Saturday and Sunday, September 25 & 26, 1999
The Granary, Newport KY - Map
9 AM to ?, rain or shine
Check out dealers' displays including BMW, Ducati, Laverda, Moto Guzzi, Triumph along with several other manfacturers.
Check out The Granary building. Nearly a century old, the building is being refurbished to include a private bar for events, our burgeoning motorcycle poster collection, display gallery for bikes, machine and assembly shop for Motolight as well as other fabrication projects and offices throughout the 70 foot tower.
A classic and bikes of interest display. We are featuring some beautiful race bikes as well as several very rare vintage bikes. There were will also be some wonderfully crafted specials that will knock your socks off.
WOW has put together pictures at the Granary Meet! Benefiting the Komen Foundation, which funds breast cancer research and education, a photographer will be at The Granary both days taking digital photos. The attraction of digital photos is that they are available immediately so you take them home with you. Pictures are $10 apiece or 3 for $25. Get a picture with your riding buddies or just you and your trusty steed. It will be something you'll appreciate 10 years from now and benefits an important cause.
DYNO RUNS are back again. Chris from Pro Stock Performance will have their dyno at The Granary at least one day and maybe both depending upon their schedule. The dyno is still the only reliable way to test a bike for its performance and enable some methodical diagnosis. Several friends have gone to Pro Stock and been very happy with the dial-in done on their bikes. Pro Stock's number is 353-9112 and they are located on Harrison Ave. just a couple miles north of I-74 at the Harrison Rybolt exit #11.
Ride the fabulous roads of Northern Kentucky following our self-guided tour routes. Several of the rides include great little restaurants to make an enjoyable day of it.
Lunch and refreshments available both days. We do a meet poster every year and they are available for sale as well as Granary hats.
Hotels are readily available throughout the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati area.
Contact Chris Jacobs at (513) 721-2110, days, (513) 721-4624, evenings or email.