What is the Tomahawk Fall Ride?
The Tomahawk Fall Ride is an annual motorcycle rally in Tomahawk, WI. It’s a major fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and it draws more than 40,000 riders to Tomahawk each September. The event extends through most of the Tomahawk region and events are held at various venues and locations. See more information here.
When did the Fall Ride start?
The Fall Ride started in 1982, when a small group of friends organized a ride to take in the beautiful fall colors of Wisconsin’s Northwoods. The even has grown substantially since then and now attracts tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts to Tomahawk each year.
What are the dates for the 2019 Tomahawk Fall Ride?
September 12-15, 2019.
Where do the events take place?
Fall Ride events are held at SARA Park and throughout downtown Tomahawk those events are free for the public to attend, at Tomahawk’s Harley-Davidson facility on Somo Avenue, and at Nokomis Town Park where the annual Bubba’s Big Party and Camping take place, tickets can be purchased for that event in advanced at the Bubba’s website. A newer venue Bonnie & Clyde’s Gangster Park will be holding a fundraising music event called Country Rocks Autism in 2019. Many area establishments also host special live music events. See a schedule of events here.
I’m interested in being an exhibiting vendor at the event. What do I need to do?
Vendors looking for space at SARA Park should contact the MDA at (920) 499-4571. Vendors looking for space downtown or throughout the City of Tomahawk must secure that space with the individual business or property owner. Permits for vendor space can be obtained by contacting the Tomahawk Police Department (715) 453-2121. Vendors interested in booths at Bubba’s Big Party should contact them via their website.