Motorcyclists throughout North American converge on Erie, PA in July for Roar on the Shore Bike Week. The event is scheduled for July 18 through July 22, 2018. More than 165,000 motorcyclists are expected to attend the 5-day event this year. Twelve scenic rides are planned for this year’s event, including a parade of motorcycles.
Riders and other motorcycle enthusiasts attending the event will enjoy a variety of activities in addition to the bike rides. During each night of Roar on the Shore, you can enjoy free concerts. In addition, you can enjoy thrilling stunt shows and meet celebrities. Raffles and other events are scheduled, and vendors will be on location showcasing the best in motorcycle gear.
This year, you can purchase a VIP Package that includes two tickets to the VIP Private Reception with Rick Harrison of Pawn Stars. Other benefits of the VIP Package include premium bike parking and parade spot, premium viewing passes for all headline concerts, and official Roar on the Shore gear. Roar on the Shore is one of the premier motorcycle events in Pennsylvania. You will not want to miss this year’s existing event.
Keep in mind that the Harley-Davidson of Erie Bikefest is scheduled for July 14 through July 22, 2018. You will not want to miss the events scheduled for the H-D Bikefest either. You can see an entire list of the scheduled events on the H-D of Erie website.
Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Erie, PA
The entire staff of The Travis Law Firm hopes everyone has a safe and exciting week at this year’s Roar on the Shore. However, if you are involved in a motorcycle accident while attending the event, it can be difficult to know what you need to do, especially if you are not from Pennsylvania. As with any motorcycle accident, you need to report the crash to the local police by calling 911. If you need medical treatment, you can visit Saint Vincent Hospital at 232 West 25th Street in Erie or UPMC Hamot hospital at 201 State Street in Erie. We also have several urgent care facilities throughout Erie too.
Because you are out of town, you may need a local attorney to assist you with filing an accident claim. Our Erie motorcycle accident attorney has extensive experience handling motorcycle accident claims. We can take care of every aspect of the claims process for you so that you do not need to worry about how you will file a claim to receive compensation for the damages to your motorcycle, your medical bills, and other out-of-pocket expenses related to the accident. You are also entitled to seek compensation for pain and suffering damages under Pennsylvania’s personal injury laws.