Reader’s Ride-In Show Ready To Roll

August 5, 2019 | By Mike Seate

New Attractions At 2019 Bike Show

Come Sunday, August 11, the rolling hills of Sewickley will fill with the sounds of classic and custom motorcycles as our 12th Annual Cafe Racer Reader’s Ride-In Show gets underway. Team CRM has been working overtime to make this yearly celebration of all things fast, loud and shiny a memorable one. So when the doors swing open at 10 a.m., there’s going to be plenty to see and do including:

Demo Bike Rides from Royal Enfield featuring the Himalayan adventure bike and the new 650cc twins. Sign-ups begin at 10 sharp, so don’t miss this chance to ride the most talked about factory cafes of 2019.

Fish and Chips supplied by Piper’s Pub of Pittsburgh. Barring a journey across the Atlantic, this is the most authentic and tasty British food around.

Used classic motorcycles for sale courtesy of Butler, PA.’s Cycle Warehouse. From vintage Britbikes and classic Japanese and American machines, Cycle Warehouse stocks a bike and restoration project for every taste.

Riding gear and accessories from Buffalo New York’s City Limit Moto From the latest riding jackets in leather and textiles, to hip helmets, boots and gloves, City Limit has you covered.

A display of one-off cafe racer creations from Adam Bowser’s Moto PGH. Adam’s shop has, to date, designed and built over 100 fast, functional street customs, some of which will be available for sale at the show.

Newly opened Pitt Cycles, the area’s only KTM and Indian Motorcycles dealer will be on hand with Indian’s Sport Scout bobber and the much-anticipated Indian FTR 1200 street tracker

West Hills Honda, the region’s only powerhouse all-Honda dealership will display Big Red’s 2019 models including the retro cafe racer CB650.

Look for a display of new, 2019 Royal Enfield and Triumph streetbikes from Tarentum’s Gatto Cycle, who offers new and pre-owned machines from all the top brands.

Roll-On Cycles of Oakdale will offer a fest for the eyes with a booth detailing their latest custom paint for two-wheelers.

Bridgeside Deli of Sewickley will help get your morning revved up and running with a cup of dark roast Italian coffee and fresh food supplied all day.

Blooms Cigars of the South Side, the city’s oldest and best-stocked smoke shop will be on site offering the finest hand-rolled cigars from around the world.

And, if that’s not enough, we’re offering Limited Free Car and Truck Parking in the YMCA lot adjacent to War Memorial park. There’s a limited number of spaces available, so get there early.

And as always, no firearms, alcohol or gang insignia are allowed inside the venue.

Let’s look forward to a safe, fun riding day of classic motorbikes and good times.