101 WRIF-FM Holds First Biker Bash

December 25, 2014

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At the DTE Energy Music Theatre on July 19, 101 WRIF-FM hosted the first annual Biker Bash along with ABC Harley-Davidson and Made In Detroit.

The morning kicked off with a Charity Ride to Biker Bash with the proceeds benefitting Ted Nugent’s Kamp for Kids and Freedom’s Angels.

Biker Bash winner MitchOnce at the party, there was live music, a vendor village, a dunk tank, mechanical bull, food and drinks. Then that night, Ted Nugent took the stage inside the amphitheater to rock for his hometown.

But it isn’t a Riff party if it is not over the top. So for five weeks leading up to the Biker Bash, listeners had their shot to score one of 101 keys that could unlock a 2014 Dyna Low Rider Harley. Biker Bash RidersAnd this wasn’t just a standard motorcycle … this one was customized and autographed by Detroit’s own Kid Rock.

All of the key winners arrived at the party to see who would unlock the one-of-a-kind Harley-Davidson. After many keys were tried, Riff listener Mitch’s key popped the lock and he was the new owner of a Kid Rock-autographed Harley!