For Immediate Release June 11, 2015
4th Annual Queen City Mods & Rockers Rally Rebrands
Rally rebrands with local Octoberfest theme; changes dates and announces venues
CINCINNATI — Motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts, after three years of growth, the Queen City Mods & Rockers Rally is changing its name to Motoberfest and moving to the first weekend of October. The Queen City Mods & Rockers Rally (http://queencitymodsvsrockers.com/) is normally held the first weekend in June, but is moving its event to later in the year to avoid competing with other summer events and to celebrate Cincinnati’s historic brewery heritage. Additionally, by hosting the event in the fall, this makes the rally the last rally of the riding season.
The Rally will feature live music, games, raffles, an auction of helmets designed by local artists, and the popular group ride occurring on Saturday, October 3rd. A large portion of the proceeds from the rally will benefit the LifeCenter organ donor network. The rally organizers are currently lining up sponsors and vendors for the event.
To kick things off, Motoberfest (http://MotoberFest.com) will host an urban ride and a meet-up event on Friday night at the historic Woodward Theater on Main Street in OTR. Riders then can start their Saturday morning with an informal meet-up and a cup of joe at Fuel Coffee Shop, followed by the main event—the group ride, which starts and ends at the Christian Moerlein Tap Room in OTR, with festivities taking the event into the evening hours.
For a detailed schedule of events, visit http://www.Motoberfest.com
Proceeds from this year’s rally will benefit the LifeCenter organ donor network, which encourages and coordinates the donation of human organs and tissues for transplantation. The Motoberfest Rally also encourages motorists of all kinds to register themselves as organ donors.
The Motoberfest Rally is a three-day event established to build community around regional motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. Organized by the Cincinnati Café Racer club, a local vintage and café racer motorcycle enthusiast group, and co-hosted by the Mighty Ohio Scooter club, enthusiasts bring out their most interesting rides, meet fellow riders, make new friends, and experience some great regional music and local art.
About The Hosts
This event is co-hosted by the Cincinnati Café Racer motorcycle club (http://www.cincinnaticaferacer.com), whose goal it is to build community around the café and vintage motorcycle culture, and elevate Cincinnati’s position in the national motorcycle scene. The event also is co-hosted by the Mighty Ohio scooter club (http://www.facebook.com/mightyohiosc).
Press kits, press passes, logos and images from past events available upon request.
Mods & Rockers Contact
Cincy Café Racer Inc.