Bike Nights are Back at the Iron Horse Hotel
Bike Nights runs through the start of September at the Iron Horse Hotel.
The Iron Horse Hotel (500 W. Florida St.) starts its engines as Bike Nights, sponsored by Steelhorse Law, return for the 2015 summer season beginning at 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 through September 3. Bike Nights are a weekly celebration of Milwaukee’s motorcycle culture where guests are invited to showcase their latest and greatest motorcycles and gear – from Ducati and BMW to vintage rides and choppers. Visitors and locals alike can return every Thursday to sip on popular beers from Milwaukee Brewing Company, while enjoying the summer breeze on the hotel’s renowned al fresco dining space, The Yard.
For the 2015 summer season, The Iron Horse Hotel partners with Steelhorse local community organizations to benefit charity causes. A sample of partnerships includes: The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life during the June 11 Triumph night; ABCD (After Breast Cancer Diagnosis) Organization for the July 2 Ladies’ Night – Stilettos on Steel; and Literacy Services of Wisconsin for the September 3 Bikes for Books night.
The following 2015 Bike Nights schedule features brands including:
June 11: Triumph
June 18: Chopper
June 25: Ducati
July 2: Ladies’ Night – Stilettos on Steel
July 9: Cook Customs
July 16: Vintage
July 23: Sport
July 30: Artist Bike Night
August 6: BMW
August 13: MV Augusta
August 20: Royal Enfield
August 27: BBC (British Bike Cooperative)
September 3: Bike for Books
Guest entry to Bike Nights is complimentary. Guests can purchase food and drink menu items at The Yard at their own cost. Bike Nights occur weekly beginning at 5 p.m. on Thursdays from June 11 through September 3. Attendees are encouraged to follow Bike Nights on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the suggested hashtag #BikeNights. For more information, please visit www.theironhorsehotel.com.
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