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Saturday, September 19th, 2015
Kentucky Kickdown Motorcycle Show (3rd Annual) | 9:00am - 10:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, Vintage Motorcycle, kick down, kentucky kick down, monkey wrench, barret barKentucky Kickdown Motorcycle Show (3rd Annual) - The mission of the Kentucky Kick Down is to gather vintage two-wheeled enthusiasts as a community to celebrate, educate and further bike culture.
Kentucky Kick Down is a vintage motorcycle show that is open to all makes of bikes that are twenty-five years and older. Admission is $5.00 for adults. Children 12 and under are free and must be accompanied by an adult. Motorcycles of all makes and years are absolutely welcome, but show judging will be limited to vintage motorcycles only. There will be motorcyle parking for non-show bikes this year for $15 which includes your admission to the show. The event will also include an art show featuring local and regional artist, live music, vendors, a pool tournament, plus plenty of local food and drink. It will take place at the Monkey Wrench and Barret Bar, with part of Barret Avenue closed for the event.
Scott Shuffit & Scott Halbleib
Scott Shuffitt - Founder of Lebowski Fest, the traveling fan festival that pays homage to the famous 1998 Coen Brothers film, The Big Lebowski. During his eleven years at Lebowski Fest, Scott hosted over seventy events in the US and even two in the UK. Scott is also the founder of the Beatersville Car and Bike Show, a pre-1968 traditional rod and custom show that has grown from a hometown favorite to a regional must do event.
Scott Halbleib - Member and Administrator of Louisville Vintage Motorworks, a group of over 700 members that strives to keep the vintage motorcycle culture and machines rolling. He has attended shows around the country including Mods vs. Rockers Chicago, Indy Rockers Reunion, Mid-Ohio Vintage Bike Days, The One Show in Portland and Austin, and Barber Motorsports Vintage Festival. In addition to being an avid motorcycle enthusiast of all varieties, he is also a custom builder.
Barret Bar, 1012 Barret Avenue. The Barret Bar is a large pool hall with full bar and kitchen, and an amazing patio. They will provide food and drink along with hosting the art show, pool tournament and various bands throughout the day.
Monkey Wrench - 1025 Barret Avenue. As well as being a home base for the Kentucky Kick Down booth, The Monkey Wrench is also a full service bar and restaurant with a corner parking lot and a great roof deck. They will also be host to the art show and various bands.
Learn more at our website
Contact: Scott Halbleib. Phone: 502.435.0429. firstname.lastname@example.org
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