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First Weekend in May —  At the Red Horse Diner — 1518 University Way, Ellensburg, WA —  Rain or Shine

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Join us for the 6th Annual Show - May 2014

We're doing it again! 6th Annual Iron Horse Trail Motorcycle Show. May 3 and 4, 2014.

Iron Horse Trail Motorcycle Show - Saturday May 3 and Sunday May 4, 2014 - Red Horse Diner, Ellensburg, WA. Presented by Kittitas County Chapter, ABATE of Washington. 10 AM to 4 PM. 1518 University Way - Take exit 106 from I-90. Bike Show Competition fee: $10. Bikes, Food, Vendors, Trophies, Live Music. Saturday, May 3, Bike Run, Bike Games, & Live Music.

Portion of proceeds benefit Kittitas County Red Cross and FISH Community Food Bank. ABATE donated more than 75% of the profits from the 2011 and 2012 shows to Red Cross. In 2013, we added FISH as a beneficiary. Help us make another great donation!

Bring one can of food to the event! All food donations go families in our community.

Please support our show sponsors! We can't do it without their help.

2014 Show updates

Are you ready for another motorcycle show in Ellensburg? Are you ready to bring your gear and bike out from winter storage and ride?

Saturday Schedule

  • The Saturday run route map is available. Registration starts at 10 AM and closes at 1 PM. Ride at you own pace and choose your route - just make the required stops. The run starts at Red Horse and ends up back at Red Horse in time for bike games, awards, and live music. $10 fee for run participants. Bring 1 can of food to donate to FISH.
  • Live Music Sat7urday night at Red Horse Diner. Power House from Yakima starts playing at 7:30 PM.
  • Camping is available at KOA down the road about 1 mile. For more info, see Lodging.
  • Cedars Inn Motel is offering discounted rooms. For more info, see Lodging.
  • AA Express Taxi is offering rides in town. For more info, see Lodging.

Sunday Schedule

  • The Sunday show schedule and the site layout are also similar to last year. $10 fee for trophy competition bikes. Registration starts at 10 AM.
  • General admission is free, but please bring 1 can of food to donate to FISH.
  • Tenino Drill Team will perform Sunday at 2 PM.
  • We have Judges for the trophy categories. Best of Show trophy is still Peoples Choice - everyone can vote for their favorite bike.
  • Live Music Sunday with Mr. E starting about 11 AM.
  • For more schedule details, see the flyer.
  • Did we say it enough? Bring 1 can of food to donate to FISH.

May is Motorcycle Awareness Month

More event coverage is available from the News link.

Help us raise awareness of Motorcycles in Central Washington and raise money for our local Kittitas County Chapter of American Red Cross and FISH Community Food Bank.

Thanks for helping make the previous Shows a success!

We had a lot of fun Saturday & Sunday. The music was great. The Seattle Cossacks performance was unbelievable. The run, bike games, and trophy winners were happy. We had hundreds of bikes from all over the state, Idaho, and Oregon at the event. Attendance is estimated at 2600+ guests for the weekend.

More event coverage is available from theNewslink.

2013 Motorcycle Show.

2010 Saturday run, bike games, camping, and live music.

The first Annual Iron Horse Trail Red Horse to Wild Horse Biker Pentathlon on Saturday was exciting and windy. The 2010 IHTRHWHBP route included stops at:

For more information about the Saturday run, see these links:

2010 Sunday events included bike show, vendors, music, and the Seattle Cossacks.

  • The Grant's Girls dance team performed on stage in 2010. Sponsored by Grant's Pizza. (Grant's has closed, but we remember the fun times.)
  • Time Warp 3 and Mr. E rocked all day.

2010 Motorcycle Awareness Month

The Kittitas County Board of County Commissioners declared May as Motorcycle Awareness Month on April 6, 2010.

In addition, the Washington State House of Representatives passed House Resolution 4681 which declares the month of May as Motorcycle Awareness month. "A stronger emphasis on motorcycle safety and awareness will make our roads, streets, and highways safer for everyone."

2009 Video

Bruce posted a short video from the 2009 show to YouTube:

Last updated 4/25/2014     Copyright © 2010-2014  Kittitas County Chapter, ABATE of Washington