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Thunder on the Smoky Motorcycle Rally

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Event# 785-546-2449

Event Details

Experience a motorcycle rally with bike show, swap meet, vendors, and motorcycle museum display. Biker breakfast, entertainment, vendors, and races. 10,000 plus people expected. 8am-8pm.

Thunder on the Smoky Motorcycle Rally

Address : 120 N Washington Marquette KS
Phone : 785-546-2449   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : marquette@ks-usa.net

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Admission Fee : Free

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