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WestWorld in Scottsdale.SCOTTSDALE – Arizona Bike Week, one of America’s largest motorcycle rallies, will attract well over 100,000 bikers to the greater Phoenix area this year. This epic gathering of the riding community will be celebrated April 2-6, 2014 at WestWorld in Scottsdale.

Arizona Bike Week, supported by numerous Valley businesses and national brands, has for the first time in its history secured presenting sponsors. This year Harley-Davidson of Scottsdale and Go AZ Motorcycles, owned by Valley entrepreneur and motorcycle aficionado Bob Parsons, will back the state’s most anticipated motorcycle event.  READ ON

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TRAINTrain, the GRAMMY award-winning trio, will headline the Buffalo Chip Music Festival on Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014. Festival guests can expect to hear well-known Train hit songs like “Hey, Soul Sister,” “Drive By,” “Drops of Jupiter,” “Marry Me,” “50 Ways to Say Goodbye,” “Meet Virginia,” “Calling All Angels” and “Save Me, San Francisco.” READ ON 


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Make plans to join KTM staff and enthusiasts for the 11th Annual KTM Adventure Rider Rally in scenic Taos, NM on September 19-21, 2014.

The KTM Adventure Rider Rally provides riders of all skill levels an opportunity to ride with and learn from adventurers from all over the world. The KTM Adventure Rider Rally is designed for KTM 640, 690, 950, 990 and 1190 Adventure and Enduro owners but is open to all brands of street-legal motorcycles.  READ ON

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 With motorcycles of all kinds and colors lining the main drag Saturday during the 10th Annual DeLand Bike Rally, it could have been easy to miss some of the real treasures that make it to Bike Week.  READ ON

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. —  In Daytona Beach and other areas ofVolusia County, bikers will find a "no colors" sign on most bars, restaurants and saloons. The signs are the owners' way of cutting down on motorcycle clubs and tension inside their establishments, but some clubs aren't happy with being left out.

"You know, it seems like they've hung up these signs in the '80s and kind of left them there," said Bobby Colella of the Bikers for Christ Motorcycle Club. READ ON