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5th Annual Brewtown Rumble Vintage Motorcycle Show 2019

June 2 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Join us for the 5th Annual Brewtown Rumble Vintage Motorcycle Show.

Our show features a variety of vintage bikes predominantly 35 years old (1984) and older.

This year we will award two Best in Show trophies for Vintage Stock and Vintage Custom bikes as well as 10 trophies based on judges choice for “Outstanding” bikes in the show.

All entrants will receive some Brewtown Rumble swag and bikes selected by our judges will receive a hand-made, one-of-a-kind trophy made by local riders and artists.

Register early – It’s cheaper and spots are limited. Last year we sold out!

Here’s everything else you need to know:
-Entry fee: $15/per bike in advance through May 30 or $25/per bike the day of the event.
-Participating motorcycles must have three wheels or less and run on their own power.
-Show bikes must arrive between 9-1030 am and remain parked in the show area until the awards are announced at 3 pm.
-On-site registration the day of the Rumble is open from 9-10:30 AM or until the show spots fill up.
-All Proceeds from the Rumble support the BUILD Moto Mentor Program.

Sunday, June 2, 2019
Historic Walker’s Point Neighborhood
On South 5th Street from Virginia St to National Ave
in front of the new Fuel Cafe  @ 630 S 5th St.

The Brewtown Rumble is a ride-in vintage motorcycle show. It doesn’t matter the make, model or condition of the bike. It just matters that you ride it! Everyone is welcome – riders and motorcycle enthusiasts alike.
The Rumble also features live music, a pin-up show, vendors and food from some of Milwaukee’s best cafes, restaurants and food trucks.

Proceeds from the Rumble support the BUILD Moto Mentor Program. Come see the BUILD bikes in person, and participate in BUILD’s custom helmet and pinstriping raffle to support the program.


June 2
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Fuel Cafe
630 South 5th Street
Milwaukee, WI United States
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