Bordertown Biker Bash 2019 HUndreds of Motorcycles invade Amherst

The roar of motorcycle engines filled the air in the Town of Amherst over the July 12-14 weekend as the fifth annual Bordertown Biker Bash invaded the Canadian Tire Parking lot, where vendors, entertainment and assorted foods awaited visitors. Here's a pictorial look at the weekend.

Motorcyclists began showing up on July 12, many, like these waiting bikers, took part Bordertown Toys for Tots ride despite the rain.
The rain didn't stop a crowd of about 200 from watching members of the Hub City Stunt Riders performed on Friday evening.
The stunts performed by the Hub City Stunt Riders enthralled the audience.
On Saturday, Mike Johnson addressed the nearly 200 motorcyclists who gathered to participate in the Tim Hortons Blitz the Bridge 2019 Defenders Poker Run for Champs.
The riders slowly left the paddock just around 1 p.m.
Within minutes, the rally participants were roaring down the road.
Those that didn't participate in the ride, enjoyed a variety of entertainment.
Others enjoyed the variety of food that was offered.
The vendors and displays of bikes also proved popular with the crowd.
On Saturday, members of the Pure Adrenaline Stunt Rides popped a couple of warm-up wheelies, had a little chat, then ......
... took to the air, performing many different stunts while flying high above the crowd.
The stunts had the audience cheering wildly.
But it was this flip that had folks talking.
The event ended on Sunday with a blessing of the bikes and a rolling church ride. Here's a few pictures of folks enjoying the Bordertown Biker Bash.


Tom McCoag / Town of Amherst

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