’20th Century Motorcycle Attraction’ is a success
Clarann Stocker, chairman of the 18th Annual Main Street Memories Car Show, organized the first ever 20th Century Motorcycle Attraction along with help from Rejeana Ebert and Joe Frigo on Saturday, May 26.
Despite rain, the event attracted entries from the greater Tomahawk area as well as from Minnesota. This year there was no entry fee, and motorcycles were judged by spans of decades by motorcycle enthusiasts who served as judges – Steve Gregoire, Tim Glaeser and Craig Wagner. Non profits, TAIF (Tomahawk Area Inter Faith) and The Lions offered concessions while participants talked shop.
Top placing trophy winners were Glen Hanneman from Tomahawk, with his 1970 650cc Bonneville; 2nd place went to Dik and Matt Robertson, also of Tomahawk, with their 1999 650cc Yamaha; and then 3rd place went to Ron Spargo of Victoria, Minn., for his 1962 Triump 3TA. Additional winners in other categories were awarded.
The event is produced by Tomahawk Main Street To inquire about entering the Motorcycle Attraction as a participant or vendor for next year, call (715) 453-4085.