NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS (KTRE) - The Oldest Town In Texas Motorcycle Rally is officially underway. More than 900 motorcycle enthusiasts have already pre registered. Traditionally at these kinds of events a like number shows up unregistered to have some fun.
There are cycles of every kind gathering at the Nacogdoches Expo. They'll take in the barbeque, dances, vendor shows and even a bikini bike washing, but "the ride" is why they really come. "As you go down the highway, you all become one," Jerry spreggins, said. "As you ride down the highway and you get that little signal from the biker that you meet you know that you're all one big family." spreggins is the president of a group for Christian motorcyclists.
The event is open to the public for an admission charge. If you want to see the bikes for free show up tomorrow at 11 a.m. in downtown Nacogdoches. There will be a parade of all the participants.
For a complete schedule of events go to www.ottrally.com Stay tuned to the East Texas News and ktre.com for more coverage of the exciting event.
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