Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Oklahoma Bike Nights for 2010
We've started this list of bike nights happening around the state. If you know of a weekly bike night in your area let us know about it.
If you've never been to one of these events you know it's a great way to enjoy a Summer evening, kick tires and meet fellow riders. You might even win a door prize or get a freebie from the sponsoring establishment!
Heck, even if you don't ride it's fun to get out of the house and check out the machinery. We will update this page periodically as we collect more info- so check back often!
Mondays The folks at Freddie's Frozen Custard on 71st Street host a bike night every Monday beginning at 6:00 pm.
Wednesdays Joe's Crab Shack on 61st Street just west of Memorial hosts a bike night every Wednesday throughout the Spring and Summer. No cover charge for patio seating and live music.
Thursdays Cycle Gear is sponsoring a Thursday bike night that promises to confuse the heck out of us. Each week they plan to alternate between Hooters (71st & Memorial) and the Rose Bowl on Historic Route 66. It all kicks off April 8 at Hooters.
Wednesday Mooney's Pub & Grill in Norman has a bike night on Wednesdays. They're located on I-35 service road between South 19th and Indian Hills Road.
Another Wednesday option is Charley's Last Stand at 4415 SW 3rd.
Thursdays The Cross-Eyed Moose hosts what they declare to be the hottest bike night in Oklahoma City. Head down south on Western to find out for yourself.
Another contender is Fort Thunder Harley-Davidson. Check out their bike night every Thursday evening from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Fort Thunder is located just off I-35 at 500 SW 11th Street in Moore.
Also on Thursday evenings, the family-friendly bike nights sponsored by the Classic Motorcycle & Scooter Riders. These happen at various locations around the OKC metro area and welcome motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, trikes, etc.
But wait... there has to be more. Contact us with details!
It's a Travel Show
Two Wheel Oklahoma is a television travel show featuring the motorcycle rides of Brad Mathison and Rex Brown along the scenic highways and backroads of Oklahoma.
Each episode highlights a stretch of road or historic route and explores unique destinations along the way. Tune in three times a week on the Cox Channel.
We hope you'll come ride along.