MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) - Changes are coming next year to the popular Muskegon Bike Time.
Leaders of the annual motorcycle festival are eliminating Steel Horse Alley from the 2014 event. They will instead direct the event to the Hot Rod Harley Davidson property on Terrace Street.
After conducting a survey, organizers believe the area will appeal more to vendors and sponsors and reduce costs.
Bike Time board members had requested the use of the new downtown farmers market to create a space that was in a more concentrated area for vendors, but city leaders have not been able to commit to that.
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