On June 25 – 26, Eurobike Raleigh, the Southeast’s largest gathering of European and Euro-inspired motorcycles, will celebrate its seventh anniversary. A family-friendly event, Eurobike will be hosted in Raleigh’s Historic City Market. Originally planned for April 2-3, the event date was changed to June due to city planning issues.
For two days, attendees can check out motorcycles from Aprilia, BMW, BSA, Ducati, Moto Guzzi, MV Agusta, Norton, Triumph, and more, and meet regional amateur and professional bike builders and customizers. Along with a European-only bike show, the event will also feature scooters and cafe racers from around the world. There will also be a participant-judged bike show, tech talks, raffle, vendor booths, food trucks, and opportunities to meet amateur and pro bike racers and motorcycle industry insiders.
The event is free for the public and all proceeds from vendor fees, bike show registration costs, and raffle ticket sales will benefit BikersDown.org, a non-profit established in 2011 to assist motorcycle accident victims who have been injured in an accident while riding responsibly.
Whether entering their bikes in the show or not, all motorcyclists—regardless of their machines’ countries of origin—are encouraged to ride to the event to support the love of motorcycling.
Check out this video from Greg’s Garage to learn more:
For registration and further info, go to www.eurobikeraleigh.com
Photography: Eurobike Raleigh
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