Another Rally season is over for me and although I did not get to all the maritime rallies, I had fun at the ones I attended. I really enjoyed showing my old/new work and chatting with all those that came over to see us.
This year I set up at the Cape Breton Bike Rally (long weekend of August), Shediac Bike Rally (end of July) and the Wharf Rat Rally (long weekend of September).
Overall the rallies had nice weather but each had their moments.
Weather was nice at the Cape Breton Rally but the wind and rain forecast on the last day, pretty much closed it quicker than normal.
Weather in Shediac was nice but rain on the last day of the Shediac Bike Rally put an end to the bike games and final parade.
Digbys unusual cold evenings this year put a damper on the Wharf Rat evening festivities. The die hards were out enjoying the bands and walking around but it didn’t take long for the streets to clear out. We can’t complain about the days though, They were nice.
All rallies had plenty of scenic rides and a good variety of vendors. All the committees did a good job with their respective rallies and they were very fun.
All the rallies had great live music from country to rock and enough nice bikes there to make any biker drool.
All the rallies are in very scenic areas of the Maritime’s and the riding is spectacular. If you haven’t been to any of them it is worth the trip to see some of the east coasts most beautiful sites.
We would have liked to be busier at a few rallies but it gave us a great chance to talk to people about our work and Kustom work.
I always enjoy talking to people about Kustom paint and bikes.
It’s hard to believe that this Rally season is over, we had the chance to talk to a lot of people. I have started booking my winter projects and look forward to next years Rally season. Give us a shout if you have any questions.