You may not know, but Jay Allen, owner of the legendary Broken Spoke Saloons spent part of his youth living for cheap in slave quarters on Espanade Street in New Orleans, and was a Lucky Dog Man on Bourbon and Toulouse streets in the French Quarter. Well, a good formation to learn how to party and entertain…So, if you are going to the Big Easy for New Orleans Bike Week (May 6-10th) don’t miss the giant 4 days party organized by Jay at his new Broken Spoke Saloon. It is located in an historic mill building across the street from the convention center and walking distance to the French Quarter. It encompasses 26,000 square feet and will provide the city wildest parties and entertainment since Mardi Gras.
The hottest bartenders in town, dozens of bands, Jay Lightning and his Wall Of Death, the Lucky Daredevil Thrill Show, the Budweiser Burnout Alley, and on Sunday May 10th a Bike Show hosted by the Cycle Source Magazine. This year, the Broken Spoke has been on tour with Easyriders Events and the New Orleans Easyriders Bike Show (May 7-9th) is setup just across the Broken Spoke inside the Morial Convention Center. An opportunity to admire centerfold custom bikes, get inspired for your next project, meet with their iconic builders and get photo opportunities with them. Jay Allen at the Broken Spoke, John Greene at the Easyriders Bike show and Chris Callen at Cycle Source Magazine invite you to join the party, rides and events to celebrate with them the birth of a yearly New Orleans tradition.