Submitted by Mark Plackett

Bikers at the Beach, July 27, 28, & 29 starts out at the Ocean Shores Convention center and then spreads throughout all of Grays Harbor County. You can already see a preliminary schedule, including some of the bands scheduled, at the Bikers at the Beach website.

For many of the businesses and organizations, the “motorcycle” weekend at Ocean Shores is one of the most profitable of the summer season. This year we are introducing a way for businesses and groups throughout Grays Harbor County to increase the fun and increase your profits at the same time.

Bikers at the Beach introduces the GREAT CHALLENGE. This activity is designed to bring visitors to all surrounding Grays Harbor communities and show motorcyclists what we have to offer here during their visit to the coast. This activity will be available to any and all skill level of riders. It is an activity that gives the motorcyclist multiple options along with their choice of being competitive or just for fun. The start of this game style activity will be at the Ocean Shores Convention Center where Motorcyclists register to participate. This activity will consist of multiple Challenge Stops to win points. At registration, each participant will receive a Challenge card. Along with the card will be a list of all the Challenge Stops, Stop schedules and the maximum points available at each Stop. To attract the motorcyclists to the farther Stops from the start, those businesses will offer more points. Example, Each Ocean Shores stop will offer up to 10 points and Westport stops will offer up to 30 points each with Aberdeen area stops at 20 points max.

The Great Challenge begins on July 26 and runs for four days. Challenge stops give your business or organization time to introduce you and your services to new customers. If you are interested in becoming a Challenge Stop sponsor call 800-336-6028 or send or email to to receive more information.

Save the dates for Bikers at the Beach and remember you can be part of the fun!

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