delaware Ave., Nashville) Call 615-297-7500 or visit www.bosthd.com for info.

Bumpas Harley-Davidson Springfield Weekend Trip, Sept. 5-6. Call dealership at 615-849-8025 or visit www.bumpusharleymurfreesboro.com for more info.

Hawg Holler Fall Biker’s Bash, Sept. 10-14, in Atwood, Tenn. Come join the fun on this 127 acre out in the country biker friendly park located in West Tennessee. Shady camp grounds with paved roads and how showers. Live bands and stage contests. Bike show, poker run, games, great food vendors, and cold beer sold on site. Must be 21 to attend. $30 per person-$30 support vehicle charge. Visit www.hawgholler.net.

A.B.A.T.E. Smith/Wilson Charter Bike Rodeo at A.J.’s Bar and Grill; gates open 6 p.m. Friday Sept. 11. Camping, entertainment, great food, and cold beer. $10 person/$15 couple. Between Lebanon and Carthage, TN (8283 Hwy. 70 N). Call 615-948-9241 for more details.

Cherokee Survivors 2009 Motorcycle Rally & Concert, Sept. 11-13, Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds [545 Tsali Blvd., Cherokee, N.C.]. Featuring the bands Motörhead, Reverend Horton Heat, Big Engine, Drivin ‘n’ Cryin’, as well as the Miss Cherokee Survivor Contest. For complete details and vendor registration visit www.cherokeerally.com or call Laverne or Susan at (865)977-5858.

The Wheels Through Time Museum, Maggie Valley, N.C. Sept. 11-13, Sept. 18-20, Oct. 16-8. See “The Museum That Runs” for Wheels Through Time’s first opening in September. Tour the museum with new and returning faces alike for this special weekend opening. Many new machines will be on display and demonstrations of many of the rarest motorcycles in existence will be held regularly throughout the weekend.

Jake Logue Memorial Ride, Sept. 12, at Sullivan South High School [1236 Moreland Dr., Kingsport, TN 37663]. Registration: 9 a.m./Ride at 10 a.m. In Memory of Sullivan South Football Player, Jake Logue. Donations will be used to set up a Scholarship Fund to honor Jake. $10 donation is requested per rider. Food and Door Prizes at The Shack (at the end of the ride). All Motorcycles Welcome. Call Jeff McKee (323-5092) or Todd Carter (239-0117) for more details

CMA Mid-South Motorcycle Fall Festival, Sept. 12. Cordova, Tenn. $15 ride+lunch, $10 ride only, $6 lunch only. Live concert at noon with DeGarmo & Key. Call Roadrunner at 901-288-5297 or Sarge at 901-870-0763.

9th Annual Weasels Booze Cruise, Sept. 17-19 at Bikini Beach Bar [Nashville]. For more info, call 615-831-1370 or visit www.mcboozecruize.com.

The Maggie Valley Fall Rally, Sept. 18 & 19 in Maggie Valley, N.C. (3374 Soco Rd., Maggie Valley, N.C.). Presented by the Carolina Harley-Davidson Dealers’ Association. Gates open from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. both days. Admission $10, good for both days. Events such as bike shows and concerts all weekend: various admission fees for selected events. Visit www.chdda.com/events/frally.html for more info.

Redneck Rumble Deluxe IV Show & Swap Meet, Sept 18-19. Live music, tons of bikes, awards. Show admission: $10, $25 to show vehicle. James E. Ward Agricultural Center, Lebanon, Tenn. Call 615-364-1828 or visit www.BothBarrelsPromotions.com for details.

5th Annual Quake Lake Motorcycle benefit, Sept. 18-20. Downtown Samburg, Tenn. Live entertainment, games, prizes. To Benefit Life Beat Pregnancy & Family Center. Registration 4 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. Saturday. $25/rider, $15/passenger. For more info call Nancy at 731-253-9064 or Maryann at 731-253-0206. E-mail quakelake@yahoo.com.

Tennessee District Picnic, Sept. 19, at Tims Ford State Park [Winchester, Tenn.]. There will be a boat launch, fishing, snack bar, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, softball, biking and hiking on paved trails, as well as RV and tent camping, games, and food. For more information about this event, please visit www.tngwrra.org or contact Julie at 865-774-7740.

A Hit for MDA, Sept. 19. Concert, silent auction, bike show and ride. Concert: $5, Bike ride+concert+show entry: $25/rider, $10/passenger. Ride leaves Harley-Davidson of Columbia [1616 Harley Davidson Blvd. Columbia, 931-540-0099] at 1 p.m. with registration from 10 a.m. to noon. Event begins at 10 a.m. and silent auction starts at 11 a.m. Contact Sandra Davis at 615-971-0972.

METN C.O.P.S., (Concerns of Police Survivors) 4th Annual Memorial Ride, Sept. 19; Registration 9 a.m. at Harley-Davidson of Columbia, Tenn. [1616 Harley Davidson Blvd. Columbia, 931-540-0099] at 11 a.m. E-mail tadilworthy@yahoo.com or call 931-801-8587.

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