Las Vegas Bikefest Opens Registrations and Hotel Reservations

The 12th Annual Bikefest is set for September 27-30, 2012 and all those intending to participate can now register and make their hotel reservations. Enthusiasts and fans can purchase Ultimate and Party Passes at early bird prices” says Mindi Cherry, Las Vegas BikeFest organizer. For $30 everything is included: entry all weekend into the Vendor Village, an event t-shirt, ride pin, free shuttle from Fremont Street to the Vendor Village, music and more. This year, Las Vegas Bikefest added additional events such as a Thursday Poker Walk in the Vendor Village at Cashman Center. Those planning to participate in one of the Poker Runs, the Friday Poker Walk or entering a bike in the Custom Bike Show, an Ultimate Pass will get you all of it.

In addition, hotel reservations for the official Las Vegas BikeFest hotels are now open, including the Golden Nugget Las Vegas, the Headquarter Hotel.  Other participating hotels include The D (formerly Fitzgeralds), Four Queens, Golden Gate, Plaza and Vegas Club.  Each hotel offers Las Vegas BikeFest attendees special amenities along with convenient access to the famous Fremont Street Experience, which will have activities throughout the weekend.  “Rooms at the popular hotels will fill up quickly”, commented Cherry.

Las Vegas BikeFest 2012 will be held September 27- 30, 2012 at the  Cashman Center, 850 Las Vegas Blvd. North, Las Vegas, NV 89101, as well as returning its headquarters to the Golden Nugget on the world-famous and wildly popular Fremont Street Experience.  More information regarding vendor space or event registration can be found at Las Vegas Bikefest or by calling 1-866 -BIKEFEST(1-866-245-3337

3 Responses to “Las Vegas Bikefest Opens Registrations and Hotel Reservations”

  1. 1 Ray Apr 6th, 2012 at 9:51 am

    Like this event. lots of things to do…It’s Vegas.

  2. 2 Wiz Apr 11th, 2012 at 5:05 am

    Another bunch ‘o’ idiots that think all being a “Biker” entails is BooBs ‘n Booze! Sad, really. Wiz

  3. 3 Stony Jun 20th, 2012 at 11:18 pm

    Hey Wiz….It’s clear your not a biker. Riding with your buds across country, camping out, partying with your fellow bikers, checking out the chicks and cracking open a few cans of brew is what its all about. Life is constant work and we all need a break from time to time…..And Vegas is the place to let it all hang out.

    Lighten up man! have some harmless fun. You will live longer!!!

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