If you’re the kind of person who yearns to take to the open highways on two wheels, you won’t want to miss what’s on at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum this weekend. The annual Motorcycle Ride to Reynolds, presented by Honda Canada Inc. returns this Saturday, Aug. 18. All brands, dealership clubs, riding clubs, riding club members and owners from across the province are invited to join in for this day dedicated to the motorcycle. If you ride up on a motorcycle, you get in for free!
You won’t want to miss some of the exciting events taking place this year. Like what, you might ask? Well, how about Honda Canada’s surprise unveiling of a NEW Honda motorcycle model! Customers have been asking for a new model for years, and its going to be revealed at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum! Once you’re done checking that out, be sure to grab a selfie hanging upside down on Honda’s special moto-cross display bike.
Want to test drive a new Harley Davidson? Heritage Harley Davidson offers test rides with the “Test Our Metal Demo Ride Experience.” Register the day of the event at the test ride semi-trailer.
And of course, you’ll want to see the amazing demonstrations being put on by organizers and sponsors, like the famous monkey bikes by the Edmonton Shriners Motor Corp Unit, trail riding by the Moto Trials Group of Alberta and a motorcycle slow race by the Alberta Motorcycle Safety Society.
Check out the vintage motorcycles from the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group, and then stop by the City of Wetaskiwin booth to see what else is happening in Wetaskiwin, or learn the ins and outs of driving a Model T!
So come and hang around, check out the bikes, grab a bite to eat and listen to live music by Dead End Drive. It will be a great day!
Don’t forget, all those riding in on a motorcycle receive free admission. Special allocated parking is provided.
Owned and operated by Alberta Culture and Tourism, the Reynolds-Alberta Museum is located two kilometres west of Wetaskiwin on Highway 13 (6426 – 40 Avenue) and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $13 for adults, $9 for youth ages 7 to 17, $35 for families (two adults and their children ages 7 to 17) and $11 for seniors. Children six and under are admitted free.
For more information visit ReynoldsMuseum.ca or call 780-312-2065 (dial 310-0000 for toll-free access within Alberta).
See you all Saturday, August 18!