Kentucky Kick Down Draws Cyclists from across U.S.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (September 18, 2019) –Louisville welcomes the seventh annual Kentucky Kick Down September 20-22 as the city has become the place to be for motorcyclists rolling in from all over the country.

Kentucky Kick Down takes place at Louisville Turners bringing three days of motorcycles, music, camping, swimming, vendors, bowling, burn outs, mud drags, charity ride and food trucks. The vintage motorcycle festival takes place on a 13-acre riverside complex that offers camping and RV/camper accommodations.

Friday evening will have live music to entertain riders and vendors while Saturday’s activities consist of a vintage bike show, ten local and regional bands, multiple vendors, the Miss Kentucky Kick Down contest, mud drags, swimming, burn out pit, stunt show, bowling alley and food trucks. Sunday morning starts with a charity ride benefiting The Arrow Fund, with the full show running from 10am-6pm.

Motorcycles of all makes and years are welcome to the event, although show judging will be limited to vintage motorcycles only (25 years and older). For motorcycle enthusiasts, a variety of motorcycles will be on-site including old school choppers, bobbers, café racers, meticulous restorations and race bikes.

Friday hours are 4pm-12am with Saturday and Sunday both days starting at 10am. Saturday will conclude at 2am while Sunday will end at 6pm. One-day admission ticket pricing is $20 with a weekend admission at $30.

Please visit http://kentuckykickdown.com/tickets.html to purchase tickets.

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