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Atlanticade Grand Prize

March 14, 2017
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As many of our readers will know by now, we here at Motorcycle Mojo are big supporters of the Atlanticade Motorcycle Festival, and as such, we’re always happy to pass on exciting announcements like this one . . .

There’s no doubt 2017 will be another fantastic year to be at Atlanticade, however this year’s event is adding a little something extra, courtesy of Atlantic Canada Kawasaki dealers; These fine powersports dealers have teamed up to offer a 2017 Vulcan 900 Classic LT motorcycle as a “grand prize” for one lucky registered participant.

All registered participants will be entered into the draw, which will take place on Saturday night in front of Moncton City Hall. Participants can pre-register on line or during the event. Basic registration is $10 per bike while VIP registration is $60 per single or $90 per couple. In fact, VIP participants will all receive additional ballots – six in total for singles and nine in total for couples.

“We are very excited that going into our 11th year, we can offer a new motorcycle as a grand prize draw to our participants” says festival chairman Dale Hicks. “We certainly appreciate the contribution of Atlantic Canada Kawasaki dealers in making this happen”.

Thousands of riding enthusiasts from across Canada and the United States are expected to descend on greater Moncton for the 11 th annual ATLANTICADE Motorcycle Festival slated for June 22 nd to 25th . The event kicks off on Thursday with guided tours, a poker run, and downtown street party in the evening in front of City Hall. Following opening day activities, the festival will partner up with RIBFEST for the weekend as Riverfront Park on Assumption Blvd becomes the focal point for both general public and motorcycle enthusiasts.

ATLANTICADE has a wide range of activities that occur over the four days. A full slate of activities can be found on the festival website at www.atlanticade.ca

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