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GREENVILLE, Ky. (7/15/13) – Year number five of The Greenville Fire Department's (GFD) Friday Bike Night continued on July 12th as the GFD hosted another perfect night of revved up motorcycles, good old southern rock from the Mason Dixon Band and the Volunteer Firemen cranking up the grills for a night of ribeye sandwiches, and a host of other tasty treats.

Attendees were able to get a close-up look at some of the most powerful and awesome looking cycles on earth, along with classic cars, hot rods and cycles that were the envy of everyone in sight from Appleton Harley Davidsons from Clarksville.
 
Judges for the night had a hard job, picking between world class cycles, but at the end of the night the American Bike of the Night winners were Robert and Karon Brown's 2012 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra.
 
The Foreign Bike of the Night trophy went to Doug and Crystal Bush's 2002 Suzuki Volusia Intruder.
 
The next Friday Bike Night will be on July 26, featuring round two of the "Battle of the Bands". The winner of that competition moves to the August 23rd finals. The August finale winner will win a grand prize of $1000.00.
 
For more information call GFD at 270-338-3305.

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Paul McRee
SurfKY News

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