SIX BENDS HARLEY-DAVIDSON® HOSTS RIDE WITH ADAM SANDOVAL FROM SCOOTIN’ AMERICA TO BREAK WORLD RECORD, JAN. 23
Six Bends Harley-Davidson is teaming up with Adam Sandoval and his co-pilot pet Chihuahua, Scooter, from Scootin’ America in an attempt to break the record for the “Largest Parade of Harley-Davidson Motorcycles” on Saturday, Jan. 23.
Ride along with Six Bends Harley-Davidson, Adam and Scooter in an effort to earn a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. The current record stands at 2,404 Harley-Davidsons in a row and is held by Greece. It’s time to bring the world record back to the U.S. The ride will start at Germain Arena where participants will be greeted with a breakfast provided by Naples Harley-Davidson®. The ride will commence at 11 a.m. and end at Six Bends Harley-Davidson where participants are invited to enjoy a craft beer and food festival to celebrate. Admission to the craft beer and food festival is included in the cost of registration and all ride participants are encouraged to join in on the fun.
Participants can register for the ride at breaktherecord.eventbrite.com or by visiting the hospitality desk at Six Bends Harley-Davidson. In addition, last minute registration will be available on site at Germain Arena beginning at 8 a.m. the day of the ride. All proceeds raised will benefit the Scootin’ America Campaign and the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Foundation.
The craft beer and food festival will feature food trucks and craft beer from JJ Taylor and Fort Myers Brewery. The event will also include live performances from local artists Electric Lipstick and the 24 Carat Band. Attendees do not have to participate in the ride to attend this event. General admission is $15 per person and includes five tickets that can be redeemed for food and beverage purchases. Additionally, all proceeds raised will benefit the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
For more information about the ride, registration or event information contact Robin W. at email@example.com or by phone at (239) 275-4647.