No Bikes Required to Experience Vendor Village and All the Fun at the Boardwalk this Weekend!

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Presenters of the 19th Annual Leesburg Bikefest, will be bringing an awesome line up of Bikefest vendors to the Vendor Village at the Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island during the 2014 State H.O.G Rally! Vendor Village and all of the activities at the Boardwalk are free and open to the public, and no bike required!

In Conjunction with the 2014 Florida State H.O.G Rally the Vendor Village will be open from 9am until 6pm on Thursday, October 23 through Saturday, October 25. Leesburg Bikefest sponsors the Vendor Village, and everyone is invited to come see the vendors and enjoy a great weekend on the Emerald Coast.

No membership to Harley Owners Group or registration for the Rally is necessary to enjoy the Vendor Village along with the many other activities on the Boardwalk. Other activities taking place include Master Class and novice biker games, Drill Teams, and Cornhole Tournaments. A beverage station will be open and a local restaurant from the Boardwalk will be serving shrimp and fish tacos within the Vendor Village.

Some of the amazing Bikefest vendors who will be setting up for your shopping pleasure are Custom Lighting, Rumbling Pride, Cycle Solutions, Pitbull Motorcycle Lifts, Master Lugo, Howling Helmets. In addition, numerous vendors in such categories as jewelry repair, cigars, stainless steel jewelry, bling jewelry, purses, boots, clothing, pinstriping, motorcycle accessories, leathers and more will be open during the weekend.

The Boardwalk offers covered picnic areas, volleyball nets, public restrooms, outdoor showers, vast parking, eateries, shopping, and nightlife, so there is plenty to do all weekend! Bobby Friss Band will be performing at Harbor Walk on Friday, October 24 & Mustang Sally will be performing at The Swamp on Saturday, October 25th.

For additional details or a complete schedule of events taking place during the 2014 State H.O.G. Rally visit http://flstatehogrally.com

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