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Old 09-10-2015, 01:54 AM   #1
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Cruising the Hot Bike Tour: Day One

The Hot Bike Tour rolled into Spirit Lake, Iowa bringing the thunder along with it. We had a bit of bad weather unfortunately on day one, but everyone hung around and it turned out to be a great kick off to the tour.

A sea of fully-customized to moderately-touched motorcycles spread across the venue as far as the eye could see. We had live music blasting from the main stage as everyone drooled over the Baggers invitational Bike Build-Off entrants; with John Shope ultimately taking the majority vote to get the trophy for day one.

Four more days of voting will determine the official winner of the Baggers Invitational Build-Off of the Hot Bike Tour. Tomorrow we head to Mitchell, SD for day two, where we will be at the legendary Corn Palace for another night of friends, fun, and crazy antics.

If you missed today's festivities, be sure to meet up with us tomorrow! We have only just begun...




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