Liberal to host largest motorcycle parade in its history PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 June 2010 09:42

Nearly 100 motorcycles are parked at the Seward County Activity Center Thursday afternoon for the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Kansas State HOG Rally. The rally will last until Saturday evening. Daily Leader photo/Robert Pierce

 

• Daily Leader staff report
Kansas State HOG Rally kicked off Thursday with events planned throughout Liberal and the surrounding areas.
The highlight for many of the participants and non-bikers alike will be the HOG Rally Parade, which will depart Liberal Harley Davidson at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The motorcycles will then travel southwest and west on Pancake Boulevard (U.S. Highway 54) to Kansas Avenue. The route will turn north and go to Fifteenth Street where it will turn west. The parade will then travel west to Stadium Avenue and turn south to the Seward County Activity Center, where there will be closing ceremonies and an evening of entertainment for all those registered for the event.
Organizers are expecting hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts, perhaps as many as 800 bikes – if not more.

 
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