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Why We Ride presents The Pagoda Show

Park in the shadow of the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway Pagoda at this year’s Red Bull Indianapolis GP. This is an exclusive offer for 200 fans to park and show their motorcycle at the center of Pagoda Plaza. Register Your Motorcycle Today

Details:

- $25 per motorcycle (this is NOT a MotoGP entry ticket)

- Premium parking inside the plaza in front of the Indy Pagoda for both Saturday and Sunday of the GP weekend

- Participant goodie bag

- Pic and post a shot of your bike in the shadow of the Indy Pagoda
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- Entry into the Pagoda Park & Show in one of the following classes:

  • 1949 and older
  • The 50’s (1950-1959)
  • The 60’s (you get the idea)
  • The 70’s
  • The 80’s
  • The 90’s
  • The 00’s
  • The 10’s

- Editors from Cycle World, Motorcyclist and Sport Rider will select the motorcycles they feel best exemplify each of the classes as well as an overall Best of Show.

- This is limited to 200 fans, and the tickets are available only until August 1st

Register Your Motorcycle Today

Why We Ride presents The Pagoda Show Schedule:

Once you have pre-purchased your Pagoda Show parking pass, you have three chances to check in. Check-in available Thursday evening, Friday and Saturday ONLY!

Thursday, August 7, 2014
Join Why We Ride, Cycle World, Motorcyclist, and Sport Rider at the Moon Dog Tavern for food, refreshment, and moto-fellowship. This bike night is open to all fans with your chance to meet the creators of Why We Ride and some of the Cycle World, Motorcyclist, and Sport Rider staff. You will have an opportunity to check in for the Why We Ride Pagoda Show and receive your parking pass and motorcycle ID tag that will be used for judging identification. You’ll also receive your goodie bag!

Friday, August 8, 2014
Check-in from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the check-in table located just outside of the Pagoda Plaza on 6th Street inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Enjoy your VIP parking in the Pagoda Plaza. Take an amazing photo of your motorcycle with the Pagoda in the background at our special photo location.

Saturday, August 9, 2014
Check-in from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the check-in table located just outside of the Pagoda Plaza on 6th Street inside the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Enjoy your VIP parking in the Pagoda Plaza. Take an amazing photo of your motorcycle with the Pagoda in the background at our special photo location.

On Sunday, August 10, 2014
Follow Speedway staff instruction for parking at the Pagoda. Have your motorcycles parked by 10 a.m. to allow time for final judging. Be at the plaza at 1 p.m. for award ceremony.
 

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