Bikes, bikes everywhere!
That is once I found it. I try to be fair, but…a few directions on the website would have been nice. Maybe some signs. I don’t know about you but I just love getting lost in city traffic in stop light hell.
Once there, plenty of food, drinks and biker life style is all there. I checked out the biker clothing and jewelry, even bought myself a new doo rag, a few flags and shirts. I was rather impressed with the prices. Often enough at event, prices are through the roof, but not here. They were very reasonable.
I visited a few venders. Allstate Insurance was on hand with a motorcycle simulator.
I spoke with Robbie, the manger of MonsterBrite of Atlanta, GA. They have been installing lights for 7 years and travel to 22-25 ralleys a year. Each work is a bit custom and they make all the lights themselves.
This bike is almost done.
So many venders there, so I can’t thank them all, but will give a shout out to Ergo Audio Unlimited of Union Town, PA. They front Rockford Fosgate Audio for bikes and where on hand to do installs.
A special thanks to the Erie Police on hand to serve and protect. Officer Michali, a 5 year veteran of the Erie Police, makes a commanding presence on a 103 powered 2009 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Standard.
With live bands, bikes, shopping and food, the Roar on the Shore is just a crowd pleaser. I had a blast, and look forward to next years event.